All Hallows, Honey Lane, City of London
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|History:||St Mary le Bow was united with All Hallows Honey Lane and St Pancras Soper Lane in 1670. The united parishes of St John the Evangelist Friday Street and All Hallows Bread Street were joined with St Mary, St Pancras and All Hallows Honey Lane in 1876.|
|Functions, occupations and activities:||Parishes|
|Name authority reference:||GB/NNAF/C218321|
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The united parish of St Mary le Bow with All Hallows, Honey Lane and St Pancras, Soper Lane joined with the united parishes of St John the Evangelist, Friday Street and All Hallows, Bread Street in 1876.
In 1670 St Mary le Bow parish was united to the parishes of All Hallows Honey Lane and Saint Pancras Soper Lane