Elizabeth I Of England And Christopher Hatton Red Plaque Photo

Elizabeth I of England and Christopher Hatton red plaque - The Mitre  Built in the 1500s, The Mitre is renowned for having the remains of a fruit tree growing in the front bar that is said a young Elizabeth I and Sir Christopher Hatton danced around to celebrate May Day

Elizabeth I Of England And Christopher Hatton Red Plaque Map


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Peter II And Henry III Grey Plaque - Within these precincts stood the Palace of Savoy, the erection of which was begun by Peter, ninth Count of Savoy and Earl of Richmond, A.D 1246. Henry III King of England bestowed the site "in vico qui vocato la straunde" on February 12th 1246 and there was erected a palace, "the fayrest mannor in Europe" big enough for a large part of an army
Ignatius Sancho Brown Plaque - Ignatius Sancho 1729-1780 writer, symbol of humanity of Africans lived and had a grocery shop near this site
Thomas Beecham Blue Plaque - Sir Thomas Beecham, CH 1879-1961 conductor and impresario lived here