Building    From 1181  To 1876

St Benet Gracechurch

Categories: Religion

Name derives from the nearby hay (or grass) market. Lost in the Great Fire, rebuilt by Wren, demolished 1876.

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St Benet Gracechurch

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St Benet Gracechurch

Site of St. Benet Gracechurch, demolished 1876. The Corporation of the City o...

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St Olave Church, Tooley Street

St Olave Church, Tooley Street

Founded in the eleventh century in memory of St Olaf. The original building, shown in this 1647 drawing by Wenceslaus Hollar, survived until 1734 and was then rebuilt to the designs of Henry Flitcr...

Building, Religion, Norway

2 memorials
Augustine of Canterbury

Augustine of Canterbury

Christianity had already taken root in Britain but it only came under Catholic control with the arrival of the first official Christian missionary to England, sent by Pope Gregory the Great.  Wikip...

Person, Religion, Italy

1 memorial
London Charterhouse

London Charterhouse

Carthusian priory, founded by Sir Walter Manny and Bishop Michael Northburg of London. Inhabited by 25 monks. The priory was suppressed in 1538 (re: Dissolution of the Monesteries) and the land pas...

Building, Religion

2 memorials
Sir Syed Ahmed Khan

Sir Syed Ahmed Khan

Muslim reformer and scholar. Born Delhi, Died Aligarh.

Person, Politics & Administration, Religion, India, Pakistan

1 memorial
Canon Lewis John Collins

Canon Lewis John Collins

Treasurer of St Paul's Cathedral in 1979 and was Canon of St Paul's from 1948 to 1981. Lewis John Collins was born on 23 March 1905 in Hawkhurst, Kent, one of the four children of Arthur Collins (...

Person, Politics & Administration, Religion

1 memorial