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London’s Mediæval Parish Churches: Part 3 – From the Walbrook to Cheapside (p3)

London’s Mediæval Parish Churches: Part 3 – From the Walbrook to Cheapside
by Bill McCann

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Parish united with St Michael Wood Street 1670, St Alban Wood Street 1894, St Vedast Foster Lane 1954

78. St John The Evangelist Friday Street

Situated Friday Street EC4
Originally dedicated to St Wereburga in the mid 13th century. Re-dedicated to John the Evangelist in the 15th century. Repaired in 1626 but destroyed in1666 and not rebuilt
Parish united with All Hallows Bread Street 1670, St Mary le Bow 1876

79. St Margaret Moses

Also St Margaret Moyses
Situated in Friday Street EC4
Very little is known. Destroyed in 1666 and not rebuilt
Parish united with St Mildred Bread Street 1670, St Mary le Bow 1954

80. St John Zachary

Also St John the Baptist
Situated Gresham Street and Noble Street EC4
First mentioned in 1120 and rebuilt in 1390. It was repaired several times in the 17th century but was destroyed in 1666 and not rebuilt. The churchyard is now a garden.
Parish united with St Anne and St Agnes 1670, St Vedast Foster lane 1954

81. St Matthew Friday Street

Situated Friday Street EC4
First mentioned in 1261.Destroyed in1666 and rebuilt by Wren 1681-7. Repaired in 1861 but demolished in 1881.
Parish united with St Vedast Foster Lane 1882

82. St Nicholas Olave

Situated Bread Street Hill EC4
First mentioned in 1188. Destroyed in1666 and not rebuilt
Parish united with St Nicholas Cole Abbey 1670
St Mary le Bow in the 18th century

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