Concept    From 12/10/1658  To 24/10/1658

Savoy Declaration

Categories: Religion

Full title: A Declaration of the Faith and Order owned and practiced in the Congregational Churches in England.
This was drawn up at the Savoy Assembly where representatives of over 100 independent churches met.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Savoy Declaration

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Savoy - CRII

SH In the Savoy Palace in 1658 by order of Oliver Cromwell, the confession of...

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90 martyr Friends buried in Quaker Bunhill Fields Burial Ground

90 martyr Friends buried in Quaker Bunhill Fields Burial Ground

Died in London prisons and were buried in Quaker Bunhill Fields Burial Ground.

Group, Religion, Tragedy

1 memorial
St Michaels Bassishaw

St Michaels Bassishaw

Church first recorded in a document of 1196. Destroyed in the Great Fire, rebuilt by Wren (or his colleagues, at least) and, found to be unsafe, demolished in 1900.

Building, Religion

1 memorial
John Knox Presbyterian Church

John Knox Presbyterian Church

The church was built on the site of what is now Clichy House.  The street at that time was Green Street but the address of the church seems to have been Oxford Street, the name the street took just...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Owen Wood

Owen Wood

Dean of Armagh from 1588 to 1610. Wikipedia gives his name as Eugene Woods and his tenure as starting in 1590. From University of Houston:  In 1597 his wife was Joan, widow of John Ballett.  Wood'...

Person, Religion, Ireland

1 memorial
St Mary le Bow

St Mary le Bow

There is archaeological evidence that a church has existed on the site in Cheapside, London, since Saxon times, and the current building was designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Its famous bells featu...

Building, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial