Person    | Male  Died 21/4/1580

William Lambe

1569-1570 Master of the Clothworkers' Company. Three wives but childless which allowed for his philanthropy. 1564-1577 he financed the rebuilding of the Holborn Conduit which, until its demolition in 1746, supplied water to the City from a spring near what is now Lamb's Conduit Street.

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William Lambe

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All Hallows tower and Lambe's Chapel

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William Lambe - EC2

{Between two emblems of the Clothworkers' Company:} 8 - 10 Moorgate This land...

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William Lambe

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Lambs Conduit pump

Lambs Conduit the property of the City of London this pump is erected for the...

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