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The Webmaster would like to acknowledge the following sites for their royalty free use of images:


  2. Dwellings of the Poor in Bethnal Green articles and pictures

  3. Phil Degen - an East of London Family History Society Member who has made these images available to this site.  My grateful thanks to Phil.

  4. Jan Collie, Author of Hidden London and Webmistress of the Hidden London Web Site 

  5. Churches where the WEB SITE link appears takes to you the site that the photograph was obtained from and where you can find out further detailed information.  My thanks to their respective owners for permissions.






Saint John The Evangelist, Havering-Ate-Bower     

church st wulfrum's grantham
church saint john at hackney
ivrheath st margarets

Saint John The Evangelist Havering-ate-Bower


(Courtesy 1 above)

St. Wulfrum's Grantham was the first of the great spires of England when built between 1280 and 1300. The spire reaches 282 feet and is the sixth highest in England

St John of Jerusalem South Hackney Permission and Copyright Keith Wilkinson.  Keith's Site can be reached by clicking on the link below


Saint Margaret's, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire.  Permission and Copyright Kevin Quick.  Kevin's Web Site can be reached by clicking the link below






st mary's north mymms
hornchurch st andrews
ilford st mary the virgin
little ilford st mary

Saint Mary's North Mymms. Permission and Copyright Ian Cresshull.  Ian's Site can be reached by clicking on the link below


Saint Andrew's Hornchurch 

(Courtesy 1 above)

Saint Mary The Virgin, Ilford 

(Courtesy 1 above)

Saint Mary's Little Ilford 

(Courtesy 1 above)





Grosvenor Chapel Hanover Square
grays st peter and st paul

All Souls Lanhgham Place

Allhallows london wall

Saint George's Grosvenor Chapel  Hanover Square

Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Grays 

(Courtesy 1 above)

All Souls, Langham Place

All Hallows, London Wall 

(Courtesy 2 above)







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