Neville’s House and Garden

Neville’s House and Garden, known variously as Westmorland Place, was so called based on its association with Ralph Neville in the fourteenth century. Victor Belcher and Martha Carlin note that the house was also known as Neville’s Inn and simply Neville’s House (Carlin and Belcher 98). Stow describes the location in writing, I reade also of another great house in the west side of Limestreete, hauing a Chappel on the south, and a Garden on the west, then belonging to the Lord Neuill Gap in transcription. Reason: Editorial omission for reasons of length or relevance. Use only in quotations in born-digital documents.[…] (Stow 1:151).


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2022. Neville’s House and Garden. In J. Jenstad (Ed), The Map of Early Modern London (Edition 7.0). Victoria: University of Victoria. Retrieved from INP.

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