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St George in the East, London

St George in the East, London



 



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Parish Church of St George in the East
Parish Church of St George in the East
St. George in the East is situated immediately east of Whitechapel, between Stepney, Shadwell and Wapping. The church of St. George in the East with its 160 ft tower, was built in 1714-29 to the designs of Nicholas Hawksmoor, and created a separate parish from Stepney. In 1886 the churchyard was landscaped as a public garden. The interior of the church was severely damaged by incendiaries in May 1941, a temporary building serving the parish until being rebuilt in 1960.
Royal visit to church of St George's in the East
Royal visit to church of St George's in the East
Queen Alexandra visiting the church in August 1903. This is possibly the earliest photograph of a royal visit to the East End, although the Queen, who was a patron of the Royal London Hospital, made several vists there later. Courtesy: A century of the East End.

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   Last name, First name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 WILLIAMS, Grace Elizabeth  26 Jul 1906St George in the East, London I23797
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