Buildings from the
Lawrence-Moxon History

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Broughton Church

Clissold Rd

Hanslope Church

St Dunstans Stepney

The parish church in Broughton, where Alexander Fabian and Sarah Woodford were christened. Sarah's father was parish sexton for nearly 50 years.

Clissold Rd, around 1900, where Christopher George Lawrence and family lived and Alfred Lawrence grew up.

The parish church in Hanslope, Bucks, where the Slades came from. They were Baptists, but this would have been a major feature of the village (now on the outskirts of Milton Keynes).

St. Dunstan Stepney, where the parish church for the Lawrences

St. Matthews Bethnal Green, London

Croscombe Church

Colney House

Shugborough House

St Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, where Christopher George Lawrence's older siblings were christened.

The village church of Croscombe, Somerset, where Gabriel Baker senior was sexton for 37 years.

Colney House, at the time when Gabriel Baker the younger, maternal grandfather of Susan Moxon (Beck) was the butler.

Shugborough House, Derbyshire, around 1820, when Thomas Moxon, paternal grandfather of Susan Moxon (Beck) was the cook.

St Peters Bethnal Green

St Giles Cripplegate

St Mary Magdalen

St Peters, Bethnal Green,
where Christopher George Lawrence
was christened;

St Giles, Cripplegate,
where his mother,
Louisa Ann Curtis was christened

St Mary Magdalen,
where his father William
was christened.


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