Building    From 1826  To 1941

St Marys, Haggerston

Categories: Religion

Built by John Nash in the Gothic style with a tall tower. Destroyed by WW2 bombs and the site made into a playground.

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St Marys, Haggerston

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St Mary’s, Haggerston

On this site stood St. Mary’s, Haggerston (Church of England). Designed by Jo...

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Owen Wood

Owen Wood

Dean of Armagh from 1588 to 1610. Wikipedia gives his name as Eugene Woods and his tenure as starting in 1590. From University of Houston:  In 1597 his wife was Joan, widow of John Ballett.  Wood'...

Person, Religion, Ireland

1 memorial
John Wesley's house

John Wesley's house

Wesley built the chapel first, 1778, and then two houses, one either side, one for his own use and one for visiting preachers and their hangers-on. Both designed by George Dance the younger who als...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Baptist Church House

Baptist Church House

Built in 1901-1903. by Arthur Keen, architect for the Baptist Union and restored in 1946. Now listed.

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Canon Lewis John Collins

Canon Lewis John Collins

Treasurer of St Paul's Cathedral in 1979 and was Canon of St Paul's from 1948 to 1981. Lewis John Collins was born on 23 March 1905 in Hawkhurst, Kent, one of the four children of Arthur Collins (...

Person, Politics & Administration, Religion

1 memorial
John Bradford

John Bradford

Protestant martyr burned at Smithfield.

Person, Execution, Religion

1 memorial