St Alphage London Wall

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St Alphage, the church of is situated in Aldermanbury and London wall, having an interest for each.  It derives its name from St Alphage or Elphage, a noble Saxon saint, and Archbishop of Canterbury, who was murdered at Greenwich by the Danes, in the year 1013
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St Alphage, the church of is situated in Aldermanbury and London wall, having an interest for each.  It derives its name from St Alphage or Elphage, a noble Saxon saint, and Archbishop of Canterbury, who was murdered at Greenwich by the Danes, in the year 1013 the former church, which was a small

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St Alphage, the church of is situated in Aldermanbury and London wall, having an interest for each. It derives its name from St Alphage or Elphage, a noble Saxon saint, and Archbishop of Canterbury, who was murdered at Greenwich by the Danes, in the year 1013 the former church, which was a small