Burnt at the stake in Bow (or possibly Stratford) for his Protestant beliefs.
Person, Religion, Execution
Also known as "Trustees for Methodist Church Purposes". The purposes of the Trustees are commemoration of the Aldersgate Conversion of John and Charles Wesley in May 1738.
Building pulled down and the parish united for ecclesiastical purposes with the parish of St. Mary-le-Bow.
"Staining" indicates stone-built, as opposed to all the other All Hallows churches in the City which were of wood. All that is left is the tower of the second church on the site, built about 1320. ...
The oldest church in the City, founded by the Saxon Abbey of Barking. Built on the site of a Roman building. Expanded and rebuilt several times. A nearby explosion in 1650 demolished the west to...
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Started: 20/6/1890, 123 years ago
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