Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden, Ely Rents and Ely Place
The Liberty of Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden, Ely Rents and Ely Place became a civil parish in the metropolitan area of London, England between 1866 and 1930. It was part of the ancient parish of St Andrew Holborn.
The liberty's southern boundary was the street now called Holborn, its western boundary was Leather Lane and it stretched north of Clerkenwell Road between Back Hill and Herbal Hill to the junction of Warner Street and Ray Street. The boundary in the east approximated to Farringdon Road and Farringdon Street and it included the entire lengths of the streets now called Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden and Ely Place. Ely Rents was a group of houses owned by the See of Ely.
The liberty occupied an area of 30 acres and its population was as follows:
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