A monastery was established here by the grey-habited Franciscans. Following the dissolution of the monasteries the church was renamed Christchurch and in 1552 the remains of the monastery were converted into Christ's Hospital.
Place From 1225 To 1538
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
French's Dairy conduit
The nice lady in the shop told us that it is a 2 metre square white marble we...
Grey Friars Monastery
The Corporation of the City of London Site of Grey Friars Monastery, 1225 - ...
Rev. Alfred M. Myers
Vicar of All Saints, Stonebridge/Haggerston in 1858.
Anglican bishop. Born Arthur Mervyn Stockwood in Bridgend, Wales. He was ordained as a deacon in 1936 and a priest in 1937. Appointed Bishop of Southwark in 1959.
Spanish & Portuguese Jews' Congregation
Initially called 'sha'arhashamayim', the Gate of Heaven, this was the first professing Jewish community in the British Isles to be established in modern times (following the expulsion) and formed t...
Vicar of Twickenham. Officiated at the secret wedding of George, Prince of Wales to Mrs Fitzherbert. Buried at St Mary the Virgin, Twickenham. From Barryslemming: "The Old Rectory at St Mary Ho...
Catholic martyrs at the Tyburn gallows
105 Catholic martyrs lost their lives at the Tyburn gallows, 1535 - 1681. The Tyburn Convent website explains but only lists a few. We have found other memorials to a few of them: John Houghton a...