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The Bunhill Fields burial ground was the first freehold property to be owned by Quakers in 1661, it is now peaceful gardens.
Tyburn, that most famous of London execution sites.
The parish and burial grounds of St Olave, Silvers Street and the individuals that were interred there.
Recounts the story of Constable George Funnell who died in 1899 while attempting to rescue people from a fire at a Hackney pub.
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