Edward Buxton, Leytonstone House, And Bethnal Green School For The Juvenile Poor Blue Plaque Photo

Edward Buxton, Leytonstone House, and Bethnal Green School for the juvenile poor blue plaque - Leytonstone House. Grade II Listed building. 18th century house originally the home of Sir Edward North Buxton. From 1868-1936 Bethnal Green School for the juvenile poor

Edward Buxton, Leytonstone House, And Bethnal Green School For The Juvenile Poor Blue Plaque Map


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Henry Mayhew Blue Plaque - Henry Mayhew (1812–87) journalist, social researcher  Henry Mayhew 1812 - 1887  founder of "Punch" and author of "London Labour and the London Poor" lived here
Vincent Crane Richmond Blue Plaque - Lt. Col. Vincent C Richmond OBE 1893-1930. The designer of the ill-fated R101 airship lived here as a boy, attending the nearby Selwyn Avenue school. He was one of 48 who perished when the R101 crashed near Beauvais, France in October 1930. Richmond Crescent was named in his honour
Upholders' Hall Blue Plaque - Site of Upholders' Hall destroyed in the Great Fire 1666