(St.) Ann's Lane
- West out of Foster Lane to St. Martin's le Grand, in Aldersgate Ward Within (O.S. 1880).First mention: Temp. Queen Elizabeth (Proc. in Chancery, II. 151).Now called Gresham Street (q.v.).Named after the church of St. Anne.
A Dictionary of London. Henry A Harben. 1918.
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