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14, 15, 16 Botolph Lane

14 , 15, 16 Botolph Lane, Corpus Christi Hostel

History of 14-16 Botolph Lane

Listed building:

Mid C18. Timber-framed and plastered, re-fronted circa 1790 in gault brick on the North. 3 storeys with attics; modillioned eaves cornice; tiled mansard roof; round-headed doorways with fielded panelled doors; 3 windows flush frames and glazing bars. Fanlights over the doors. Three attic dormers.

1913:

(14) Charles Oliver Orders

(15) Miss Squires

(16) Noah G Squire, tailor and robe maker

1962: 14-16 Corpus Christi Hostel

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