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From: Anne Peat <>
Subject: Re: [Lon] All Hallows Street
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 17:41:26 +0000
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The church of All Hallows is next to the Tower of London, and was an
area of the City of London. It would have been close to the river side.
The street does not seem to exist in the 19th century maps of London.
Perhaps it disappeared in the Great Fire?

HTH
Anne
On 15 Nov 2005, at 17:13, jtopp wrote:

> Can some kind soul tell me where ALL HALLOWS STREET was located in
> London?
>
> My 10th g-grandfather died there in his home (?) on April 5, 1596, his
> name was John TOPP and he was from Stockton Wilts. and very big in the
> wool and clothing industry. The parish record in Stockton, Wilt.,
> where he was buried, listed place of death as ALL HALLOWS STREET in
> London at his "Property there". The records further indicate that his
> body was transported back to Stockton, some 96 miles away from London
> to be buried. Very unusual for the times I must agree, but he was a
> wealthy man.
>
> The family maintained a large estate in Stockton where they grew wool
> and had mills to make cloth and then had their own shops to sell the
> finished goods in several cities.
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
> Jim Topp
>
>
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