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Parish church of St Stephen Coleman Street. Destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666 and rebuilt by Wren but then finally lost in WW2.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
St Stephen Coleman
Site of the parish church of St Stephen Coleman Street, 1452 - 1940. Corporat...
The mediaeval church dates from 1174. Rebuilt in 1437 and then destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. Rebuilt by Christopher Wren 1680.
Place, Architecture, Religion
A chapel was first built here soon after 1348 by Walter de Manny, alongside a burial ground for victims of the Black Death. In 1371 when the Charterhouse Priory was built here the chapel was inco...
A group of evangelical Christians, who worshipped at Holy Trinity Church in Clapham and centred on William Wilberforce, who campaigned for the abolition of slavery and other religious, philanthropi...
Group, Philanthropy, Race Issues, Religion
Pastor at Christ Church in 1959.
Artist, author, cleric and schoolmaster. He was a sketcher and collector of prints, and worked as a curate, before becoming a master, and then headmaster at Cheam School. In 1768 he published 'Ess...
Person, Art, Education, Literature, Religion