Building    From 1824  To 1927

South Place Chapel

Categories: Religion

A radical nonconformist congregation, led by William Johnson Fox moved from Bishopsgate premises into this purpose-built Chapel at South Place, Finsbury. In 1926 the South Place Ethical Society sold South Place Chapel and in 1929 moved to Conway Hall in Red Lion Square.

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South Place Chapel

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South Place Chapel

1824 - 1927 on this site stood South Place Chapel. Ministers: 1824 William ...

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Stratford Langthorne Abbey

Stratford Langthorne Abbey

A Cistercian monastery. Also called St Mary's or West Ham Abbey, one of the largest Cistercian abbeys in England, it existed until the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Although the ruins were pillag...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Carthusian Martyrs

Carthusian Martyrs

18 Carthusians were executed for refusing to accept Henry VIII as the head of the church of England. 16 were from London Charterhouse, including the prior John Houghton, and 2 from other English Ch...

Group, Execution, Religion

2 memorials
A. H. Merryman

A. H. Merryman

Committee Member of Kingston Spiritualist Church in 1927.

Person, Religion

1 memorial
Robert Lawrence

Robert Lawrence

Prior of Beauvale.  Executed at Tyburn.

Person, Execution, Religion

1 memorial