William Lambe
(1495-1580)

Died aged c. 85

William Lambe (1495–1580) was a wealthy cloth merchant in the City of London during Tudor times who engaged in a wide range of philanthropic deeds, most notably endowing the construction of St James' Church, Islington, the construction of the eponymous Lamb's Conduit, traces of which remain in a number of London street names, and the endowment of Sutton Valence School. He was a devout protestant and was friends with a number of notable protestant clerics of the time.

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8-10 Moorgate This land was bequeathed in 1580 by William Lambe who rebuilt the Holborn Conduit, bringing clean water to the City of London.

8-10 Moorgate , London, United Kingdom where they bequeathed (1580)