(Abbot of) Malmesbury Inn

(Abbot of) Malmesbury Inn
   On the south side of Holborn, where Furnival Street now stands.
   Grant by Thos. Coubrigge and Wm. Camme to the Abbot of Malmesbury of 3 messuages, curtilage and appurtenances in parish of St. Andrew Holbourne, formerly of Thomas de Lyncolne, 43 Ed. III. (Cott. MS. Faust. B. VIII. f. 163b.).
   Inn called "Lyncolnesynne," in parish of St. Andrew in Holbourne assigned to chapel of St. Mary in the church of the Abbey of Malmesbury-the Abbot to have the use of his new inn newly built when in London, 1380 (ib. f. 192).
   In an ancient Deed in the Record Office relating to the possessions of the Abbot and Convent of Malmesbury granted to Thomas Dalton, 17 H. VIII. the inn or hospicium in London is described as "Bere aley" or "Castell Aleye," the old names of "Castle Street" or "Furnival Street" (Anc. Deed, L. 131).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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