Plaque

Staple Inn

Inscription

{Inscribed on the right-hand wall of the passage from High Holborn into the court:}
Original building erected 1545 - 1589 by Vincent Enghame and Another. The rear elevation was cased in brick 1826. The front after various alterations was restored to its original design in 1886. The entire building was reconstructed in 1937, the old front being retained.

The building was also restored after World War II damage. There can't be much of the original left.

Site: Staple Inn (1 memorial)

WC2, High Holborn

Excellent post about this building at Medieval London.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Staple Inn

Subjects commemorated i

Staple Inn

The last surviving Inn of Chancery. Attached to Gray's Inn. Things changed ...

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Vincent Enghame

Built, with another, Staple Inn in 545 - 1589.

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