- In the parish of St. Benet, in the ward of Baynardescastell, I Ed. IV. 1462 (Cal. P.R. Ed. IV. 1461-7, p. 103)."Newe Inne alias Beaumontes Inne," 1475 (Cal. Ch. I. p.m. IV. 322).In Thames Street at the south-eastern end. Edward IV. gave it to Wm. Hastings, Lord Chamberlaine. Now called Huntingdon House, as belonging to the Earls of Huntingdon (S. 366). Castle Baynard Ward begins here in the east (ib. 364).Next to Paul's Wharf (S. 366).Named after the family of Beaumont, to whom it had belonged.See New Inn3, Castle Baynard Ward.
A Dictionary of London. Henry A Harben. 1918.
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