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occupants of lost graves at St John the Baptist upon Walbrook

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The dead interred in the ancient church & churchyard of St John the Baptist upon Walbrook during four centuries. The formation of the District Railway having necessitated the destruction of the greater part of the churchyard all the human remains contained therein were carefully collected and re-interred in a vault beneath a monument, 1884.

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occupants of lost graves at St John the Baptist upon Walbrook

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St John the Baptist upon Walbrook - monument

An unusual and unsuccessful siting of a three-dimensional monument. One face ...

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Royal Institution (of Great Britain)

Royal Institution (of Great Britain)

A group of men started meeting at Gresham College and formed a society to promote experimental knowledge. Achieved the royal charter in 1662. Still in its original premises in Albemarle Street. Mi...

Group, Science

4 memorials
Baring Bros & Co Ltd

Baring Bros & Co Ltd

Bank. Founded as the John and Francis Baring Company. Despite surviving the Great Depression and two world wars, it was brought down due to unauthorized trading by its head derivatives trader Nick ...

Group, Commerce

1 memorial