Place    From 1541  To 1930

St Saviours

St Saviours is a former civil parish. Created from the union of the parishes of St Margaret and St Mary Magdalene. In 1855 it was grouped with Southwark Christchurch into the St Saviour's District. It became part of the County of London in 1889, and was eventually absorbed by Southwark. Until 1905, Southwark Cathedral was known as St Saviour's Church.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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St Saviours

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St Saviour's war memorial

The bronze statue on the plinth is of an infantryman tramping through mud. Th...

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Grand Lodge of England

Grand Lodge of England

By 1717 the Masonic lodges were already clubs having no connection to stone-masonry. Four London lodges met at the Goose and Gridiron pub in St Paul's Churchyard and formed the first Grand Lodge, i...

Group, Community / Clubs, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
Memorable Order of Tin Hats / MOTH

Memorable Order of Tin Hats / MOTH

Founded by Charles Evenden as a brotherhood of South African front-line ex-soldiers. The club-houses are known as shell-holes.

Group, Armed Forces, Community / Clubs, South Africa

1 memorial
Blackheath Preservation Trust

Blackheath Preservation Trust

One of the oldest building preservation trusts in the United Kingdom. It was founded by members of the newly-formed Blackheath Society as an independent and separate property company. Its original ...

Group, Architecture, Community / Clubs, History

3 memorials
George Green Association

George Green Association

We can't find any information about this group, so can only assume that it's now defunct.

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial