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All Saints-in-the-Jewry churchyard

History of All Saints churchyard

All Saints circa 1840

All Saints Church, 1865 (J Palmer Clarke)

All Saints Church in Trinity Street before demolition c 1860 (photo A Nicholls MoC24/46A))


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The church, All Saints-in-the-Jewry, was pulled down in 1865 in favour of Bodley’s new church in Jesus Lane. Its tower stood astride the pavement. There is a Gothic monument to the church, 1880, by Champneys which is a listed building.

All Saints in “the Jewry.”, from Leaflets of Local Lore by Urbs Camboritum (Cambs Collection)

Urbs Camboritum

All Saints in the Jewry site, Trinity Street (MoC125/51)

Trinity Street 1890 (photo Hill and Saunders)

Trinity Street circa 1910 (Cambridgeshire Collection)



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