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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Gerard Manley Hopkins Black Plaque - Gerard Manley Hopkins, poet, born 28th July 1844, died 8th June 1889, was born and lived at 87 The Grove Stratford near this site until 1851/2.  'Loathed for a love men knew in them,  Banned by the land of their birth,  Rhine refused them.  Thames would ruin them;  Surf, snow, river and earth  Gnashed: but thou art above, thou Orion of light.'  From: Stanza 21 'The Wreck of the Deutschland'
John Dee Yellow Plaque - John Dee's Garden Wall  The central portion of this wall visible from the Chruchyard, may be the last remaining part of John Dee's property
Anthony Eden Blue Plaque - Anthony Eden, Lord Avon 1897-1977 Prime Minister of Great Britain lived here