Collections in illustration of the Parochial History and Antiquities of the
Ancient Parish of All Hallows Barking, in the City of London, by
Joseph Maskell, Curate of All Hallows Barking, 1864. A copy with
the Author's MSS. and notes added 1868–9 is at the British Museum.
All Hallows Barking Church, London: A brief History of the Ancient
Church and Parish, by Rev. Joseph Maskell, Master of Emanuel
College, Westminster, and late Curate of All Hallows. (A pamphlet.)
Undated. c. 1885.
Transactions of S. Paul's Ecclesiological Society. "St. Olave's, Hart St.,
and All Hallows Barking" (with plans), by Philip Norman, F.S.A.,
London Topographical Society's Record, Vol. V, p. 108. "London City
Churches that escaped the Great Fire," by Philip Norman, F.S.A., LL.D.
Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archæological Society, Vol. II,
1863, p. 125 et seq. "Vicars of All Hallows," by Joseph Maskell.
Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archæological Society, N.S. Vol.
V, 1923. "Richard Cœur de Lion and the Church of All Hallows
Barking," by Philip Norman, F.S.A., LL.D.
All Hallows Barking: The Story and Work of "Berkyngechurche" by
the Tower, by C. R. Davey Biggs, D.D., 1912.
All Hallows Barking and the Memorial to William Penn. The Pennsylvania Society, New York, 1911.
"Berkyngechirche" (a pamphlet). Reprint of an article by Canon A. J.
Mason, published 1927.
In addition to references in all the principal Histories of London, such
as those by Stow, Strype, Maitland, Wheatley and Cunningham,
Wilkinson, Hughson, mention may be made of the accounts in—
Benham's Old London Churches, pp. 35–43, with an interior view.
Jenkinson's London Churches, pp. 83–88.
Malcolm's Londinium Redivivum, Vol. II, pp. 415–25.
Clarke's City Churches.
Godwin and Britton's Churches of London, Vol. I.
Daniell's London City Churches, pp. 14–27.
Ellwood (G. M.) and Day (E. H.). Some London Churches, 1911, pp. 1–4
Bumpus (T. F.). Churches, Ancient and Modern, Vol. I, pp. 164–66.
Gentleman's Magazine. 1815, Pt. 1, pp. 35, 36; 1928, Pt. 1, p. 582
1844, Pt. 2, pp. 484–86.
Notes and Queries. December 6, 1890.
A Sepia Wash Drawing, 1813. Now in the Bishopsgate Institute.
L. 34, Vol. I.