Kote - Kyrune Lane

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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Henry A Harben

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1918

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'Kote - Kyrune Lane', A Dictionary of London (1918). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=63194 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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Kote

Houses, rents and a shop called "kote," in parish of St. Margaret Patyns belonging to Paul le Potter, 1311 (Ct. H.W. I. 225).

A "cote" in "Catholicon Anglicum"="parva domus." "Coote" in "Promptorium parvulorum"="lyttell howse."

No later mention.

Kynges-Aleye

On the east side of Coleman Street (S. 286).

The tenements of William Kyng in parish of St. Stephen de Colmanstrete were called "le Kynges-aleye," 1394 (Ct. H.W. II. 312).

Not further identified.

Kyngesditch

A messuage in parish of St. Andrew of Holeburne within the Bar formerly belonging to Wm. de Welleburne, canon of St. Paul's, in width between land of Robert, cook, and land of John de Kyrkeby, and in length from the highway to the ditch called "Kynges-ditch," 56 H. III. (Hust. Roll 4, No. 138).

"ad Fossatum domini regis," 10 Ed. II. (ib. 45, No. 142).

Kyngeslane

Lands and tenements within the parish of St. Peter the Less in Themsestrete between the lane called "Fressh fissh-lane" and a lane called "Kyngeslane" otherwise "Arouneslane," 1449 (Ct. H.W. II. 517).

Qy.= Kingesgate (q.v.).

See Arouneslane.

Kyron, Kyroun Lane

See Carey Lane.

Kyrune Lane

See Maiden Lane.