- London Wall
- See Wall of London.
A Dictionary of London. Henry A Harben. 1918.
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London Wall, Street — West from Old Broad Street to Cripplegate (P.O. Directory). A street on the line of the old Wall of London (q.v.). In Broad Street Ward, Bassishaw Ward, Coleman Street Ward and Cripplegate Ward Within. First mention of the street : In… … Dictionary of London
London Wall Avenue — Out of London Wall at No. 31 (P.O. Directory). First mention: L.C.C. List, 1901 … Dictionary of London
London Wall Buildings — On the north side of London Wall, at Blomfield Street. In Coleman Street Ward (P.O. Directory). First mention: L.C.C. List, 1912 … Dictionary of London
(St.) Alphage London Wall — On the south side of London Wall at No. 13. In Cripplegate Ward Within. The church stood originally on the north side, adjoining the Wall of London. Earliest mention found in records : St. Elfego, c. 1108 25 (Anc. Deeds, A. 7309). The … Dictionary of London
All Hallows, London Wall — On the north side of London Wall at No. 85 (P.O. Directory). In Broad Street Ward. Parish extends into Aldgate and Bishopsgate Within Wards. Earliest mention found in records : Temp. H. I. (Strype, I ii. p. 5) included in grant to Holy… … Dictionary of London
Bear Alley, London Wall — Out of London Wall, in parish of All Hallows, London Wall (P.C. 1732 Boyle, 1799). Called in P.C. Survey, 1732, Cock or Bear Alley. Not named in the maps … Dictionary of London
Ball Alley, London Wall — South out of London Wall. In Broad Street Ward (O. and M. 1677 Boyle, 1799). First mention: In Wardmote Inquest of Broad Street Ward in All Hallows Parish, 15 H. VIII. 1523 (L. and P. H. VIII. Dom. S. III. Pt. 2, p. 1515). Site now… … Dictionary of London
Conduit at London Wall — In London Wall by Moorgate opposite the northern end of Coleman Street, erected 1517 at the charges of Thomas Exmew, goldsmith (S. 18, 287 and 530). Not shown in the maps … Dictionary of London