The Church of the Holy Sepulchre known as St Sepulchre Without Newgate. Built on the site of a Saxon church dedicated to St Edmund the church became known as St Edmund and the Holy Sepulchre. Late, the name became abbreviated to "St Sepulchre". Rebuilt and much enlarged in 1450, the walls, tower and porch survive from that period. Badly damaged in the Great Fire of 1666,the interior was restored in 1670 and has been much altered since. Among famour names associated with the church are John Rogers, Vicar, first Protestant martyr; Roger Ascham, Tutor of Queen Elizabeth I; William Harvery, discoverer of the circulation of the blood; Captain John Smith, first Governor of Virginia and Sir Henry Wood, founder of the Promenade Concerts, whose ashes rest in what is now the Musician's Chapel, with its many memorials to musicians. The church also contains the Regimental Chapel of the Royal Fusiliers.

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