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Chelsea Old Church is a historic Grade I listed building dating back to the Medieval Ages.
Chelsea Old Church is a historic Grade I listed building dating back to the Medieval Ages. The north chapel was built by the lords of the Chelsea manor, and later the south chapel was added by Sir Thomas More who was executed by Henry VIII. Legend has it that his headless body is buried here. It also has memorials to author Henry James and Sir Hans Sloane of British Museum fame, among others.
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