Destroyed in the Great Fire. The new building by Wren, 1670-1679, was damaged by bombing in 1917 but survives.
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In the south-east corner of Cornhill and Gracechurch Street. A medieval chur...
Born Kidderminster. Died Monkwell Street. Buried in Bunhill burial ground.
Survived the Great Fire but was so badly damaged in WW2 that for the period 1...
Priest. Ordained as a deacon in 1966 and as a priest in 1967. He served in cu...
Also called Bunhill Fields Burial Ground and so easy to confuse with the non-...
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