Building    To 1666

St Leonard, Eastcheap

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St Leonard, Eastcheap

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St Leonard, Eastcheap

Site of St Leonard Eastcheap, destroyed in the Great Fire 1666. The Corporati...

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Albert Barff

Albert Barff

Head of the choir school at St Pauls.  When he died he was vicar of St. Giles's, Cripplegate, and Prebendary of St. Paul's. Andrew Behan and kindly researched this entry for us: Born 2 Paradise Pl...

Person, Education, Music / songs, Religion

1 memorial
dissolution of the monasteries

dissolution of the monasteries

In 1534, for reasons not only to do with his marital situation, Henry VIII broke with Rome, the Pope and the Catholic Church. At the time the Catholic monasteries (and abbeys, priories, convents an...

Event, Politics & Administration, Property, Religion, Royalty

3 memorials
Samuel Bickersteth

Samuel Bickersteth

Committee chairman. Because of the unusual surname, it is almost certain that he was the same Reverend Samuel Bickersteth who had been vicar of Leeds, Lewisham and nearby Crofton Park. 

Person, Politics & Administration, 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
James Stephen

James Stephen

Anti-slavery campaigner.  Born Dorset.  Trained in law and worked for a time in the Carribean where he saw the cruelty to slaves and became an abolitionist.  The death of his first wife deepened hi...

Person, Law, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, Religion, Caribbean Islands

1 memorial