Aernselde (or Berneselde)

   A tenement so called in possession of William de Wynton in parish of St. Peter de Wodestrete in Westchepe, 1349 (Ct. H.W. I.555).
   In 1380 it was in possession of Richard de Kyllyngworth (ib. II.216).
   Not further identified. See article on "Selds."

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Selds —    Stow describes them as sheds or shops, but Riley thinks he is in error in thus describing them.    He says there seems to be every reason to conclude from various passages in the City records that these selds were extensive warehouses, similar …   Dictionary of London

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