Whitecross Market one of London's oldest markets started trading in the 17th century and was known locally as "Squalors Market"

Whitecross St, EC1Y 8NR, London, United Kingdom

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Whitecross Debtors Prison 1813 - 1870 warm-hearted Nell Gwynne, in her will, desired her natural son the Duke of St. Albans, to lay out £20 a year to release poor debtors out of prison, and this sum was distributed every Christmas Day to the inmates of Whitecross Street Prison.

Whitecross Street, EC2, London, United Kingdom

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Priss Fotheringham lived here and was ranked the second best whore in the city, "The Wand'ring Whore" 1660

Whitecross Street, EC2, London, United Kingdom

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Samuel Baylis Lived on Whitecross St and was a founder of the Radical Club July 1833

126 Whitecross St, London, United Kingdom

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The Peppers Architect & Artist Lecturer Designed and Built 'Zero' 1972 Family Home. Mad in England

St Kilda Road, Ealing, United Kingdom