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St George the Martyr of Southwark
Borough High Street at Long Lane, Tabard St and Marshalsea Rd
London Borough of Southwark
Greater London  England

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The church was given by a Thomas Ardern and his son, Thomas, in 1122, following the Battle of Acre where the legend of St George was adopted by the English Crusaders. Henry V was welcomed by the Aldermen of London on the steps of the church upon his return from the Battle of Agincourt, where the "Agincourt song" was written as part of the celebration. It is believed the current church is the third to be built on the site.
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St George the Martyr of Southwark
Added by: Pat Ballew
St George the Martyr of Southwark
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