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Mary Hughes blue plaque - Mary Hughes (1860-1941), Friend of all in need, lived and worked here 1926-1941.

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James Bronterre O'Brien Green Plaque - James "Bronterre" O'Brien (1805-1864) democrat & chartist lived at 20 Hermes Street near this site 1863-1864
Wat Tyler Brass Plaque - This memorial commemorating The Great Rising of 1381 was commissioned by Matthew Bell, carved by Emily Hoffnung, and unveiled by Ken Loach on 15th July 2015.  "If the barons merited a monument to be erected at Runnymede, Tyler merited one at Smithfield" Thomas Paine 1791
Plaque № 48781 - Bermondsey Abbey was founded in AD 1089 when King William Rufus granted the manor of Bemondsey to La Carite-sur-Loire,  Clunian monastery. There may have been a monastery here in Saxon times as a document of AD 715 refers to monasteries at Bermondsey and Woking.

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19 Princelet Street
19 Princelet Street

19 Princelet Street, Spitalfields, London, E1 6QH

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Royal London Hospital Archives and Museum
Royal London Hospital Archives and Museum

Royal London Hospital Archives and Museum, St Augustine with St Philip's Church, Newark Street, Greater London, E1 2AA

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Museum of Immigration and Diversity
Museum of Immigration and Diversity

Museum of Immigration and Diversity, 19 Princelet Street, Greater London, E1 6QH

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Whitechapel Gallery
Whitechapel Gallery

Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High Street, Greater London, E1 7QX

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