Building    From 1833  To 1905

St Michaels Church at Burleigh and Exeter Streets

Categories: Architecture, Religion

St. Michaels Church was erected in 1833 at the S. W. corner of Burleigh and Exeter Streets. In 1905 St Michael's parish was united to St Paul's Covent Garden, by an order in council, the church was taken down.

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St Michaels Church at Burleigh and Exeter Streets

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Church House - WC2

This house was formerly S Michael's Vicarage. S. Michael's Church was erected...

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Francis Cranmer Penrose

Francis Cranmer Penrose

Architect, archaeologist, astronomer and rower.  Born Lincolnshire.  Surveyor to the Fabric of St Paul's Cathedral 1852 - 1899.  Died Wimbledon.

Person, Architecture, History, Science, Sport / Games

1 memorial
T. Thornton Green

T. Thornton Green

Architect active  at least in this period, 1883-91. From The Builder, 1887: "Professional Partnership. — Mr. T. Thornton Green, surveyor, Poultry, announces that he has taken into partnership Mr. P...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
T. A. Greeves

T. A. Greeves

Architect and artist. Born Thomas Affleck Greeves. Studied at the Cambridge School of Architecture, but never actually designed any functional buildings. Instead he produced a series of fantastical...

Person, Architecture, Art

1 memorial
W. F. R. Stanley

W. F. R. Stanley

Inventor, manufacturer and philanthropist. Born William Ford Robinson Stanley in Islington. He filed 78 patents for precision drawing, mathematical and surveying instruments, as well as telescopes....

Person, Architecture, Engineering, Philanthropy

5 memorials
Highbury Manor

Highbury Manor

It was built for the Lord of the Priory of St John of Jerusalem. The site may have been used by the Romans as a summer camp. It was destroyed by the mob led by Jack Straw during the Peasants' Revol...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial