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March the 14 Cornelius Reynolds and Margaret Carter
St. Alphage London Wall was a church built directly into the Wall of London. It was also known as St. Alphage Cripplegate. Alphage is also spelled Alphege and Elphege. He was a Saxon saint. It was said to have been established before 1608. There were two subsequent churches, both now demolished.
The Parish was within the walls of London in the City and County of London.
Map about 1667 from the Family Seach Wiki showing the parish: