Ringed Hall

Ringed Hall has a varied chain of ownership. Carlin and Belcher state that the hall was granted to Rewley Abbey in 1282 by the 2nd Earl of Cornwall and was then let out to tenants (Carlin and Belcher 84). Harben notes that during Edward III’s reign it belonged to Benedict de Folesham, and in 1541 Henry VIII gave the hall to Morgan Philip, alias Wolfe (Harben 504). In today’s London, the hall would sit at the corner of Great St. Thomas Apostle and Queen St. (Harben 504).


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