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St Saviour RD, London, England


Notes: St. Saviour's, Southwark: Within a few minutes walk of London Bridge Station, is one of the finest parish churches in the kingdom. Before the Reformation it was known as the Priory Church of St. Mary Overy. The tower, 35 feet square and 150 feet high, is a very solid structure. In 1840 the nave was rebuilt, but in so wretched a fashion that it had to be replaced by another, from the designs of Sir Arthur Blomfield, who undertook a thorough restoration of the fabric, with a view to St. Saviour's becoming a cathedral for South London. The poet John Gower is buried in the south transept, and in the church also lie Edmund Shakespeare, a brother of the poet, along with Philip Massinger, John Fletcher, and other dramatists and actors who were connected with the old Bankside theatres.
Click here for further information relating to St Saviour and Christchurch Parishes from the "Survey of London", published by British History Online.

Area, Suburb, Parish or Registration District : Latitude: 51.505072315257046, Longitude: -0.0956583023071289


Matches 1 to 4 of 4

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID   Tree 
1 James, Henry William  1895St Saviour RD, London, England I21623 Mitchell Families 
2 Monger, Sarah Ann  1861St Saviour RD, London, England I2702 Mitchell Families 
3 Smith, Amelia  1899St Saviour RD, London, England I24434 Mitchell Families 
4 Wooster, Richard  1878St Saviour RD, London, England I17298 Mitchell Families 


Matches 1 to 4 of 4

   Family    Married    Family ID   Tree 
1 Hunter / Swannell  1891St Saviour RD, London, England F2114 Mitchell Families 
2 Wooster / Eldridge  1874St Saviour RD, London, England F2175 Mitchell Families 
3 Wooster / Hitchcock  Between Jan 1873 and Mar 1873St Saviour RD, London, England F956 Mitchell Families 
4 Wooster / Phinbow  1897St Saviour RD, London, England F2908 Mitchell Families