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Identification

St. Mary Islington
St. Mary's Islington
250999

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Structure in General

church
existing [completed]

Usages

church

Facts

  • The church occupies a site which has been used by several earlier successors dating back to the 12th century.
  • The budget for the church's construction was £6,319 as of July 13th, 1751; the final cost including bells and organ was £7,350.
  • The foundation stone was laid by James Colebrook Esq. on 28th August, 1751.
  • The design of the church was inspired by St. Bride's Church, St. Mary-le-Bow Church and St. Leonard's Church.
  • The church was opened on Sunday 26th May, 1754.
  • The main body of the church was rebuilt in the 1950s (with re-dedication in 1956) following damage sustained during World War II.

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Location

Upper Street
Upper Street
N1
Islington
London
England
United Kingdom

Technical Data

164.00 ft
164.00 ft
1751
1754
1956

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