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Download this stock image: Interior view of the crypt, St Saviour's Church, Southwark, London, Artist: J Shury - DDTJR6 from Alamy's library of millions of . In there existed the St. Saviour's Workhouse, with a burial ground on the east side of it which, from its position, may have coincided with the Baptists' ground, and what is now left of the burial-ground is a garden or courtyard, about 1, square yards in size, between the new buildings of the Central Fire Brigade Station in Southwark. The following map extract is from a map of the Parish of St. Saviours Southwark by Richard Blome (late 17th century but published by John Stow in ). Newcomen Street was originally Axe Yard, then Axe and Bottle Yard, which is shown at number 27 in the map (I have ringed the yard and also included the key which includes number 27 at the. St Olave's and St Saviour's Grammar School in Orpington, Greater London, England. In the building in the Green Dragon was destroyed in the Great Fire of Southwark—the City of London fire was in —and a new building was built on the same site.
The History and Antiquities of the Parish of St. Saviour's, Southwark Concanen, Matthew, Morgan, Aaron: : BooksAuthor: Matthew Concanen, Aaron Morgan. Other records of the Free Grammar School are in the custody of the head master of the St. Olave's and St. Saviours Grammar School, Tooley Street. Accruals: P92/SAV/ Records of St Saviour's Cathedral, Southwark. Deposited by the Provost in the Greater London Record Office, County Hall, London, SE1 4 July (ac ). The Governors' Book of the Free Grammar School of St Saviours Parish, currently on deposit at the Southwark Local History Library [MS SO II/1/1], is the property of the Governors of the St Olave's and St Saviour's Grammar School, and is transcribed here with permission. The Parish of St Saviour Southwark. Previous lists of ministers have been published in Manning and Bray (), Thompson (), and Worley (): for these and other publications, see the Reading List on this website. The notes below derive from lists and transcriptions prepared for this website, as well as from standard sources including Venn, Foster, and the 'new' ODNB.