Group    From 1740 

La Patente church

Categories: Religion

Countries: France

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In 1740 this French Hugeonot church moved into the building in Hanbury Street, with a patent granted by King James II.

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La Patente church

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Hanbury Hall - blue oval plaque

This plaque has a shortened version of the text on the old white plaque.

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Hanbury Hall - white plaque - removed

Christ Church Hall Built in 1719 as a French Hugeonot {sic} church it stood b...

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John Townsend

John Townsend

Nonconformist minister.  Born Whitechapel.   Minister at Kingston, Bermondsey and then the Orange Street Chapel.  1807 co-founder of the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb in Old Kent Road, which he part...

Person, Philanthropy, Religion, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Canon Michael Richards

Canon Michael Richards

Catholic priest.  Born Wales.  Served as a second lieutenant in the 12th Royal Lancers in WW2. Whilst a student at Oxford he became a Catholic and his fiancee died suddenly.  Ordained in 1960 by Bi...

Person, Religion, Wales

1 memorial
Lambe's Chapel and crypt / St James in the Wall

Lambe's Chapel and crypt / St James in the Wall

In 1543, after the dissolution of the monasteries, the hermitage Chapel of St James in the Wall was granted to William Lambe. It was adjacent to his residence, beside London Wall in Monkwell Street...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Dr. Jabez Bunting

Dr. Jabez Bunting

Leading Wesleyan Methodist. Born Manchester. Arrived in London in 1803. Regarded as the second founder of Methodism after John Wesley.

Person, Religion

1 memorial
Old Meeting Congregational Church - Uxbridge

Old Meeting Congregational Church - Uxbridge

The Old Meeting Congregational Church was founded in the 1660s, but meetings were held in the homes of members until 1716 when their first meeting house was erected. Thomas Ebenezer Beasley was the...

Building, Religion

1 memorial