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Outline map of parishes of Poplar, Middlesex in 1903

Click on a parish name for alphabetical list of parishes - a fuller description of the parish, with its grid reference and link to a modern street map will be added later. For clearer display or print, see map in pdf format.

Outline map of parishes of Poplar
from Stratford St Mary, Bow
1 St Mark, Victoria Park, Old Ford
2 St Paul, St Paul's Road, Old Ford
3 St Stephen, Tredegar Road, Old Ford
4 Stratford St Mary, Bow Road, Bow
from St Leonard (St Mary) Bromley
5 St Leonard (St Mary), High Street, Bromley
6 All Hallows, Bow Common
7 St Andrew, Bromley
8 St Gabriel, South Bromley
9 St Michael and All Angels, St Leonards Road, Bromley
* parishes 9 and 10 on map came partly from the historic parish of Poplar
10 All Hallows, East India Docks
11 St Saviour's, Northumberland Street, Poplar
12 St Stephen's, East India Road, Poplar
13 St Matthias, High Street, Poplar
from All Saints, Poplar
14 All Saints, East India Road, Poplar
15 St Luke, Strafford Street, Milwall
16 St John, Manchester Road, Cubitt Town, Isle of Dogs
17 Christ Church, Manchester Road, Isle of Dogs

Parish boundaries traced from "A map of the Ecclesiastical Divisions within the County of London, 1903" published by Edward Stanford of London, reprinted as a facsimile by the London Topographical Society. List from that map is of parishes within the rural deanery of Poplar in 1903; they were all originally in the parish of Stepney. Bromley St. Leonard split from it in 1536; St Mary, Stratford-atte-Bow in 1719, and Poplar All Saints in 1817. The other parishes are later sub-divisions of these three. They are in the Archdeaconry of London, and Diocese of London. We have a list of other deaneries.


Map and list by David Hawgood. 2003, page modified 17 Dec 2003