Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
The overlays that highlight 17th century London features are approximate and derived from:
There is a little information about this church here: http://www.geocities.com/TheTropics/Cabana/9424...
"No other London church has had so short a life as St Anne's. On Tuesday 4th September 1666 the raging furnace took it while still in its prime. Although the Great Fire left this area a devastated ruin, there was one tiny row of houses that remained almost untouched. To the west of the church, separated by Church Entry, was Fleur-de-Lys Court, and whilst the hungry flames roared about the walls of St Anne's they were prevented form leaping across to the Court by the intervening open space.
The church of St Anne was never rebuilt; its parish was amalgamated with that of St Andrew by the Wardrobe. Its graveyard, however, remains to this day; protected behind iron railings with a central gateway it is laid out with shrubbery and seating."
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