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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, still standing as the oldest brick building in London.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Holy Trinity Priory
Site of the Priory of the Holy Trinity, founded 1108. The Corporation of the ...
Built by John Nash in the Gothic style with a tall tower. Destroyed by WW2 bombs and the site made into a playground.
Born in the Parish of Hackney. He seems to have been a bad boy: Ejected from his rectory for scandal in 1651. Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry 1671 until his death, but suspended 1684 - 87 for bein...
Person, Philanthropy, Religion
Baptist preacher. Born Glasgow. President of the Baptist Union, 1875-6 and 1901-2. Died Edinburgh.
Person, Politics & Administration, Religion, Scotland
Bishop of London 1956 - 61. His Wikipedia page has many examples of his sharp wit. Died Westminster Hospital.
Biblical scholar and headmaster. Born Staffordshire, his father a Wesleyan minister. Became a Wesleyan minister and then the first headmaster of the Leys School, Cambridge in 1875 and remained ther...