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Gerard Hall /Gerard's Hall Hotel, Basing Lane & Breadstreet, Cheapside, London
Posted by: Barbara Brown (ID *****4470) Date: July 03, 2003 at 10:43:08
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I found a reference to a Norman crypt in a Gerard Hall
in London. An additional site which dealts with Victorian London and appears to be based upon an 1850 guidebook lists
Gerard's Hall Hotel, Basing Lane and Bread Street, Cheapside. "...has a good coffee-room, a ball-room, good wines, beds for seventy eight, and a Norman crypt. The landlord and landlady are proud of the antiquity of their hall, ..." Does anyone know about this place and who built it?

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