List of demolished churches in the City of London facts for kids
This is a list of churches in the City of London which were rebuilt after the Great Fire of London (or in a later date) but have been demolished since then. All were designed by Sir Christopher Wren except All Hallows Staining, Holy Trinity Gough Square, St Alphage London Wall, St James Duke's Place, St Katherine Coleman, St Martin Outwich, St Peter le Poer and the non-Anglican churches and chapels.
Sometimes there is still some sign that a place of worship was once there. Parish register details were often transferred to the subsuming parish.
|Image||Church name||Location||Rebuilt||Date of demolition||Subsuming parish|
|All Hallows Staining||Mark Lane||1674||1870||St Olave Hart Street|
|Christ Church Greyfriars||Newgate Street||1677-91||1940||St Sepulchre-without-Newgate|
|St Alban, Wood Street||Wood Street||1682-87||1940||St Vedast Foster Lane|
|St Augustine Watling Street||Watling Street||1680-87||1941||St Mary-le-Bow|
|St Dunstan-in-the-East||St Dunstan's Hill||1698||1941||All Hallows by the Tower|
|St Mary Somerset||Upper Thames Street||1686-94||1871||St Nicholas Cole Abbey|
|St Olave Old Jewry||Old Jewry||1670-79||1887||St Margaret Lothbury|
|Image||Church name||Location||Built||Date of demolition||Denomination|
|Albion Chapel||Finsbury Pavement||1816||1875||Scottish Presbyterian chapel|
|Finsbury Chapel||East Street||1825||1891||Congregational chapel|
|French Protestant Church||St Martin's Le Grand||1843||1888||French Protestant (Huguenot) church|
|South Place Chapel||South Place||1824||1927||Unitarian chapel|
|St Martin Orgar||Martin Lane||1820||French Protestant (Huguenot) chapel|
|St Mary Moorfields||Blomfield Street||1820||1899||Roman Catholic pro-cathedral|
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