Billiter Court

   1) North-west out of Billiter Square (O.S. 1880).
   It seems to be shown in Rocque, 1746, but not named.
   Site now occupied by Fenchurch Avenue (q.v.).
   2) See Billet Court.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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