The Boar's Head, Thames Street

The Boar's Head, Thames Street
   House called the Boar's Head in Billingsgate Ward came into the King's hands under the Statute for abolishing chantries, etc., and sold by him (Ed. VI.) (Strype, ed. 1720, I. ii. 168).
   Rent charge issuing out of the Boar's Head in or near Thames Street granted 1618 for the poor of the parish of St. Mary at Hill. Now forms part of the site of the new Coal Exchange (q.v.) (End. Ch. 1902, p. 4).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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