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Allhallows Barking by the Tower,
(0.62 mi. east of city centre) London

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Victorian City of London Churches (Church of England a.k.a. Anglican)) and FamilySearch.Org
Allhallows Barking By The Tower (a.k.a. Allhallows by the Tower) was damaged by the Great Fire of 1666, and rebuilt shortly thereafter. It was destroyed again in 1940, but rebuilt 1948-1957. St Dunstan in the East was united with Allhallows Barking in 1960. Parish records are held by the incumbent Vicar at the Allhallows: baptisms from 1558; marriages from 1564; and burials from 1558 (Allhallows Porch Room, Bywood Street EC3R 5BJ) The records of this parish are apparently not entered in the IGI:
4 Jan 1578/9 All Hallows Barking, London. Christened: John ARCHDALE (Archdale Memoirs)
John is the s/o Martin and Barbara SEXTON Archdale who married 13 Jun 1575, St. Olave Hart St., London (Martin a resident of All Hallows Barking), further verified by his father's 1597 funeral certificate from his burial at St. Margaret Pattens, London.

Allhallows Barking may have also been the location of the messuage named the "Ship" in court of request records referencing John COMBE and Thomas PULLISON in the late 1500s (See Drapers):
1393. LR 14/15. Place or Subject: Will of John DYMOK, citizen and tailor of London: bequest to Margery his wife, for her life, of a tenement called 'The Ship on the Hoop' in the parish of Allhallows, Barkingchurch: bequest of land in Stanwell, etc. County: London. Middx

18 Ric. II [ca 1395]. LR 14/578 Grantor: John HAYLES, chaplain. Grantee: Margery late the wife of John DYMMOK. Place or Subject: Grant, indented, for her life, of a tenement called 'le Shipp on the Hope' in the parish of All Hallows, Barking, late of Michael TREWETHENNEK, styled `Corn... "

18 Ric.II. [ca 1395] LR 14/1101. Grantor: John HAYLES, chaplain. Grantee: Margery late the wife of John DYMMOK, late citizen and tailor of London. Place or Subject: Grant, indented, of a tenement called 'le Shipp on the Hope' in the parish of All Hallows, Barking, late of Michael TREWE..."

1 Hen.V. [ca 1414] LR 14/480. Grantor: Robert HERE, citizen and clothier of London. Grantee: Thomas BRIDLYNGTON and others, citizens and tailors. of London. Place or Subject: Grant of the reversion of a tenement called 'Le Ship on the Hope' in Tower Street in the parish of All Hallo..."

1 Hen.V. [ca 1414] LR 14/574. "Grantor: Robert HERE, citizen and clothier of London. Grantee: Thomas BRIDLYNGTON and others, citizens and tailors of London. Place or Subject: Grant of his life - interest in a tenement called 'le ship on the Hope' in Tower Street in the parish of All..."

7 Hen.V. [ca 1420] LR 14/505. Grantor: William GEDENEY, citizen and brewer of London, and others. Grantee: David TURBELVILE, citizen of London, and others. Place or Subject: Grant of a tenement called 'le shippe on the hoop' in the parish of All Hallows, Barking. County: London.

9 Hen.V. [ca 1422] LR 14/560. Grantor: David TURBELVYLE and others, citizens of London. Grantee: Thomas MOYSAUNT, carpenter, and others, citizens of London. Place or Subject: Grant of a messuage called 'le Shippe on the Hoope' in the parish of Allhallows, Barking. County: London.

9 Hen. V. [ca 1422] E 210/11120. John WYNNE and others, citizens of London to Thomas MOYSAUNT and others: Appointment of attorneys to deliver seisin of a tenement called 'le Shippe on the Hoop' in the parish of All Hallows, Barking.

11 Hen. VI. [ca 1433] E 210/11117. Simon SEMAN, vintner, John CHESHAM, scrivener, Thomas GODYNG, brewer, and John DANBY, sadler, citizens of London to Richard OSBURN and others: Appointment of attorneys to deliver seisin of a tenement called 'le Shippe on the Hoop' in the parish of All Hal..."
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