William Jackson Hooker And Joseph Dalton Hooker Blue Plaque Photo

William Jackson Hooker and Joseph Dalton Hooker blue plaque - Sir William Hooker  1785-1865  Sir Joseph Hooker  1817-1911  Botanists  Directors of  Kew Gardens  lived here

William Jackson Hooker And Joseph Dalton Hooker Blue Plaque Map


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William Barber Brown Plaque - This building, designed by Ernest George & Peto, was built for Judge William Barber of Barrow Point House as a temperance tavern in 1878. Its tea - garden attracted visitors from London. It flourished until the late 1920s as Ye Cocoa Tree, then became the local Conservative club until the 1960s.
Slate Plaque № 11684 - The Worshipful  Company of Plumbers    Ordinances 1365  Grant of Arms 1588    Between here and the river once was Chequer Yard  where for centuries stood the hall of the mysterie or  art of the plumbers of London. The first was destroyed  in the great fire of 1666. Rebuilt, it continued in use  until demolished to make way for the railway in 1863    The Company yet flourishes root and branch    In God is all our hope  1983
Elizabeth II Green Plaque - On this site at 17 Bruton Street stood the townhouse of the Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne where Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor, later to become Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, was born on 21 April 1926. In commemoration of Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee Year 2012