Appendix No. 1
Schedule of Wren's City Churches

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'Appendix No. 1: Schedule of Wren's City Churches', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in London, Volume 4: The City (1929), pp. 199. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=120269 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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APPENDIX No. 1.

Schedule of cost and dates of erection of the City-churches designed by Sir Christopher Wren.

(From the original book of accounts in the Bodleian Library, abstracted in Archaeologia Vol. LXVI.)

£s.d.
1670–79 St. Olave Old Jewry (destroyed, except tower, 1888)5580 4 10
1670–71 St. Dunstan in the East (re-built, except tower, 1817–18)1075 18 2
1670–87 St. Michael Wood Street (destroyed 1894)2554 12 11
1672–87 St. Stephen Walbrook7652 13 8
1670–86 St. Mary Aldermanbury5237 3 6
1671–81 St. Nicholas Cole Abbey5042 6 11
1676–87 St. Michael Queenhithe (destroyed 1876)4354 3 8
1676–87 S.S. Anne and Agnes2448 0 10
1670–76 St. Mary at Hill3980 12 3
1671–79 St. George Botolph Lane (destroyed 1903–4)4509 4 10
1674–86 St. Bartholomew Exchange (destroyed 1841)5077 1 1
1674–81 St. Stephen Coleman Street4020 16 6
1676–82 St. Michael Bassishaw (destroyed 1899)2822 17 1
1670–75 St. Christopher le Stocks (destroyed 1781)2098 12 7
1670–73 St. Vedast Foster Lane1853 15 6
1670–77 St. Sepulchre4993 4 0
1670–77 St. Mary Woolnoth (re-built 1716–27)3457 15 9
1670–79 St. Mildred Poultry (destroyed 1872)46549
1670–81 St. Benet Fink (destroyed 1842–44).4129 1610
1670–80 St. Mary le Bow8071 18 1
1671–83 " Tower7388 8
1670–86 St. Lawrence Jewry11,870 1 9
1670–84 St. Bride11,430 5 11
1670–86 St. Dionis Backchurch (destroyed 1878)5737 10 8
1670–77 St. Michael Cornhill4686 10 4
1671–87 St. Magnus9579 19 10
1670–79 St. Edmund King and Martyr5207 11 0
1677–91 Christ Church11,778 9 6
1677–87 St. James Garlickhithe5357 12 10
1677–87 St. Peter Cornhill5647 8 2
1677–85 St. Benet Paul's Wharf3328 18 10
1677–87 St. Martin Ludgate5378 9 7
1677–87 All Hallows the Great (destroyed 1894)5641 9 9
1677–87 St. Swithin4687 4 6
1677–87 All Hallows Bread Street (destroyed 1877)3348 7 2
1680–87 St. Augustine3145 3 10
1678–91 St. Antholin (destroyed 1874)5685 5 10¾
1681–87 St. Mildred Bread Street3705 13
1681–87 St. Benet Gracechurch (destroyed 1867)4583 9
1681–87 St. Mary Abchurch4922 2
1683–87 St. Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street (destroyed 1887)4291 12
1681–87 St. Matthew Friday Street (destroyed 1881)2301 8 2
1683–87 St. Clement Eastcheap4362 3
1682–87 St. Alban Wood Street3165 0 8
1684–89 St. Margaret Pattens4986 18 8
1684–94 St. Michael Crooked Lane (destroyed 1831)4541 5 11
1686–95 St. Margaret Lothbury5340 8 1
1686–94 St. Mary Somerset (destroyed, except tower, 1867)6579 18
1686–94 All Hallows Lombard Street8058 15 6
1685–95 St. Andrew Wardrobe7060 16 11
1686–94 St. Michael Paternoster Royal7455 7 9

N.B.—The churches of St. Andrew Holborn and St. Mary Aldermary are not included in the book of accounts.