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Parish Clerks Hall - third

Parish Clerks Hall - third Parish Clerks Hall - third
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On this site from 1671 until it was destroyed by fire in 1940 stood the Third Hall of the Parish Clerks Company.
The Corporation of the City of London

Site: Parish Clerks Hall - third (1 memorial)

EC2, Wood Street

The Hall was in Silver Street, which exists no more. it ran just south of London Wall, between Wood Street and Noble Street.

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Parish Clerks Hall - third

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