Building    From 1667  To 11/5/1941

Lamb Building

Categories: Law

Just to the south-east of Temple Church, it stood on the original burial ground of the Knights Templar. Rebuilt in 1667 after the Great Fire. Destroyed by enemy action 11th May 1941. The name "Lamb Building" was reused for the rebuilt Elm Court Building.

The picture shows the building before and after receiving the attentions of the enemy. The picture source website traces the history of the lamb of Lamb Building.

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Lamb Building

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Lamb Building

Lamb Building stood here. Built in 1667, destroyed by enemy action 11th May ...

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William Lambard

William Lambard

Antiquarian, lawyer, politician and writer. His name was also spelt Lambarde. Born London, he studied law at Lincoln's Inn, wrote the 'Perambulation of Kent', (the first English county history) and...

Person, History, Law, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Alexander Russell Downer, KBE

Sir Alexander Russell Downer, KBE

High Commissioner for Australia 1964-72.  Known as Alick and not to be confused with his son, Alexander John Gosse Downer (b.1951) who was also High Commissioner from 2014 to 2018. Our Picture Sou...

Person, Armed Forces, Law, Politics & Administration, Australia

1 memorial
Imperial Society of Knights Bachelor

Imperial Society of Knights Bachelor

An exclusive club which only knights can join.  Founded in 1908 to enable a joint opposition to the Walker Trustees who were enforcing their entitlement to collect monies from newly created Knights...

Group, Community / Clubs, Law, Tourism / Traditions

1 memorial
Sir William Gascoigne

Sir William Gascoigne

Chief Justice of England during the reign of Henry IV.  Born Yorkshire.

Person, Law

1 memorial
Sir John Fielding

Sir John Fielding

Magistrate. Probably born in Blenheim Street, St James's. Lived in Bow Street. Blinded aged 19 in a navy accident. 14 years younger than his half-brother Henry Fielding, he followed in his footstep...

Person, Law

1 memorial