Cooks Hall Bronze Plaque Photo

Cooks Hall bronze plaque - Cooks Hall    Was built on this site circa 1500  and rebuilt and enlarged 1674.  In 1764 a fire partially destroyed   the Hall which was again rebuilt   but was totally destroyed by fire in 1771.

Cooks Hall Bronze Plaque Map


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Henry Fielding, John Fielding, Grinling Gibbons, Charles Macklin, And 1 Other - Bow Street was formed about 1637. It has been the residence of many notable men, among whom were Henry Fielding (novelist), Sir John Fielding (magistrate), Grinling Gibbons (woodcarver), Charles Macklin (actor), John Radcliffe (physician), Charles Sackville Earl of Dorset (poet), William Wycherley (dramatist)
Henry Hallam Blue Plaque - Henry Hallam (1777-1859), historian, lived here
Charles I, Hubert Le Sueur, Richard Weston, And Joshua Marshall Bronze Plaque - King Charles I  1625 - 1649  This bronze statue was made in 1633 for   Lord Treasurer Weston  by Hubert Le Sueur.  It was aquired for the Crown  and set up here in 1675.  The carved work of the pedestal  being executed by Joshua Marshall