Thank you once again to the book Magic in the Landscape by Nigel Pennick for informing me that a London church, St Mary Aldermanbury, was moved stone by numbered stone to Fulton Missouri, ten years after the church was bombed and burned out in the London blitz during WWII. I knew that London Bridge was moved to Lake Havasu City in 1967, but this was after St Mary Aldermanbury was moved.
Today’s word is nattiness used by George Eliot in Silas Marner. Nattiness is a noun and means smart and fashionable. I remember finding Eliot’s grave in Highgate cemetery in London, quite close to Karl Marx, and being shocked how overgrown and uncared for the grave was.