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St John the Baptist upon Walbrook

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Building

First recorded in the 12th century. Destroyed in the Great Fire and never rebuilt. This 1799 map shows the whole site marked as "churchyard". The congregation merged with St Antholin Budge Row. The text on the memorial suggests that the churchyard survived until 1884.

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St John the Baptist upon Walbrook

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St John the Baptist upon Walbrook - monument

An unusual and unsuccessful siting of a three-dimensional monument. One face ...

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St John the Baptist Upon Walbrook - plaque

The inscription on the upper plaque requires careful examination to read but ...

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St John the Evangelist church, Wilton Road

St John the Evangelist church, Wilton Road

The picture source provides the following information: Built in 1874 as a chapel of ease to St Peter, Eaton Square. The church was destroyed in WW2 and the remains pulled down a few years later. Th...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Fetter Lane Society

Fetter Lane Society

The Moravian leader in London, Peter Bohler, established the Fetter Lane Society in May 1738 (- 42 depending on source).  Most of the members were Anglicans.  Attendees included John Wesley, Charle...

Group, Religion

1 memorial
Thankful Owen

Thankful Owen

Non-conformist minister. Born in the City of London. President of St John's College, Oxford 1650-60. Chosen to succeed Thomas Goodwin, when he died in 1680, as pastor of the Independent congregatio...

Person, Religion

1 memorial
Father C. F. Collins
War dead, WW1
1 memorial
La Patente church

La Patente church

In 1740 this French Hugeonot church moved into the building in Hanbury Street, with a patent granted by King James II.

Group, Religion, France

2 memorials