Churchyard Court


Churchyard Court
   East out of Inner Temple Lane. On the north side of the Temple Church, in Farringdon Ward Without (L.C.C. List, 1912).
   Goldsmith's grave is on the north side.
   First mention: Lond. Guide, 1758.
   The Chambers were erected in 1608 against the church, but pulled down when Goldsmith Building was erected (Middle Temple Records, p. 33).
   Now called Goldsmith Buildings (q.v.).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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