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Memorial inscriptions at the East India Company Chapel, Poplar.

Tony Fuller

Memorial inscriptions at the East India Company Chapel, Poplar.

by Tony Fuller

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Published by Armenians in India Press in Hornchurch .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsSt. Matthias (Church : Poplar, England)
The Physical Object
Pagination[67]p. :
Number of Pages67
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18195916M

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Thomas Rhode's father was a minor gentleman who held property in Ayton Magna, Yorkshire and in South Mimms, Middlesex. Susannah Coulson was the sister and heir of Thomas Coulson (died ), MP for Totnes on three occasions, –95, – and – and a director of the East India Company. John Wheler (), vicar of Mareham le Fenn, Lincolnshire, and chaplain of the East India Company's chapel at Poplar: sermons (12) and diary entries by Wheler and another family member (P/WHE) Tyne and Wear Archives Service. Brighton Road United Reformed Church: Sunday School minutes and accounts, treasurers accounts (C.

The church of St. Matthias, Poplar in the East End of London, was the East India Company chapel. In the inhabitants petitioned the East India Company to give them a piece of ground on which to erect a chapel and a house for the chaplain. FIBIS Journal Number 40 (Autumn ) Editorial – page 2; An IMS Surgeon in East Africa by Ann Crichton Harris – page 3; An Indian Army Unit in East and West Africa – by Bill Hall – page 9 ‘Knowing that some are spending their last half-hour on earth': The Indian Army in the Middle East by Tim Willasey-Wilsey – page 17; BACSA and the Cemeteries of British India' by Stephen.


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Memorial inscriptions at the East India Company Chapel, Poplar by Tony Fuller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Whilst researching the memorial inscriptions in St Matthias Church in Poplar, I came across the memorial of Margaret Woolmore, the wife of John Woolmore, a Captain in the East India Company s (HEIC/HEIC s) Marine Service. The East India Company had many of its ships built in the Blackwall Yard and erected almshouses and a chapel.

The Chapel was built as a chapelry of Stepney, but in Poplar became a parish and a new church (All Saints) was built. Inas the population of the hamlet began to grow, the East India Company ceded a piece of land upon which to build a chapel and this became the nucleus of the settlement. St Matthias Old Church is located on Poplar High Street, opposite Tower Hamlets y: England.

The East India Company. The East India Company established a shipyard and docks in Blackwall in The docks came to be owned by Poplar. book East India Dock Company, which considerably extended them in the nineteenth century; and in turn by the Port of London Authority, in the twentieth.

Typed Index to Burial Dues Book,Tower Hamlets Library, Local Studies Centre, TH//4 A List of mural tablets in the Church of St Matthias, Poplar together with copies of their inscriptions, (), author unknown, C19th Tower Hamlets Library, Local Studies Centre, TH//7 Poplar Chapel; Monumental Inscriptions, A.

The East India Dock Company's response was also lukewarm and it felt that there was a need for more 'Places of Public Worship, especially for the Lower Classes who most required it for Instruction in their religious Duties'.

The replacement of the chapel, with sittings, by a church with 2, would provide a net gain of only 1, Area of East London ‹ The template Infobox UK place is being considered for conversion to a wrapper. › Poplar All Saints Church.

East India Company Chapel, Poplar Poplar, Middlesex Poplar. book London (Baptist) Tabernacle, Mile End Mile End John Groser Memorial Trust, Tower Hamlets Tower Hamlets, NRA East India Co: Poplar Chapel and almshouses NRA As early as the East India Company provided its burgeoning riverside workforce with a chapel on the north side of Poplar High Street.

The area was then in the parish of St Dunstan, Stepney, whose church was considered too far away for employees of the company’s docks to attend. Book of Deeds of Manumissions of Slaves, (Kent, City of London Burials Civil Service Evidence of Age Cleveland Baptisms Cleveland Marriages Cleveland Memorial Inscriptions Clifton Road Cemetery Memorial Early emigration from Britain East India Company Pensions East India Register & Army.

Poplar Recreation Ground. Built originally in by the East India Company as a chapel of ease close to the docks, it is the only example in London of a church built during the Commonwealth that still survives. The upper picture shows the arms of the East India Company on the ceiling above the nave.

Poplar was the home of many docks, including the large East and West India dock sites and played a significant role in London’s life as a port. The area was home to many different sea-related industries, including warehousing, ship building and rope making.

The East India Company built the area’s church in. In succeeding Stuart times, the (Honourable) East India Company built a chapel here for its workers in nearby Blackwall. Actually, although building work on the chapel commenced induring the Civil War, it was not completed untilduring the inter-regnum between the execution of Charles I in and the restoration of Charles II in.

Showing of records. View 15 / 30 / 60 results. West Haddon - WW1 Roll Of Honour. St Mary's Church - WW1 Window. Mary's Church - WW2 Light. Ardgour Parish Church - WW2.

16th Canadian General Hospital. Barrow Island Thanksgiving for Victory. County Borough Of Bolton Tramways Department WW1 Board. Netherseale (netherseal). An old minute book states that " although the HISTORY OF POPLAR. 9 repairs were performed chiefly at the repeated instances of Dr.

Woodward (the chaplain) and the East India Company, yet since no manner of provision hath been made for defraying the said charges, we think it reasonable that the dues should be appropriated to the defraying of the. The Church of St Matthias was built in –4 as a chapel for the hamlet of Poplar and Blackwall and is the only church from the Interregnum still standing in London.

It was erected in the grounds of the East India Company's almshouse, which had been founded in in Poplar High Street. St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick – Smallcombe Cemetery – Memorial Inscriptions Bathwick LHS D-8 Names Inscriptions Notes D.C Emma Trevenen () Edward Trevenen () South: EMMA TREVENEN WIDOW OF REVD EDWARD TREVENEN East: DAUGHTER OF STRICKLAND BART DIED FEBRUARY 22 AGED Slab with a riased cross on the upper surface.

In succeeding Stuart times, the (Honourable) East India Company built a chapel here for its workers in nearby Blackwall. Actually, although building work on the chapel commenced induring the Civil War, it was not completed untilduring the inter-regnum between the execution of Charles I in and the restoration of Charles II in.

As early as the East India Company provided its burgeoning riverside workforce with a chapel on the north side of Poplar High Street. The area was then in the parish of St Dunstan, Stepney, whose church was considered too far away for employees of the company’s docks to attend.

The Haileybury records relate to the recruitment and training of the Company's writers and civil servants at the East India College, Haileybury (), and include appointment papers of the East India Company's civil servants () J/1/, giving details of parentage and educational attainment (the series is incomplete).

St. Matthias, Poplar's oldest church, originally known as Poplar Chapel, since added to and considerably altered, was erected in as the Chapel of the East India Company, which had a chapel in the vicinity over a century earlier, as mentioned above.

Inthe edifice, dedicated to St. Matthias, became the church of an ecclesiastical parish.It is now stored in the small organ bellows room at the south-east corner of the church, to which there is no public access.

Retention inside the church has protected the stone from weathering, so the shallow-carved lettering is well-preserved. It is the oldest surviving memorial inscription at St Leonard's.Armed Forces & Conflict 1st Sportsman's Battalion, Royal Fusiliers Worldwide Army Index Afghan War, Fallen Officers & Victoria Cross Recipients Airmen Died in the Great War, Anglo-Boer War Records Army Deserters Army List August Army Roll of Honour Birmingham City Battalions Birmingham Employers Roll of .