Building    From 1292 

St Edmund King & Martyr, Lombard Street

Categories: Religion

Destroyed in the Great Fire. The new building by Wren, 1670-1679, was damaged by bombing in 1917 but survives.

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St Edmund King & Martyr, Lombard Street

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St Gabriel Fen churchyard

The modern information board above adds nothing of historical interest.

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Henry Geard

Henry Geard

One of the Deacons at the Wandsworth chapel who provided lectures and popular entertainments during the week for the working classes.  Active in 1883.

Person, Religion

1 memorial
Thomas Burnet

Thomas Burnet

Geological theorist. Published "Sacred Theory of the Earth".

Person, Philosophy, Religion

1 memorial
St Mary Colechurch

St Mary Colechurch

First recorded in the late 12th century as an element in the name of the priest, Peter Colechurch, who built the first stone London Bridge. It is not known whether the church took its name from Pet...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Paul's Cross

Paul's Cross

Sermons had been preached at Paul's Cross since at least the 12th century. In 1449 Bishop Kemp had it rebuilt and it remained in that form until in 1643 the puritanical Long Parliament ordered its...

Building, Religion

2 memorials
Edward Burrough

Edward Burrough

Quaker activist and writer. Born near Kendal. Died, unmarried, in Newgate prison and was buried at Bunhill Fields Burial Ground.

Person, Religion

1 memorial