Luigi Manze Blue Plaque Photo

Luigi Manze blue plaque - Manze's Pie & Mash Shop.  Locally listed building.  Originally from Ravello in Italy, the Manze family emigrated to England in 1878 and founded an empire of fourteen pie & mash shops across London. In 1929 Luigi Manze rebuilt 76 High Street in its present form.

Luigi Manze Blue Plaque Map


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Alexander Cruden Bronze Plaque - Alexander Cruden 1690-1770 Humanist scholar and intellectual. Born Aberdeen, educated Marischal College, came to London 1719 as tutor, appointed Book Seller to Queen Caroline in 1737, compiled the Concordance to the Bible, died here in Camden Passage, November 1st.  'whom niether infirmity nor neglect could debase' Nelson 1811
James Clark Ross Blue Plaque - Sir James Clark Ross 1800-1862 polar explorer lived here
William Vincent Terracotta Plaque - In 1810 William Vincent (1739-1815), Dean of Westminster and formerly head master of Westminster School, paid a ploughman to mark out ten acres of playing fields for the pupils from the open ground known as Tothill Fields. At the school, Vincent Square is still called 'Fields'.