Edward Barnard owned one of the largest silversmith companies in London.
He was also a full member of the small congregation of the Sandemanians who met in Paul’s Alley. The year after his daughter’s birth he would become a Deacon in the Church, and from 1821 to 1844 served as an Elder.
- 33, Chapel Market, Pentonville, England
- 39, Claremont Square, Pentonville, England
- Amen Corner, Ave Maria Lane, London, England
- Ave Maria Lane, London, England
- Bartlett's Buildings, St Andrew Holborn, England
- Bunhill Fields, Islington, England
- Bunhill Row, St Luke's, England
- Donegal Street, Pentonville, England
- London, England
- St Andrew Holborn, England
- St Martin, Ludgate Hill, London, England
- St Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside, London, England
- St Nicholas Cole Abbey, England
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- Notes: Residence (Claremont Square)