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King Lucius

Categories: Religion, Royalty

According to Wikipedia: a legendary 2nd-century King of the Britons traditionally credited with introducing Christianity into Britain.

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King Lucius

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CI - 1 - Christianity

St Peter’s Cornhill founded by King Lucius 179 AD to be an Archbishop’s see a...

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Rev. Wilfred Charles Spreadbury

Rev. Wilfred Charles Spreadbury

Vicar of St Barnabas Church, Shacklewell Row immediately after WW2 until 1947 when he was appointed Rector of West Allington with East Allington and Sedgebrook, Lincs. Our colleague, Andrew Behan,...

Person, Religion

1 memorial
Diocese of Sourozh

Diocese of Sourozh

The Russian Orthodox Great Britain and Ireland diocese. The Archbishop is known as Metropolitan, the first being Metropolitan Anthony who held the post until his death.

Concept, Religion, Russia

1 memorial
Owen Wood

Owen Wood

Dean of Armagh from 1588 to 1610. Wikipedia gives his name as Eugene Woods and his tenure as starting in 1590. From University of Houston:  In 1597 his wife was Joan, widow of John Ballett.  Wood'...

Person, Religion, Ireland

1 memorial
Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King

One of the world's most famous civil rights activists, born Michael King Jr. A Baptist minister, he visited London in December 1964 on his way to Oslo to collect his Nobel Peace Prize. He stayed at...

Person, Race Issues, Religion, Seriously Famous, Tragedy, USA

4 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