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Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex



 



Tree: 1. Essex Ennevers
Notes: St Anne's, Limehouse is one of several East End of churches created by Nicholas Hawksmoor, who was Sir Christopher Wren's most talented pupil. The splendid Baroque church, probably Hawksmoor's most dramatic creation, was built between 1714 - 1725 in what were then open fields. The immense size of the church is a reflection on the importance of Limehouse. Its great tower soon became a landmark for ships using the East End docks. The clock tower is the second highest in Britain after Big Ben and was built by the same makers. In 1850 the church was seriously damaged by fire. Whilst the building was being restored the interior was 'Victorianized' by the architect Philip Hardwick. The finest and least altered Victoria organ built for the church by Grey and Davison won the organ medal in the Great Exhibition of 1851. St. Anne's suffered little during World War II although the surrounding area was enormously affected. Through the 80s and 90s the church benefited from exterior renovation and landscaping. The interior phase of the restoration programme has begun and visitors can compare a Victorian restoration with a present day restoration along the lines of Hawksmoor's original design.
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Latitude: 51.5110551, Longitude: -0.0399574


Tree: 2. East End Ennevers
Notes: St Anne's, Limehouse is one of several East End of churches created by Nicholas Hawksmoor, who was Sir Christopher Wren's most talented pupil. The splendid Baroque church, probably Hawksmoor's most dramatic creation, was built between 1714 - 1725 in what were then open fields. The immense size of the church is a reflection on the importance of Limehouse. Its great tower soon became a landmark for ships using the East End docks. The clock tower is the second highest in Britain after Big Ben and was built by the same makers. In 1850 the church was seriously damaged by fire. Whilst the building was being restored the interior was 'Victorianized' by the architect Philip Hardwick. The finest and least altered Victoria organ built for the church by Grey and Davison won the organ medal in the Great Exhibition of 1851. St. Anne's suffered little during World War II although the surrounding area was enormously affected. Through the 80s and 90s the church benefited from exterior renovation and landscaping. The interior phase of the restoration programme has begun and visitors can compare a Victorian restoration with a present day restoration along the lines of Hawksmoor's original design.
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Latitude: 51.5110551, Longitude: -0.0399574


Tree: 6. Essex Ennevers(2)
Notes: St Anne's, Limehouse is one of several East End of churches created by Nicholas Hawksmoor, who was Sir Christopher Wren's most talented pupil. The splendid Baroque church, probably Hawksmoor's most dramatic creation, was built between 1714 - 1725 in what were then open fields. The immense size of the church is a reflection on the importance of Limehouse. Its great tower soon became a landmark for ships using the East End docks. The clock tower is the second highest in Britain after Big Ben and was built by the same makers. In 1850 the church was seriously damaged by fire. Whilst the building was being restored the interior was 'Victorianized' by the architect Philip Hardwick. The finest and least altered Victoria organ built for the church by Grey and Davison won the organ medal in the Great Exhibition of 1851. St. Anne's suffered little during World War II although the surrounding area was enormously affected. Through the 80s and 90s the church benefited from exterior renovation and landscaping. The interior phase of the restoration programme has begun and visitors can compare a Victorian restoration with a present day restoration along the lines of Hawksmoor's original design.
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OpenStreetMap

Latitude: 51.5110551, Longitude: -0.0399574


Christened

Matches 1 to 17 of 17

   Last name, First name(s)    Christened    Person ID 
1 ANSELL, Charles Edward  11 May 1870Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I2079
2 ANSELL, Henry Richard  11 May 1870Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I1954
3 ANSELL, Mary Ann  11 May 1870Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I2096
4 ANSELL, Richard Henry  11 May 1870Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I2095
5 ANSELL, William Henry  20 Feb 1889Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I2071
6 ENEFER, Alice  13 Dec 1861Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I27847
7 ENEFER, Ellen  13 Dec 1861Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I27819
8 ENEFER, Henry Edward  13 Oct 1858Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I27848
9 ENEFER, Mary Ann Sweetingham  13 Dec 1861Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I27846
10 ENEVER, Ann Cook  21 Jul 1805Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I17211
11 FURLONG, Ada Elizabeth  30 Apr 1865Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I18958
12 FURLONG, Emma  9 Mar 1862Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I18961
13 INCE, John Henry  16 Sep 1894Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I12655
14 INCE, Matthew Henry  7 Mar 1900Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I31625
15 INCE, Nancy  11 Jan 1885Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I7350
16 ROBERTS, Elizabeth  5 Nov 1852Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I2072
17 ROBERTS, Rebecca  5 Nov 1852Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I2093

Witness

Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Last name, First name(s)    Witness    Person ID 
1 ENNOVER, William James  4 Aug 1839Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex I380

Married

Matches 1 to 6 of 6

   Family (spouse)    Married    Family ID 
1 ANSELL / ROBERTS  18 Sep 1859Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex F632
2 ENEVER / ENEVER  27 Oct 1851Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex F6565
3 ENNEVER / THOMAS  4 Aug 1839Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex F418
4 HARROLD / BARTLETT  25 Dec 1840Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex F364
5 SLADE / RICKETTS  17 Sep 1833Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex F4400
6 WARD / INNIVER  5 Jun 1844Parish Church, St Anne, Limehouse, Middlesex F4392
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