Fowell Buxton Blue Plaque Photo

Fowell Buxton blue plaque - Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton 1786-1845 anti-slavery campaigner lived and worked here

Fowell Buxton Blue Plaque Map


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Grey Plaque № 9196 - Near this site stood Millbank Prison, which was opened in 1816 and closed in 1880. This buttress stood at the head of the rivers steps from which, until 1857, prisoners sentenced to transportation embarked on their journey to Australia.
Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson Blue Plaque - This was the London home of G. Lowes Dickinson, author and Humanist. He was born 1862 and died 1932.
The Trafalgar Way And John Richards Lapenotiere Black Plaque - The Trafalgar Way. Kensington. On Monday 21st October 1805 the Royal Navy decisively defeated a combined French and Spanish fleet off Cape Trafalgar on the south west coast of Spain. This victory permanently removed the threat of invasion of England by the armies of Napoleon Bonaparte. The first official dispatches with the momentous news of the victory,and the death in action of Vice Admiral Lord Nelson,were carried on board H.M. Schooner PICKLE by her captain Lieutenant John Richards Lapenotie