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'STRANGE' AND DERIVATIVES

Parish and Regitration District information related to outside the boundaries of the City of London
is listed under the ancient counties in which they were situated,
that is Essex, Kent, Middlesex and Surrey.
(Click for a list of the ancient City of London Parishes)
Information from generalised London sources (such as directories) is presented here. 

1.  Directories
1.1 Trade directories - London early 19th century - Some year entries 1800-1840
(source Guildhall Library, City of London)

1800 
J & W STRANGE       Cheesemongers          2 Bishopsgate
STRANGE & WEFTELLl  Glass Warehouse        Aldgate High St
Lawrence STRANGE    Merchant               14 Finsbury Place
 
1805-7
Francis STRANGE     Cooper                 30 Ironmonger Row
John STRANGE        Cheesemonger
Wm STRANGE          Cheesemonger           Bishopsgate
Tho. STRANGE        Watchmaker/Silversmith Kingston
Heather Olsen said, "This Thomas was my gggg grandfather. I have found him in a variety of
trade directories, both before and after this date"..
George STRANGE Tailor & Mercer 22 Mount St, Lambeth Richard STRANGE Staymaker 9 Warwick Street John STRANGE Baker 7 Moor Lane   1809-11 J&W STRANGE Cheesemongers Bishopsgate Geo STRANGE Tailor Lambeth John STRANGE Baker 8 Cross St John STRANGE Baker Moor Lane Thos STRANGE Bootmaker Houndsditch Thos STRANGE Biscuitmaker Hatton Garden Wm STRANGE Hatter Bromley   1815 Wm STRANGE Cheesemonger Bishopsgate   1818 Wm STRANGE Cheesemonger Bishopsgate Wm STRANGE Surgical instrument maker St Barts Hospital Jas STRANGE Plumber Oxford Street   1837 STRANGE & BRIGGS Coachmakers Mile End STRANGE Bros Tea dealers Houndsditch J STRANGE Chemist Pimlico Joseph STRANGE Salesman W. Smithfield W STRANGE Bookseller Paternoster Row W.H. STRANGE Cheesemonger W. Broadway
1838 STRANGE & BRIGGS Coachmakers Mile End STRANGE Bros Tea Dealers Houndsditch J STRANGE Chemist Pimlico Joseph STRANGE Salesman W. Smithfield W STRANGE Bookseller Paternoster Row W.H. STRANGE Cheesemonger W. Broadway Henry STRANGE Cheesemonger Bishopsgate Joseph STRANGE Cattle salesman Smithfield J STRANGE Greengrocer Chiswell St, City T&S STRANGE Grocer Houndsditch ? STRANGE Hairdresser Long Lane, Smithfield J STRANGE Chandler Brick Lane, Spitalfield T STRANGE Baker Chelsea Wm STRANGE Grocer Chelsea

1.2  Other directories
Universal British Directory 1793-1797  vol 1 London.
William STRANGE    Navy agent   2 George St Adelphi.

Law Directory 1790; List of  Counsels ,  i.e. Conveyors; Special Pleaders; and Draftsmen
Thomas Andrew STRANGE   Esq.

2.  Boyds Inhabitants of London
From Valerie Fairbrass the following were found:

29559 John STRANGE, father William STRANGE of Upton married 1818 at Hackney Ann Williams, daughter of Joseph Williams and Ann Cox. Profession : clothworker Children : 2 sons and 2 Daus

29560 Benjamin Nicholas Williams of Hackney Father : Joseph Williams of Cullum Street, EC Mother Anne Cox, dau of John Cox and Susan Married Sept 25 1817 at Enfield by licence Sarah STRANGE of Upton, dau of William STRANGE

29557 Joseph Williams of 3 Cullum Street, EC Father : Joseph Williams Mother : Elizabeth Born 1759 Married 1785 at St Michael, Cornhill Anne Cox, dau of John Cox and Susan Profession : ship insurance broker 1813 had grant of arms Will 1821.  Children bapt at St Magnus Joseph Richard mar 1810 Charlotte Hawkins; Benjamin Nicholas mar 1818 Sarah STRANGE; Elizabeth mar 1815 .Davies at Hackney; Ann mar 1818 John STRANGE

3. STRANGE Families in the Clothworkers Company
From Valerie Fairbrass the following were found:

Material gathered from the records. Note they were not clothworkers necessarily. I'd be particularly interested if anyone has connections with the first entry :
1745/6 James STRANGE son of Richard, late of Little Blunsden, Wiltshire

STRANGE Family
Records searched: Freedoms from 1725 to present

                                    Apprenticeships from 1718 to last apprentice:

1745/6  Mar 05- James STRANGE son of Richard, late of Little Blunsden, Wiltshire, Yeoman, deceased, apprenticed to Thomas Fossick. Turned over to William Corke, Cheesemonger on 8 December 1752. Made Free 3 October 1753. Elected to the Livery 12 August 1768.

1766 Sep 03 - Thomas STRANGE son of Thomas late of the parish of  St Sepulchre without Newgate, London, Porter, deceased, apprenticed to Joshua Lewis of Little Brittain, Callenderer. Made Free 8 September 1773 and described as of Little Brittain, Callenderer.

1776 Mar 06 - John STRANGE son of Thomas of Swindon, Grocer, apprenticed to James STRANGE of Bishopsgate Street, Cheesemonger.  Made Free 7 May 1783 and described as of Bishopsgate Street, Cheesemonger. Elected to the Livery 3 March 1790. Fourth Warden 1815-16. Second Warden 1816-17.Elected Master but excused service 1825. Died 14 December 1841, aged 82.

1795 Aug 12 - William STRANGE of Bishopsgate Street, Cheesemonger, made Free by Redemption. Elected to the Livery 6 December 1797. Third Warden 1823-4. First Warden 1824-5. Served as Master 1832-3. Died 15 February 1836 at Upton.

1806 Oct 01 - William Heath STRANGE son of James STRANGE of Swindon, Wiltshire, Draper, apprenticed to William STRANGE of Bishopsgate Street, Cheesemonger. Made Free 1 December 1813 and described as of Bishopsgate Street, Cheesemonger. Elected to the Livery 3 March 1819. Fined for Warden 1841.

1807 Jul 01 - John STRANGE, apprenticed to William STRANGE of Bishopsgate Street, Cheesemonger, his father. Made Free on 7 December 1814 and described as of Bishopsgate Street, Cheesemonger. Elected to the Livery 3 June 1818. Promoted to the Court 1840. Died 29 November 1841.

1819 Feb 03 - William STRANGE the Younger apprenticed to William STRANGE the Elder of Bishopsgate Street, Cheesemonger. Made Free on 5 July 1826 1814 and described as of Bishopsgate Street, Cheesemonger.

1823 Jul 02 - Thomas STRANGE apprenticed to William STRANGE of Bishopsgate Street, Cheesemonger, his father. Made Free on 3 December 1834 and described as Wholesale Grocer of Houndsditch.

1829 Mar 04 - Charles STRANGE of 2 Bishopsgate, London, son of William STRANGE made Free by Patrimony. Elected to the Livery 1 May 1833. Later of Neath, Glamorganshire.

1834 Oct 01 - Samuel STRANGE of Houndsditch, Wholesale Grocer, son of William made Free by Patrimony. Elected to the Livery 1 March 1837. Served as Master 1871-2.

1835 Mar 04 - Joseph STRANGE son of John STRANGE of St John's Wood, parish of St Marylebone, Gentleman apprenticed to Thomas STRANGE, Wholesale Grocer of Houndsditch. Not made Free.

1843 Jun 07 - Charles STRANGE of 14 Broad Way, Westminster, Cheesemonger, son of William Heath STRANGE made Free by Patrimony

4.  London Marriage Licenses 1597-1700/ Bishop of London Registry
Date licence issued

1633 Dec 11 George DABEY + Anne STRANGE
1603 Nov 14 Francis HARTELL + Ann STRANGE
1604 Nov 06 George POTTER + Elizabeth STRANGE
1631 Dec 22 Giles DENTT + Elizabeth STRANGE
1634 Aug 18 James COOKE + Elizabeth STRANGE
1628 Sep 11 Edward Piggott + Jane STRANGE
1634 Jan 02 Tilbury STRANGE + Judith SILVESTER
1634 Mar 10 Tilbury STRANGE + Mary FINICOMBE
1694 Nov 02 Samuel HERBERT + Mary STRANGE 1695 Nov 09 John BROUGH + Jane STRANGE

5.  Newspapers and Journals
The Times London Index References and Extractions
1794 to 1796
Marriages:
STRANGE - GREEN     Page 119
1795 Jun 11 A few days since at Marylebone Church, Edmund L'Estrange, sq. of the County of Westmeath, to to Miss Steel, niece to Mr & Mrs Steel of Paddington St, many years butler and housekeeper to Lord Cornwallis
1796 Feb 06 Page 187 Samuel RHODES of Islington & Miss STRANGE of Twickenham 

Deaths:
1796 Sep 10 No 3404, Page 153  at Holloway Down, Essex, Mrs STRANGE died on 8th September 1795

Extractions:
1787,  Monday, Jan 08
Friday, Mr STRANGE had the honour of presenting to their majesties, at the Queen's House, some fine impressions of the Apotheosis of Princes Octavious and Alfred, which he has lately engraved from a picture painted by Mr West in the Royal Collection.  Majesties were raucously pleased to express their highest approbation of this last work of Mr STRANGE, and, in consequence thereof, he was afterwards introduced at the Levee at St James's, where his Majesty was graciously pleased to confer on him the honour of knighthood.

1856,  June 25, pg.6; Issue 22403; col A
From the LONDON GAZETTE of Tuesday, June 24. Lord Chamberlain's-Office, May 31. Category: Official Appointments and Notices - Bankrupts
William Copeland STRANGE, Henley-on-Thames, bricklayer, July 8, at half-past 1 o'clock, August 6, at 1, at the Bankrupts' Court: solicitors, Messrs. Surr and Gribble, Abchurch-lane; official assignee, Mr. Stansfeld.
(William was my 3rd GGF! - Mike STRANGE - There is a family story that he was not paid for building work he did at Reading jail)

From Jackson's Oxford Journal ( Oxford, England ), Saturday, November 7, 1818; Issue 3420.
Married
Mr. Wm. H. STRANGE, of Bishopsgate-street, London, son of James STRANGE, Esq., banker, Swindon, to Louisa, daughter of C. L. JEFFREY, Esq., of Westminster.

6. Parishes

City of London Burials Index:
1814         Thomas STRANGE aged 60 St Mary's Woolwich. 
1820         Julia Ann STRANGE 14 mths AllHallows, Bread St
1822 Nov 03  Annabelle STRANGE St Bartholomew the Less. 
1823         William G STRANGE aged 29 St Bartholomew the less 
1824         John STRANGE aged 61 St Helen
1820         Ann STRANGE aged 70 St Andrew Undershaft 
1832         Ann STRANGE aged 30 St Faith under St Paul 
1836 Aug 04  My.? STRANGE  St Mary Somerset
1849         Maria STRANGE aged 73 St Andrew Undershaft 
1853 or 1858 William STRANGE age 44 St Mary Magdalene,Old Fish St. 
 
Bishopsgate - St Botolphs 
From Rita Robinson 
1816 Feb William STRANGE (born April 1794 in Kettering, Northamptonshire, died October 1840,)
married Jane SILVERWOOD
 
They had six children and their daughter Mary Jane STRANGE born September 1823, Broadway,
Deptford, Kent, died January 1892, Peckham, married Thomas Mayhew, July 1854 in Cuyahoga
County Ohio, they returned to England around 1858, where my G. Grandmother Madeline Mayhew
was born. Mary Jane STRANGE and Thomas Mayhew were my G.G. Grandparents.
 
Lower Thames Street - St Magnus The Martyr
From David Lamberr (dwalklam{at}comcast{dot}net)
In my Walker research, I have 
1653 Jun 07  Paul STRANGE  married Hannah WALKERr
Hannah Walker was the sister of my direct ancestor, Thomas Walker, b. ca.  1630, who 
emigrated to America ca 1650.
Paternoster - Saint Michael 
Here is the only STRAINGE baptism from the British Vital Records Index: for London
1689 May 28 William STRAINGE of William STRAINGE and Alice
St Mary Abchurch/St Lawrence Pountney
F
rom LDS film 0374483:
1822
no 168
Banns of marriage:
Edward Henry Strange Holden Batchelor and Ann Margaret Gladstone - spinster btop
Sunday 10, 17 & 24 February by J.W. Belamy
No 170
William Marshall bachelor and Amey Strange spinster botp 12, 19 & 26 May by J.W. Belamy
Marriage:
1794 Apr 23 Edward Henry Green otp of Holy Trinity in Cambridge batchelor and
Mary Strange of St Lawrence Pountney spinster license 23 April 1794 (both sign)
witnesses of R Newstanley and Ann Stalte

From Valerie Fairbrass:  Mary Strange was born in 1770 died in 1865 in Lawford, Essex, and was buried on 21 Feb 1865 in Lawford, Essex. Edward Henry Green was born about 1771, died on 14 Nov 1844 in Lawford, Essex and was buried on 21 Nov 1844 in Lawford, Essex. Mary Strange was the daughter of James Strange (1728 - 1790) and Mary Seaman. This is the Strange line from Blunsdon St Andrew/Rodbourne Cheney Wiltshire.

1822 Feb 21 Edward Henry Strange Holden bachelor and Ann Margaret Gladstone spinster botp
by banns (both sign) Witnesses James Smith and Alice Smith
1822 May 31 William Marshall bachelor and Amey Strange spinster botp by banns(both sign)
Witnesses Frances Drison and James Smith
From LDS film Film 0991432
1870 Oct 08 John Strange of full age bachelor Bookseller publisher residence St Laurence
Pountney father William Strange Bookseller Pulisher and Jane Davies of full age
spinster Kensington father Robert Henry Davies Fishmonger.
Witnesses Philip Cooper and Edith Higgs

Duke's Place - St James Marriages:
1667 Mar 25 Wm. STAINNG & Margaet PARK
1680 Feb 22 Edmond PLATT , bach, & Elizabeth ASCUMES. John STRANGE was witness.


7. Oddments
A Marine STRANGE Reference
There are marine STRANGE references to Capt Harry STRANGE. Capt Tom STRANGE and Mrs T.STRANGE, they were notable Thames barge skippers, in "Sailing Barges" by Frank G.G.Carr and "Down Tops'l" by Hervey Benham.

Capt Harry STRANGE was the skipper of the barge "Cock o' the Walk", which had carved on the counter a gilded cockerel with the words "While I live I'll crow". Apparently this very attractive vessel was unbeatable under his command, until sunk by the Germans in WW1.  Harry STRANGE had a brother Tom, who was also a barge skipper and owned the "Davenport". They were both famed for their long distance voyages (for a Sailing Barge), going as far a field as Bantry Bay, Donegal and the Shetland Islands (about 1890). Tom's wife was from Belgium, and Carr adds rather ungallantly, that she was a very large lady.    

Hervey Benham adds that they were from six barging brothers, who hailed from the Ipswich family of STRANGE. In "Spritsail Barges of Thames and Medway", by Edgar J March. It states that the "Davenport" grounded on the redoubt at Eastbourne,early on the morning of February 27th 1936, when bound from Plymouth to Sheerness with a cargo of firebricks. Her crew of three and two dogs, were rescued by the motor lifeboat "Jane Holland". No mention is made of the fate of the barge, or the identity of the crew. But I wonder if either of the brothers might have been a little long in the tooth, as I get the impression that by 1890, Harry was an established and well respected skipper  If anyone is related to the above, I am sure that they will be fully aware of Harry and Tom STRANGE very interesting history. But if not, it's well worth reading the above books, as well as "Mistleyman's  Log" by Chubb Horlock.  

Both Benham and Carr have a lot more anecdotes and details of their careers and adventurers.


This came from the City of London Workhouse Records:
Creed RC, Address 3, Gravel Lane, Strange, Mary A, b 1827, Common Fund, Entry 6.Feb 1878, 5 August 1878, dead.
C of E, Casual Ward, Strange, William, b 1820, Common Fund, Entry 10 Jun 1881, discharged 30 Sep 1881


From London inhabitants within the walls : index to 80 parish assessments May - July 1695.
London Record Society, vol 2. 1966

STRANGE
Ann, servant St John Zachary
Edw., bach, St Mary Bothaw
Joa. Christ Church
Marg, serv. St Martin, Ludgate
Wm, goldbeater, property over 600; Susa, wife. St Mildred, Poultry


From London Merchants in 1677 - "Nath Strange Swithin's Lane. at a packer's.


Appendix

City of London Parishes
Aldgate - See Holy Trinity Minories
Aldersgate (Formerly St Mary Axe) Wesleyan
Allhallows The Great - United With St Michael Paternoster Royal (1893) - See Also St James, Duke's Place
Allhallows The Less - United With Allhallows The Great (1670)
Allhallows Bread Street - United With St Mary Le Bow (1876)
Allhallows Honey Lane - United With St Mary Le Bow (1670)
Allhallows Lombard Street - United With St Edmund The King And Martyr (1937)
Allhallows London Wall
Allhallows Staining - United With St Olave Hart Street
All Saints Skinner Streeet - United With St Botolph Bishopsgate (1869)
Austin Friars Dutch Reform
Bevis Marks Synagogue
Bishopsgate Bapt Z
Irvingite
Bridewell Chapel - United With St Bride Fleet Street (1864)
Christchurch Greyfriars - See Christ-church Newgate Street
Christchurch Newgate Street - United With St Sepulchre Holborn (1954)
Fleet Prison And Rules Of The Fleet  - See Also Old Red Hand And Mitre Chapel
French Church - See Threadneedle Street
Guildhall Chapel - Chapel Demolished (1822)
Holy Sepulchre Without Newgate - See St Sepulchre Holborn
Holy Trinity Gough Square - United With St Bride Fleet Street (1906)
Holy Trinity Minories - United With St Botolph Aldgate (1893)
Holy Trinity The Less - United With St Michael Queenhithe (1670) And St James Garlickhythe (1875)
Lamb's Chapel Monkwell Street Ext
Mitre Chapel - See Old Red Hand And Mitre Chapel
Old Red Hand And Mitre Chapel
Rules Of The Fleet - See Fleet Prison
St Alban Wood Street - United With St Vedast Foster Lane (1954)
St Alphage London Wall - United With St Giles Cripplegate (1954) - See Also St Mary Aldermanbury
St Andrew Holborn
St Andrew Hubbard - United With St Mary At Hill (1670)
St Andrew Undershaft - United With St Mary Axe
St Andrew By The Wardrobe - See Also St Ann Blackfriars
St Ann Blackfriars - United With St Andrew By The Wardrobe (1670)
St Anne &St Agnes -United With St Vedast Foster Lane(1954) - See Also St John Zachary
St Antholin Budge Row - United With St John The Baptist Walbrook (C1670) And St Mary Aldermary (1873)
St Augustine Watling Street -United With St Faith Under St Paul (C1674) And St Mary Le Bow (1954)
St Bartholomew By The Exchange - United With St Margaret Lothbury(1839) - Demolished (1841) And Rebuilt (1850) As St Bartholomew Moor Lane
St Bartholomew Moor Lane - United With St Giles Cripplegate (1966)
St Bartholomew The Great
St Bartholomew The Less
St. Bartholomew's Hospital Burial Ground, Seward Street
St Benet Fink - United With St Peter Le Poer (1842) And St Michael Cornhill (1906)
St Benet Gracechurch - United With Allhallows Lombard Street (1864) And St Edmund The King And Martyr (1937) - See Also St Leonard Eastcheap
St Benet Paul's Wharf - United With St Nicholas Cole Abbey (1879)- See Also St Peter Pauls Wharf Welsh Congregation From 1879
St Benet Sherehog - United With St Stephen Walbrook (1670)
St Botolph (Without) Aldersgate
St Botolph Billingsgate - United With St George Botolph Lane (1670) And St Mary At Hill (1901)
St Botolph (Without) Bishopsgate
St Bride Fleet Street
St Christopher Le Stocks - United With St Margaret Lothbury (1781)
St Clement Eastcheap - See Also St Martin Orgar
St Dionis Backchurch - United With Allhallows Lombard Street (1876) And St Edmund The King And Martyr (1937)
St Dunstan In The East - United With Allhallows Barking By The Tower (1960)
St Dunstan In The West Ext
St Edmund The King And Martyr - See Also St Nicholas Acons, Allhallows Lombard Street, St Leonard Eastcheap, St Benet Gracechurch And St Dionis Backchurch
St Ethelburga Bishopsgate
St Ewin United With Christchurch Newgate Street (1547)
St Faith Under St Paul - United With St Augustine Watling Street (1670) And St Mary Le Bow (1954)
St Gabriel Fenchurch - United With St Margaret Pattens (1670)
St George Botolph Lane - United With St Mary At Hill (1901)
St Giles Cripplegate - See Also St Bartholomew Moor Lane, St Alphage London Wall And St Mary Aldermanbury - Includes (From 1966) St Luke Old Street, St Mary Charterhouse And St Paul Peartree Street (All Middlesex)
St Gregory By St Paul - United With St Mary Magdelen Old Fish Street (1670) And St Sepulchre Holborn (1954)
St Helen Bishopsgate
St James Duke's Place - United With St Katherine Cree
St James Garlickhythe - See Also Holy Trinity The Less And St Michael Queenhithe
St James In The Wall - See Lamb's Chapel Monkwell Street
St John The Baptist Walbrook - United With St Antholin Budge Row (1670) And St Mary Aldermary (1873)
St John The Evangelist Friday Street - United With Allhallows Bread Street(1670) And St Mary Le Bow(1876)
St John Zachary - United With St Anne &St Agnes(1670) And St Vedast Foster Lane(1954)
St Katherine Coleman - United With St Olave Hart Street (1921)
St Katherine Cree - See Also St James Duke's Place
St Lawrence Jewry - See Also St Mary Magdalen Milk Street And St Michael Bassishaw
St Lawrence Pountney - United With St Mary Abchurch (1670)
St Leonard Eastcheap - United With St Benet Gracechurch Street (1670) Allhallows Lombard Street (1864) And St Edmund The King And Martyr (1937)
St Leonard Foster Lane - United With Christchurch Newgate Street (1670) And St Sepulchre Holborn (1954)
St Magnus The Martyr - See Also St Margaret New Fish Street Hill And St Michael Crooked Lane
St Margaret Lothbury - See Also St Christopher Le Stocks, St Bartholomew By The Exchange, St Olave Jewry, St Martin Pomeroy, St Mildred Poultry And St Mary Colechurch
St Margaret Moses - United With St Mildred Bread Street(1670) And St Mary Le Bow (1954)
St Margaret New Fish Street - United With St Magnus The Martyr (1670)
St Margaret Pattens - See Also St Gabriel Fenchurch
St Martin Ludgate - See Also St Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street And St Gregory By St Paul
St Martin Orgar - United With St Clement Eastcheap (1670)
St Martin Outwich - United With St Helen Bishopsgate (1873)
St Martin Pomeroy - United With St Olave Jewry (1670) And St Margaret Lothbury (1886)
St Martin Vintry - United With St Michael Paternoster Royal (1670)
St Mary Abchurch Ext - See Also St Lawrence Pountney
St Mary Aldermanbury - United With St Alphage London Wall (1917) And St Giles Cripplegate (1954)
St Mary Aldermary - See Also St Thomas The Apostle, St Antolin Budge Row And St John The Baptist Walbrook
St Mary At Hill - See Also St Andrew Hubbard
St Mary Bothaw - United With St Swithin London Stone (1670) And St Stephen Walbrook (1954)
St Mary Axe United With St Andrew Undershaft (C1561) - See Also Aldersgate
St Mary Le Bow - See Also Allhallows Honey Lane, St Pancras Soper Lane, Allhallows Bread Street And St John The Evangelist Friday Street
St Mary Colechurch Ext - United With St Mildred Poultry(1670), St Olave Jewry (1871) And St Margaret Lothbury (1886)
St Mary Magdalen Milk Street - United With St Lawrence Jewry (1670)
St Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street - United With St Martin Ludgate (1890)
St Mary Mounthaw - United With St Mary Somerset And St Nicholas Cole Abbey (1886)
St Mary Somerset - United With St Nicholas Cole Abbey (1866) - See Also St Mary Mounthaw
St Mary Staining - United With St Michael Wood Street (1670), St Alban Wood Street (1884) And St Vedast Foster Lane (1954)
St Mary Woolchurch Haw - United With St Mary Woolnoth (1670)
St Mary Woolnoth - See Also St Mary Woolchurch Haw
St Matthew Friday Street - See Also St Peter Westcheap - United With St Vedast Foster Lane (1882)
St Michael Bassishaw - United With St Lawrence Jewry (1897)
St Michael Cornhill - See Also St Peter Le Poer And St Benet Fink
St Michael Crooked Lane - United With St Magnus The Martyr (1831) - See Also St Margaret New Fish Street
St Michael Le Querne - United With St Vedast Foster Lane
St Michael Paternoster Royal - See Also St Martin Vintry
St Michael Queenhithe - United With St James Garlickhythe (1875) - See Also Holy Trinity The Less
St Michael Wood Street - See Also St Mary Staining - United With St Alban Wood Street (1894) And St Vedast Foster Lane (1954)
St Mildred Bread Street - See Also St Margaret Moses; United With St Mary Le Bow (1954)
St Mildred Poultry Ext - See Also St Mary Colechurch - United With St Olave Jewry (1871) And St Margaret Lothbury (1886)
St Nicholas Acons - United With St Edmund The King &Martyr (1670)
St Nicholas Cole Abbey - See Also St Nicholas Olave, St Mary Somerset, St Mary Mounthaw, St Benet Paul's Wharf And St Peter Paul's Wharf
St Nicholas Olave - United With St Nicholas Cole Abbey (1670)
St Nicholas Shambles - United With Christ-church Newgate Street (1547)
St Olave Hart Street - See Also Allhallows Staining And St Katherine Coleman
St Olave Old Jewry - See Also St Martin Pomeroy, St Mildred Poultry And St Mary Colechurch; United With St Mary Lothbury (1886)
St Olave Silver Street - United With St Alban Wood Street (1670) And St Vedast Foster Lane (1954)
St Pancras Soper Lane - United With St Mary Le Bow (1670)
St Paul's Cathedral - See Also St Gregory By St Paul
St Peter Cornhill
St Peter Le Poer - United With St Michael Cornhill(1906) - See Also St Benet Fink
St Peter Paul's Wharf - United With St Benet Paul's Wharf (1670) And St Nicholas Cole Abbey (1879)
St Peter Westcheap - United With St Matthew Friday Street (1670) And St Vedast Foster Lane (1887)
St Sepulchre Holborn
St Stephen Coleman Street - United With St Margaret Lothbury (1954)
St Stephen Walbrook - See Also St Benet Sherehog
St Swithin London Stone - See Also St Mary Bothaw - United With St Stephen Walbrook (1954)
St Thomas The Apostle - United With St Mary Aldermary (1670)
St Thomas In The Liberty Of The Rolls - United With St Dunstan In The West (1886)
St Vedast Foster Lane - See Also St Michael Le Querne, St Matthew Friday Street And St Peter Westcheap
Temple Church
Threadneedle Street French Church
Welsh Congregation - See St Benet Paul's Wharf
Whitefriars Precinct - See St Bride Fleet Street And St Dunstan In The West - United With Holy Trinity Gough Square (1842)