1 Dec 2005, 3:52 a.m. - in Aqua Scripto

see Restoration London: P47/48: Liza Picard: the invention of Candle snuffer at This Roman Catholic church under the Protection of the Queen Mother Henrietta Maria [located in the Savoy {?}}.

31 May 2007, 3:03 a.m. - Terry Foreman

Map showing location of the Savoy, on the Strand, 1755 The Savoy Church was another important place of worship for Huguenot refugees. In 1661 Huguenots held services in the Savoy Hospital chapel. http://www.corpoflondon.gov.uk/corporation/lma_learning/schoolmate/French/sm_french_timeline_image.asp?ID=SM0026.jpg

31 May 2007, 8:43 a.m. - Michael Robinson

Savoy Chapel, Strand, London: The Savoy Chapel is a unique place of worship, and a site with special significance to the Duchy of Lancaster. http://www.duchyoflancaster.co.uk/output/page29.asp also:- The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy has a long association with the Duchy of Lancaster. http://www.duchyoflancaster.co.uk/output/page42.asp and:- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savoy_Palace

15 Jul 2015, 2:14 p.m. - Bill

“The French church in the Savoy” was established by Charles II. It was removed to Bloombury Street, and the present building, designed by Ambrose Poynter, architect, 1845-46. The Common Prayer Book in French is still used there. ---Wheatley, 1899. The Bloomsbury church was demolished in 1925. French Protestant Church: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/bloomsbury-project/institutions/french_protestant_church.htm


Chart showing the number of references in each month of the diary’s entries.