Elizabeth Bowen Blue Plaque Photo

Elizabeth Bowen blue plaque - Elizabeth Bowen 1899 - 1973 writer lived here 1935 - 1952

Elizabeth Bowen Blue Plaque Map


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Christopher Hatton Brass Plaque - Sir Christopher Hatton was born in 1540 and died in 1591. He was Lord Chancellor of England and according to some, a secret lover of Elizabeth I.  She granted him the grounds of Ely Palace on which Hatton House was built, a generous gift which did much to fuel the rumours. Hatton House was demolished in the late 1600s to make way for a new small town called Hatton Garden: this became the centre of London's jewellery trade. By 1850 all of the houses in the area had become a workshop or a diamond
Plaque № 41893 - Once a slave in Jamaica Francis Barber Samuel Johnson's servant, friend and heir lived here 1752 to 1756
Robert Dudley And Alienation Office Stone Plaque - In 1577 The Alienation Office was built here by Robert Dudley Earl of Leicester Master of the Office. His building was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. It was rebuilt by the Crown in 1668. In 1835 the Office was abolished by the Act 5 and 6 Will. IV. Cap. 82. In 1842 the building was bought from the Crown by the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple. The brick front as been renewed but otherwise this is the building of 1668.