Henry Adlington

Henry Adlington

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

Person, Execution, Religion

1 memorial
Aldersgate Trustees of the Methodist Church

Aldersgate Trustees of the Methodist Church

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.

Group, Religion

2 memorials
All Hallows, Barking

All Hallows, Barking

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...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
All Hallows Church, Bread Street

All Hallows Church, Bread Street

Building pulled down and the parish united for ecclesiastical purposes with the parish of St. Mary-le-Bow.

Building, Religion

1 memorial
All Hallows Staining

All Hallows Staining

"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. ...

Building, Religion

2 memorials
Rev. Henry Allon

Rev. Henry Allon

Born near Hull.  Joint pastor of the Islington Union Chapel from 1843/4 with Thomas Lewis, taking sole charge on Lewis's death in 1852, until his own death.   Friends with Gladstone and Asquith (wh...

Person, Religion

1 memorial
All Saints Church, Ealing

All Saints Church, Ealing

Built as a memorial to Britain's only assassinated Prime Minister, Spencer Perceval from £5000 bequeathed by his youngest daughter, Frederica Perceval who died aged 90 in 1900.  The Gunnersbury Rot...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
American troops in WW2 in London

American troops in WW2 in London

During WW2 the US armed forces worshipped at the Grosvenor Chapel and partied at Rainbow Corner.This seems a good place to mention the searchable on-line honour roll of 28,000 Americans based in Br...

Group, Armed Forces, Religion, USA

3 memorials
Bishop Peter Amigo

Bishop Peter Amigo

Bishop. Born Peter Emmanuel Amigo at Waterport Street, Gibraltar. Ordained 1888. Consecrated as the 6th Bishop of Southwark on 25 March 1904. Founded the John Fisher School, Purley in 1929. Died at...

Person, Religion

2 memorials
Rev. Samuel Annesley

Rev. Samuel Annesley

Puritan pastor.  Birth date approximate.  Appointed vicar of St Giles Cripplegate in 1658 but ejected by the 1662 Act of Uniformity, along with about 2,000 other clergymen who refused to adhere to ...

Person, Religion

1 memorial
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