Stodum Brldge - Stoples

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Henry A Harben, 'Stodum Brldge - Stoples', in A Dictionary of London( London, 1918), British History Online [accessed 15 July 2024].

Henry A Harben, 'Stodum Brldge - Stoples', in A Dictionary of London( London, 1918), British History Online, accessed July 15, 2024,

Henry A Harben. "Stodum Brldge - Stoples". A Dictionary of London. (London, 1918), , British History Online. Web. 15 July 2024.

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Stodum Brldge

A stone house called" Solda de Winton" juxta" Stodium Bridge in Arches Lane over Walbrook water (S. 244).

Perhaps named after Sir John Stodie, who had property in the neighbourhood.

Not further identified.

The house was probably Winchester Seld (q.v.).

See Vintners' Hall.

Stodyes Lane

See Little Cheapside and Vintners' Hall.

Stoke's Court

East out of Fetter Lane at No.64 and north into Holborn (P.O. Directory).

Formerly called: " King's Head Court" (q.v.).

Name changed 1909.

Strype says it was at one time called " White Horse Alley," and it is so named in O. and M. 1677.

It is interesting to note that the " White Hart " public-house adjoins the Court in Fetter Lane at the present time.


See Stocks Market.

Stone Court

East out of Gutter Lane, in Farringdon Ward Within (O. and M. 1677-Strype, 1720 and 1755).

"Stone Cutter Court" in Dodsley, 1761.

The site has been rebuilt for offices and business houses.

Stone Court

East out of Fetter Lane in Farringdon Ward Without, against Bond Stables (Hatton, 1708-Strype, ed. 1720, I. iii. 282-Boyle, 1799).

Site has been rebuilt.

Stone Court

East out of Aldersgate Street, in Aldersgate Ward Without, south of Falcon Street (O. and M. I 677-Boyle, 1799).

Perhaps so named as being built of stone instead of timber.

Stone Cross in Cheap

Hugh of the Stone Cross in the Ward of Chepe is mentioned in 10 Ed. I. 1282 in Cal. L. Bk. B. p.13.

In a note to the entry Sharpe identifies it with the Broken Cross near the north door of St. Paul's, erected temp. H. III.

This name was applied later to the Great Cross in Cheap.

Stone Cutter's Yard

West out of Poor Jewry Lane. In Aldgate Ward (Rocque, 1746-Boyle, 1799), west of Northumberland Alley. Site now occupied by warehouses.

Stone Cutters' Yard

South out of Half Moon Alley, in Bishopsgate Ward Without (Strype, ed. 1720, I. ii. 108).

The site is now occupied by Liverpool Street Station and the railway lines.

Stone Rente

A tenement so called in parish of St. Laurence Jewry, 20 Rich. II. 1397 (Cal. P.R. Rich. II. 1396-9, p.92).

Not further identified.

Stone Wharf

Messuage and wharf called " Stonwharf" in parish of All Hallows de Berkingecherche, 1304 (Ct. H.W. I. 163).

Facing the Thames, 1312 (R. Mem. p.95).

"le Stonwharf" mentioned in delivery of Infangethef, I Ed. III. (Cal. L. Bk. E. p.278).

Not further identified.

See Stonegate.

Stonecutter Court

See Stone Court.

Stonecutter Street

West out of Farringdon Street, at No.73, to Shoe Lane (P.O. Directory).

First mention : " Stonecutters Street " (Strype, ed. 1720 and 1755).

Stonecutters' Alley

See Little Bridge Street.


A quay facing the Thames, 1312 (L. Bk. D. fol. cxlij., quoted in Riley's Mem. p.95).

See Stone Wharf.

Stoney Lane

West out of Middlesex Street, at No. 71, to Houndsditch (P.O. Directory).

Earliest mention Strype, ed. 1720.

In the later maps, as Horwood, etc., the part into Houndsditch was occupied by Cock and Hoop Yard, which was removed for the extension of Stoney Lane into Houndsditch in July, 1899 (L.C.C. List of Streets, 1912).

Stonhous (le)

Adjoining Andovrefeld in parish of St. John Walbrook, 9 Ed. II. (Anc. Deeds, C. 586).

No later mention.

Stonwharf (le.)

See Stone Wharf.


See Stulps.