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Saint Ethelburga / Aethelburh

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Founder and Abbess of Barking. Probably used the manor in what is now Battersea Park. Sister of Saint Erkenwald. Died after 686.

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Saint Ethelburga / Aethelburh

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Millennium Cross at Battersea manor

The Batterea 'manor' at this time was an area mainly laid out as strip fields...

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St Augustine's Church, Victoria Park

St Augustine's Church, Victoria Park

This church was built, inside the Park, in 1867 to meet the needs of the expanding population, 22 years after the Park opened in 1845.  Following WW2 bomb damage the church was demolished (our end ...

Building, Religion

2 memorials
Holy Trinity Priory

Holy Trinity Priory

Demolished by Henry VIII as part of the dissolution of the monasteries. Our picture shows the ruins as they were in 1826. c.1485 the priory built Bromley Hall, a manor house near the River Lea, st...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Suffragettes' Women's Hall

Suffragettes' Women's Hall

This 1893 map (extract here) shows a hall, Salisbury Hall, beside the pub (Morpeth Arms) set back behind a house on Old Ford Road.  This 1870 map shows the hall labelled 'Bethal Chapel (Baptist)'. ...

Building, Gender Issues, Politics & Administration, Religion

1 memorial
Stephen Harwood

Stephen Harwood

Burnt at the stake in Stratford for his Protestant beliefs. A brewer, associated with Fust. Condemned by Bishop Bonner.

Person, Execution, Religion

1 memorial
Thomas Burnet

Thomas Burnet

Geological theorist. Published "Sacred Theory of the Earth".

Person, Philosophy, Religion

1 memorial