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All of these City of London churches were rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London in 1666, except St Alphage London Wall and St Martin Orgar. Sometimes there is still some sign a place of worship was once there. Parish register details were often transferred to the subsuming parish. Contents 1 Completely demolished 2 Tower remains 3 References 4 See also 5 Bibliography // Completely demolished Church name Location Date of demolition Subsuming parish All Hallows Bread Street Bread Street 1878 St Mary-le-Bow All Hallows Lombard Street Lime Street Passage 1939[1] St Edmund the King and Martyr/All Hallows Twickenham All-Hallows-the-Great Upper Thames Street 1894 St. Michael Paternoster Royal St Alphage London Wall[2] Opposite Brewers' Company 1924 St Mary Aldermanbury St Antholin, Budge Row Budge Row 1874 St Antholin, Nunhead St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange Bartholomew Lane 1891 St Margaret Lothbury St. Benet Fink Threadneedle Street 1846 St Peter le Poer St. Benet Gracechurch Gracechurch Street 1868 All Hallows Lombard Street St Christopher le Stocks[3] Broad Street Ward 1871 St Margaret Lothbury St Dionis Backchurch Fenchurch Street 1878 All Hallows Lombard Street St. George Botolph Lane Botolph Lane 1904 St Mary-at-Hill St. Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street Old Fish Street 1893 St Martin, Ludgate St. Matthew Friday Street Cheapside 1865[4] St Vedast alias Foster St. Michael Bassishaw Basinghall Street 1900 St Lawrence Jewry St. Michael, Crooked Lane Approach to London Bridge 1831 St Magnus the Martyr St. Michael Queenhithe Queenhithe 1876 St James Garlickhythe St Michael Wood Street Corner of Gresham and Wood Streets 1897 St James Garlickhythe St Mildred, Bread Street Bread Street 1940-1941 St Mary-le-Bow St Mildred, Poultry Gresham Street 1872 St Olave Old Jewry St Stephen Coleman Street Coleman Street 1940 St Margaret Lothbury St Swithin, London Stone Cannon Street 1940 St Stephen Walbrook Tower remains Church name Location Date of demolition Subsuming parish Christ Church Greyfriars Newgate Street 1940 St Sepulchre-without-Newgate St Alban, Wood Street Wood Street 1940 St Vedast Foster Lane St Augustine Watling Street Watling Street 1941 St Mary-le-Bow St Dunstan-in-the-East St Dunstan's Hill 1941 All Hallows by the Tower St Martin Orgar Martin Lane 1820 St Clement Eastcheap St. Mary Somerset Upper Thames Street 1871 St Nicholas Cole Abbey St. Olave Old Jewry Old Jewry 1891 St Margaret Lothbury References ^ Rebuilt at All Hallows Twickenham ^ Not rebuilt until 1777 ^ (Reynolds,1922) asserts that this was the first saveable church to be demolished as the City's residential population declined in the second half of the 19th century. ^ This is disputed (Huelin, 1996). See also List of Churches destroyed in the Great Fire and not rebuilt List of Christopher Wren churches in London Bibliography Betjeman, John (1967 (reprint 1992)), Sovereign City of London Churches, Andover: Pitkin, ISBN 0853725659  Huelin, G (1996), Vanished Churches of the City of London, London: Guildhall Library Publications, ISBN 0900422424  Reynolds, H (1922), The Churches of the City of London, London: The Bodley Head Limited