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Saint Martin Orgar and St. Clement Eastcheap
(0.62 mi. east of city centre) London
St Martin Orgar, Cannon Street, was damaged by the Great Fire of 1666, and demolished in 1820. It was united to St Clement Eastcheap in 1670.* Parish records are in the Guildhall Library:baptisms 1625-1812, marriages 1625-87, burials 1624-1812. For later registers see St Clement Eastcheap. A partial index to baptisms and marriages 1539-1877 is in the IGI.
* St Clement Eastcheap, King William Street, was destroyed by the Great Fire of 1666, rebuilt in 1683-7. Parish records are in the Guildhall Libary: baptisms 1539-1940, marriages 1539-1839, banns 1787-1830, burials, 1539-1853. Later baptisms and marriage registers are retained by the incumbent. A partial index to baptisms and marriages 1539-1877 is in the IGI.22 Jun 1595 Saint Martin Orgar and Saint Clement Eastcheap, London. Married: William COMBES and Francis_ PEERS (FamilySearch.Org, IGI #6903581, Computer printout of London, St. Martin Orgar and St. Clement Eastcheap, London, England - source not yet viewed) [NIGI 1998] [Search Words: PIERCE, PEARCE]Note that it is not clear whether this record is for St. Martin or St. Clement. This is the only Combs entry located, but was not in the IGI in 1998, thus there may be more marriages not yet extracted.
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