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Hospital of St Anthony & French Protestant Church

Hospital of St Anthony & French Protestant Church Hospital of St Anthony & French Protestant Church
Inscription

Site of the 13th century Hospital of St Anthony and of the French Protestant Church, demolished 1840.
The Corporation of the City of London

Site: Hospital of St Anthony & French Protestant Church (1 memorial)

EC2, Threadneedle Street, 53

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Hospital of St Anthony & French Protestant Church

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French Protestant Church

Persecuted in France, about 50,000 Huguenots fled to Britain where Edward VI ...

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Hospital of St Anthony

Henry III granted this site to the brotherhood of St. Anthony of Vienna to se...

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Hospital of St Anthony & French Protestant Church

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Corporation of the City of London

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