The early history of this site is from T E Faber, An Intimate History of St Clement’s Parish, 2006
c. 1314: Benedict Godsone
1366: held by Eudo de Refham
1379: held late of Eudo de Refham
circa 1413: (no. 22 & 23) bought by Stepehn and Agnes Neel
1443: (nos. 22 & 23) sold as two shops to Henry Richard and his wife
1467: (nos. 22 & 23) William Dak bought properties
1565: lease fro term of 21 years
1636: lease granted to Alice Frithe widow, lessee also of no. 21; occupant was Thomas Lockwood
1661 & 1668: leases of 21 and 23 renewed by Tabors: occupant was Thomas Lockwood
1796: there was a stable at the back to which access could only have been through the house itself. In 1796 the occupant was a baker.
Miss Emma Starling, lodging house keeper
E B Starling, art needlework
(22-23) John’s, house furnishers
(23a) Miss J Sperling
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