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Archdeacon Charles Wellington Furse

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Archdeacon Charles Wellington Furse

1882 Rector of St John the Evangelist and went on to become Archdeacon of Westminster. Not to be confused with the painter C. W. Furse, his son.

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Archdeacon Charles Wellington Furse

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St John the Evangelist garden

St John the Evangelist Westminster This burial ground, having been closed for...

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John Rogers

John Rogers

Protestant martyr burned at Smithfield. The first of the 'Marian Martyrs'.

Person, Execution, Religion

1 memorial
Isaac Watts

Isaac Watts

Hymn-writer, poet, theologian and logician. Born Southampton. As a non-conformist he could not go to Oxford or Cambridge so went to the Stoke Newington Dissenting Academy and stayed connected to St...

Person, Music / songs, Religion

3 memorials
Holy Trinity Priory

Holy Trinity Priory

Demolished by Henry VIII as part of the dissolution of the monasteries. Our picture shows the ruins as they were in 1826. c.1485 the priory built Bromley Hall, a manor house near the River Lea, st...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Edmund Hurst

Edmund Hurst

Burnt at the stake in Bow (or possibly Stratford) for his Protestant beliefs.

Person, Execution, Religion

1 memorial
La Patente church

La Patente church

In 1740 this French Hugeonot church moved into the building in Hanbury Street, with a patent granted by King James II.

Group, Religion, France

2 memorials