Largely destroyed in the Great Fire. Then restored and used by French Protestants until 1820. Most of it was then pulled down and what was left was incorporated into St Clement Eastcheap.
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St Martin Orgar
Site of St Martin Orgar Church. The Corporation of the City of London
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