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St Mary’s church, Greenwich

William IV statue St Mary’s church, Greenwich

The excellent Greenwich Phantom tells us that the footprint of the old church is shown "by a beech hedge, some of the foundation stones marking out the original position." We can see the beech hedge but we've not spotted the foundation stones. We only read this after our visit so we have resorted to Google Streetview for our photo.

Site: William IV statue (2 memorials)

SE10, King William Walk, St Mary's Gate into Greenwich Park

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
St Mary’s church, Greenwich

Subjects commemorated Information

St Mary’s church, Greenwich

One of architect George Basevi's early commissions - he was brought up in Gre...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
St Mary’s church, Greenwich

Also at this site Information

William IV statue

Originally erected, December 1844, in the City, at the junction of King Willi...

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Nearby Memorials

Priory Church

Priory Church

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1 subject commemorated
St Augustine's Church - Victoria Park - ghost building

St Augustine's Church - Victoria Park - ghost building

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1 subject commemorated
Roman amphitheatre

Roman amphitheatre

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1 subject commemorated
Globe Theatre remains

Globe Theatre remains

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1 subject commemorated
Ghost of old London Bridge

Ghost of old London Bridge

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1 subject commemorated