Its name is derived from a Dominican priory which once stood nearby.
Also close by are the Inns of Court, and a Knights Templar church. It is owned and maintained by the Corporation of London[?].
The bridge became internationally famous in 1982, when the Italian banker Roberto Calvi was found hanged below its arch.
... Alan Gordon Barraclough Haselhurst[?] (Saffron Walden[?])
David Stuart Havard[?] (Merthyr Tydfil[?] and Rhymney[?])
Nicholas John Hawkins[?] (Surrey Heath)
John Henry ...
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