Allhallows, Honey Lane. A small parish church in the Ward of Cheap, destroyed in the Great Fire, and not rebuilt. It stood on the site of Honey-lane Market.

“I find that John Norman, draper, Mayor 1453, was buried there … This John Norman was the first Mayor that was rowed to Westminster by water, fore before that they rode on horseback.” – Stow, pp. 102, 192.

Source: A Handbook for London, Past and Present. Peter Cunningham. Published by John Murray 1849.

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