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Society of Friends in London

Categories: Religion

English Buildings has a good short intro to Quakers in England and an assessment of an important Quaker building, albeit, not in London. Quakers were active in the WW2 Kindertransport.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Society of Friends in London

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Friends Meeting Place - Peckham

Friends meeting house. This building was the Peckham meeting house of the Soc...

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Kindertransport - Kent

{Carved into the right side of the plinth:} Pro dítě {Czech for “for the chil...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Society of Friends in London

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Quakers - Memorial Buildings

To the left of this huge plaque there is a small, simple and extremely well-m...

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H. J. Cummins

H. J. Cummins

Rector of St Alban, Wood Street in 1865.

Person, Religion

1 memorial
Great Synagogue - Old Jewry

Great Synagogue - Old Jewry

We could find nothing on the history of this Great Synagogue but its closure in 1272 was due to the difficulties suffered by the Jews in England leading up to their expulsion in 1290. Medieval Lond...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Charterhouse church

Charterhouse church

A chapel was first built here soon after 1348 by Walter de Manny, alongside a burial ground for victims of the Black Death.   In 1371 when the Charterhouse Priory was built here the chapel was inco...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Rev. Thomas Hugo

Rev. Thomas Hugo

British antiquary and collector. Curate at St Botolph without Bishopsgate 1851-8. Rector at St Pauls West Hackney  1872. Member the Society of Antiquaries of London, the Linnean Society and the Roy...

Person, History, Religion

1 memorial
St Leonards, St Martin's-le-Grand

St Leonards, St Martin's-le-Grand

The church seems to have occupied a site between St Martin's-le-Grand and Foster Lane. Destroyed in the Great Fire its ruins were, amazingly, not removed until the early 1800s.

Building, Religion

1 memorial