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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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Conservators of the River Thames / Thames Conservancy

Conservators of the River Thames / Thames Conservancy

Came into being as a result of the Thames Conservancy Act,1857. Completed the building of Teddington Lock. Lost some of its responsibilities in 1909 to the Port of London Authority and in 1974 the ...

Group, Engineering, Gardens / Agriculture, Transport

3 memorials
Manor House School

Manor House School

The school buildings are still there, on the North Side between Wix's Lane and Taybridge Road.  The building dates back to 1792 when it was Byrom House.  Sold in 1841, it became The Beeches.  1876 ...

Group, Education

1 memorial
William Reddall

William Reddall

Architect of 10, South Street, Finsbury. Was an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1874. Cheshire Street is just around the corner from Church House. From Hackney "Nos. 2 ...

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
Hackney Wick youth who served in WW2

Hackney Wick youth who served in WW2

The youth of the Hackney Wick district who served under the leadership of Winston Churchill.

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1 memorial
St Vincent's Boys' Home

St Vincent's Boys' Home

St Vincent’s Home for Destitute Boys was established in 1859 at what is now Shepherd’s Bush Road, Hammersmith. It was managed by some members of the St Vincent de Paul Society. Accepted Roman Catho...

Group, Children, Social Welfare

1 memorial