Building    From 1108 

Holy Trinity Priory

Categories: Religion

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.

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Holy Trinity Priory

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Holy Trinity

Site of the Priory of the Holy Trinity, founded 1108. The Corporation of the ...

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Agnes Maude Royden

Agnes Maude Royden

Settlement work in Liverpool then London, National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, edited Common Cause, Church League for Women’s Suffrage, preacher, pacifist, later campaigned for ordination ...

Person, Gender Issues, Peace, Religion

1 memorial
Rev. Joseph Toulson

Rev. Joseph Toulson

From Famous Pulpits of our Churches - Caledonian Road, by by Rev. William Mincher: "In 1868 Joseph Toulson became minister. He was a man of wonderful resource, untiring patience, and consummate tac...

Person, Religion

1 memorial
St Margaret, Fish Street Hill

St Margaret, Fish Street Hill

Lost in the Great Fire and not rebuilt.  Stood where the Monument now stands.

Building, Religion

1 memorial
St Marys, Haggerston

St Marys, Haggerston

Built by John Nash in the Gothic style with a tall tower. Destroyed by WW2 bombs and the site made into a playground.

Building, Religion

1 memorial