Place    From 1708 

Newington Green Unitarian Church

Categories: Religion

A Grade II listed building. It is one of England's oldest Unitarian churches, and belongs to the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches. It is known as 'the birthplace of feminism' because of its connections with Mary Wollstonecraft.

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Newington Green Unitarian Church

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Newington Green Unitarian Church

Newington Green Church built 1708, enlarged 1860. Oldest non-conformist place...

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Rev. Theophilus Lindsey

Rev. Theophilus Lindsey

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2 memorials
Philip Henry Gosse

Philip Henry Gosse

Zoologist.  Born Worcester.  1827 sailed to Newfoundland where his interest in entomology began.  He also travelled to Alabama and Jamaica studying the local natural sciences, returning to London i...

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Leo Tolstoy

Leo Tolstoy

Novelist. Born to an aristocratic Russian family. 1870s had a spiritual awakening and become a fervent Christian anarchist and pacifist.

Person, Literature, Politics & Administration, Religion, Seriously Famous, Russia

1 memorial
Mr J. W. Humphries

Mr J. W. Humphries

President of Kingston Spiritualist Church in 1927.

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Croydon Palace

Croydon Palace

The summer residence of the Archbishops of Canterbury. The Manor of Croydon was connected with Canterbury from at least the late Saxon period, and records of buildings date back to before 960. The ...

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