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Williams, E., Early Holborn and the Legal Quarter of London, Vol. 1 and 2 (London: 1927).

Site of the Holborn Entrance to Greys Inn.

p. 661

John Wytteneye to John Bygonet. Deeds of S. Paul’s A, Box 24, No 619

19 Oct 1393 John Wytteneye clerk has released and quit claimed for himself and his heirs to John Bygonet of Holeburne all his right in 2 messuages and 13 shops and all their appurtenaces in Holeborne without the Bar of the Old Temple whereof one messuage with 2 shops lies on the north side of the street of Holeborne between a tenement formerly of Roger Leget on the east and a tenement of Richard Mordon on the west. The other messuage with 11 shops called Paternoster Rents lies on the south side of the street of Holeborne between a tenement of William Fote on the east and a tenement formerly of Thomas at Mulle on the west. Witnesses, John Goldbeter, Richard Mordon, Robert Langley, Reginald Wenn, William Chaundler, and others. Dated HOleborne, Sunday next after the feast of S Luke the Evangelist, 17 Ric II.

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Joan Bygonet to Robert Frewell. Deeds of S Paul’s A Box 2a, 627

20 Oct 1414 Joan Bygonet, late wife of Walter Fytheler, tanner, of Wytteneie Co Oxford, cousin and heiress of John Bygonet, namely daughter of Richard Bygonet, uncle of the said John, in pure widowhood has grant…..

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