All Hallows Bread Street and St John the Evangelist is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of London.
All Hallows Bread Street Ancient Parish and St John the Evangelist, Friday Street Ancient Parish united in 1670. This combined parish was united with St Mary le Bow in 1876.
All Hallows Bread Street was a parish church in the Bread Street ward of the City of London. It stood on the east side of Bread Street, on the corner with Watling Street. First mentioned in the 13th century, the church was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666. The church was rebuilt by the office of Sir Christopher Wren and demolished in 1878.
Parish church: All Saints and St. John the Evangelist
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This church derives its name from being dedicated to All Saints, and the other from St. John the Evangelist, as very plainly appears. History is silent as to the time of its foundation, which, however, is ancient. It was rebuilt about the year 1620, demolished by the dreadful fire in 1666, and rebuilt in 1697, which cost £3348. 7s. 2d. It is a rectory in the gift of his grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, and in the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, who present alternately. His grace the Archbishop of Canterbury will have the next presentation. Rated in the King’s books at £37. 13s. 9d. Value, per act of parliament 44 Geo. III., £233. 6s. 8d.
Rector, Rev. T. G. Andrews. Lecturer, Rev. R. Watts. Parish-clerk, Mr. R. Jeune. Divine service at 11 and 3.
In this church is a lecture every Thursday morning at 11 o’clock, according to the will of a Mr. Elliott. There are likewise three other gift sermons, one on the 25th of July, in commemoration of the defeat of the Spanish Armada; one on the 5th of November, and one on St. James’s day.
The vestries are general. — 2 bells. — About 100 houses.
The parish of Alhallows extends on the north side of Watling street from No. 74 to 82, and on the south side from No. 16 to 24, including in this compass part of Bread-street, the back part of certain premises now in the occupation of Messrs. Weeken, &c.
St. John’s boundaries commence at No. 83, north side of Watling-street, and extend as far as No. 91; and on the south they begin at 13, and end at 15, including divers dwellings in Friday-street.
Source: London parishes: containing the situation, antiquity, and re-building of the churches within the bills of mortality. B. Weed 1824
All Hallows, Bread Street (Parish : London, England),Bannerman, William Bruce, 1862-1933,St. John the Evangelist (Parish : London, England)All Hallows, Bread Street, and of St. John the Evangelist, Friday Street Parish registers