Lambe's Chapel, London Genealogy
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Lamb's Chapel is situated in a court at the northwest corner of Monkwell Street, and was found in the reign of Edward I. At the dissolution of religious houses, Henry VIII granted it to William Lambe, a rich citizen and clothworker, who bequeathed it in 1568, with other property, to the Clothworkers Company, of which he was a member. It has been recently rebuilt with a row of alms houses by the company.
[Adapted from: Topographical Dictionary of London by James Elmes; published 1831]