Building    From 1300  To 1874

St Martin Outwich

Categories: Religion

A medieval parish church. The name comes from the family Oteswich who supposedly rebuilt it in the 14th century. Survived the Great Fire only to be demolished in 1796 and replaced with the church in our picture (by Thomas Shepherd, 1830) which was itself demolished in 1874 when the parish was merged with St Helens.

Londonist has a photo of the crypt that still survives below Threadneedle Street.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
St Martin Outwich

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St Martin Outwich

Site of St Martin Outwich, demolished 1874. The Corporation of the City of Lo...

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St Olave Church, Tooley Street

St Olave Church, Tooley Street

Founded in the eleventh century in memory of St Olaf. The original building, shown in this 1647 drawing by Wenceslaus Hollar, survived until 1734 and was then rebuilt to the designs of Henry Flitcr...

Building, Religion, Norway

2 memorials
Moravian Church

Moravian Church

Officially named Unitas Fratrum (Unity of the Brethren), it originated in Bohemia when Jan Hus, a priest and philosopher, objected to some of the practices of the Roman Catholic church, and wanted ...

Group, Religion, Czechoslovakia

2 memorials
Abraham Rees, DD

Abraham Rees, DD

Nonconformist minister. Born Wales. Began his education for ministry in Wellclose Square in 1759. Worked at a number of London congregations until 1783 when he settled at the Old Jewry Meeting-hous...

Person, Religion, Wales

1 memorial
Rev. Thomas Boys

Rev. Thomas Boys

The generous incumbent of Holy Trinity, Hoxton in 1864. Theologian and antiquary; M.A. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1817; attached to military cheat in Peninsula, 1813; ordained, 1822: incumbent of ...

Person, Religion

2 memorials
Sir Thomas Docwra

Sir Thomas Docwra

Grand Prior of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 1501-1527. In 1504 he rebuilt St John's Gate. We guess the Docwra family are descended from Sir Thomas or his family.

Person, Property, Religion

1 memorial