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Outline map of parishes of StPancras, Middlesex in 1903

Click on a parish name in list on right for a fuller description of the parish, 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 StPancras
1 St Michael, Highgate (in Hornsey deanery)
2 St Pancras (detached part on Hampstead Heath)
3 St Anne, Brookfield, Highgate Rise
4 All Hallows, North St Pancras
5 Kentish Town, Highgate Road
6 St Mary, Brookfield, Dartmouth Park Hill
7 St Benet and All Saints, Kentish Town
8 St Andrew, Malden Road, Haverstock Hill
9 St Martin, Vicar's Road, Kentish Town
10 St Barnabas, Kentish Town
11 St Luke, Oseney Crescent, Kentish Town
12 St Paul, Camden New Town
13 Holy Trinity, Clarence Road, Haverstock Hill
14 St Thomas, Camden New Town
15 St Mark, Albert Road, Regent's Park
16 St Michael, Camden Town
17 Camden Town, Camden Street
18 Christ Church, Albany Street
19 St Matthew, Bedford New Town
20 Old St Pancras, Pancras Road
21 St James, Hampstead Road
22 St James, Westminster (in Westminster deanery)
23 St Mary, Seymour Street, Somers Town
24 Christ Church, Chalton Street, Somers Town
25 St Mary Magdelen, Munster Square
26 St Saviour, London Street, Fitzroy Square
27 St John Evangelist, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square
28 All Saints, Gordon Square
29 St Pancras, Euston Road
30 Holy Cross, Cromer Street, Gray's Inn Road
31 St Jude, Gray's Inn Road
32 St Peter, Regent Square
33 Holy Trinity, Grays Inn Road - (church detached from parish in Holborn deanery no 35)
34 St Bartholomew, Gray's Inn Road
35 Holy Trinity, Grays Inn Road - ( parish in Holborn deanery)

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 StPancras in 1903; they were all sub-divisions of the historic parish of StPancras; but St. Michael Highgate is from the rural deanery of Hornsey, the only parish of that deanery partly within the County of London. They were 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 1 Feb 2004