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St Leonard's Shoreditch, one of the largest parishes in England, had numerous 19th century district churches and chapels associated and attached to it. Here is a list of all known churches lying within its jurisdiction:

  • All Saints Haggerston - 1855
  • Aske’s Hospital Chapel, Hackney - 1696
  • Christ Church, Hoxton - 1839
  • Geffreye’s Almshouses Chapel, Kingsland Rd - 1794
  • Holy Trinity, Beechwood Rd, Dalston - 1879
  • Holy Trinity, Bletchley St, Hoxton - 1848
  • Holy Trinity Shoreditch - 1866
  • Merchant Taylor’s School Mission -
  • St Augustine Haggerston - 1863 (part from Bethnal Green parishes)
  • St Agatha Haggerston - 1871
  • St Bartholomew Dalston – 1879
  • St Chad Haggerston - 1863
  • St Columba Haggerston - 1863
  • St Andrew Hoxton - 1863
  • St Anne Hoxton - 1865
  • St James, Curtain Road - 1839
  • St John the Baptist, Hoxton - 1826 Baptisms 1830-1854 C040371 and 1854-1875 C040372; Marriages 1836-1875 M040371
  • St Mark Old Street Road - 1848
  • St Mark Dalston w/ St. Bartholomew - 1871
  • St Mark St Mark’s Rise, Dalston - 1870
  • St Mary Haggerston Rd, Haggerston - 1829
  • St Mary Hoxton - 1866
  • St Michael, Mark St, Shoreditch - 1862
  • St Paul, Broke Rd, Haggerston - 1893
  • St Paul Haggerston - 1861
  • St Paul Haggerston - 1858
  • St Peter Hoxton Square - 1869
  • St Philip Dalston - 1844
  • St Saviour Hoxton - 1862
  • St Stephen, Goldsmith’s Row, Haggerston - 1864


1. Topographical Dictionary of London by James Elmes; published 1831

2. A Topographical Dictionary of England by Samuel Lewis (1848)

3. An alphabetical list of the parishes in Middlesex, England at http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~bpefisk/fh/Middx/ 

4. A History of the County of Middlesex, Victoria County History:  Middlesex (1962-1999), pp. 27-30. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22232  Date accessed: 18 May 2010.

5. Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales by John Marius Wilson (1870)

6. Survey of London: volumes 1-45: (1900-2000). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74439 Date accessed: 18 May 2010.


 

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