Plaque

St Gabriel Fenchurch

St Gabriel Fenchurch St Gabriel Fenchurch
Inscription

In the roadway opposite stood St Gabriel Fenchurch, destroyed in the Great Fire, 1666.
Corporation of London

Site: St Gabriel Fenchurch (1 memorial)

EC3, Fenchurch Street, 30

We've been expecting another plaque to appear on this building, commemorating Plantation House and its role (1936 – 1970) in the London Tea Trade, but, 2021, we've not heard anything.

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St Gabriel Fenchurch

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St Gabriel Fen(church)

Dating back to at least 1331, the church was destroyed in the Great Fire afte...

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Great Fire of London

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
St Gabriel Fenchurch

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Corporation of the City of London

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