St. Nicholas Acons Churchyard Act 1963

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Citation1963 c. xv
Saint
Nicholas Aeons Churchyard
Act
1963
CH.
XV
1
ELIZABETH II
1963 CHAPTER xv
An Act to free the churchyard appurtenant to the former
church of Saint Nicholas Aeons in the city of London
from the restrictions attaching to it as a disused burial
ground in the city of London, and to authorise the
subsequent use or disposition
thereof;
and for other
purposes. [10th July 1963]
W
HEREAS the ancient church of Saint Nicholas Aeons in
the city of London (hereinafter called " the church ") was
destroyed in the Great Fire of London in the year sixteen
hundred and sixty-six and was not rebuilt:
And whereas by virtue of a reorganisation scheme for the city
of London made under the Reorganisation Areas Measure, 1944,
and coming into force on the second day of February, nineteen
hundred and fifty-four, part of the parish of Saint Nicholas
Aeons now forms part of the parish of Saint Edmund the King
with Saint Nicholas Aeons, All Hallows Lombard Street, Saint
Benet Gracechurch, Saint Leonard Eastcheap and Saint Dionis
Backchurch, and the freehold of the churchyard appurtenant
to the church is now vested in the incumbent of the benefice
of Saint Edmund the King with Saint Nicholas Aeons, All
Hallows Lombard Street, Saint Benet Gracechurch, Saint Leonard
Eastcheap and Saint Dionis Backchurch and the present incumbent
thereof is the Reverend Leslie William Hamilton Whiteside:

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