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Ewer Street Burial Ground

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St Saviour's Southwark has some good reports describing this burial ground at various times: 1822 - a report of a body-snatching incident; 1839 - a report of its over-filled "repulsive" condition; c 1861 - bodies exhumed by the Charing Cross Railway Company; June 1987 - more bodies found by workmen.

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Ewer Street Burial Ground

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Ewer Street burial ground

Ewer Street Burial Ground {On the small information board:} Site of Ewer Str...

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Rev. Alfred Rowland

Rev. Alfred Rowland

Chairman of the London Congregational Union, and pastor of Park Chapel, Crouch End in 1892.

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1 memorial
Spanish & Portuguese Jews' Congregation

Spanish & Portuguese Jews' Congregation

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H. J. Cummins

H. J. Cummins

Rector of St Alban, Wood Street in 1865.

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1 memorial
London Charterhouse

London Charterhouse

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2 memorials
Dr. Nahum Sokolow

Dr. Nahum Sokolow

President of the world Zionist Organisation, statesman and author. Born in Russian Poland, Sokolow was a prolific writer and campaigner on behalf of the world Zionist movement. The city of Tel Avi...

Person, Politics & Administration, Religion, Israel/Palestine, Poland, Russia

1 memorial