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© Mr Alan Simpson LRPS

IoE Number: 199494
Location: CHURCH OF ALL HALLOWS, BYWARD STREET EC3
  CITY OF LONDON, CITY OF LONDON, GREATER LONDON
Photographer: Mr Alan Simpson LRPS
Date Photographed: 05 May 2002
Date listed: 04 January 1950
Date of last amendment: 04 January 1950
Grade I

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GREAT TOWER STREET EC35002(North Side)Church of All Hallows,Barking by the Tower

GREAT TOWER STREET EC3 1. 5002 (North Side) Church of All Hallows, Barking by the Tower TQ 3380 NW 17/474 4.1.50. I 2. Saxon and medieval building with brick tower of 1658 to 9. Burnt in World War II. Arcades, centre of east end, roof and steeple rebuilt to new design by Seeley and Paget. Old walls, largely refaced, are of squared rubble in C15 style. 2 storeyed north porch and vestry, late Cl9 or early C20 in ornamental gothic style. 3 storeyed, C20 south-west wing of brick and stone. Plain tower of red brick with wooden, modillion cornice and elaborate, copper covered steeple rising through circular balustrade of Portland stone. Crypt under south-east chapel. Some fittings from old church survive including canopied stone monument to Sir John Cooke, 1477, and a number of medieval brasses. Also very fine late C17 font cover, sword rests, stair balustrade etc. In crypt are remains of later C2 or C3. Roman house including part of a corridor and adjacent rooms. Ragstone walls, half timbered partitions and tessellated floor (preserved below tower) (358 and 359). Later C7 or C8. Aisleless church built of reused Roman material and incorporated in the early medieval church. Arched doorway with Roman brick drawings, probably to former porticus, at west end of church.

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