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Blue Plaques in London

Richard Creed And Essex Cricket Pavilion Blue Plaque - Essex Cricket Pavilion. Grade II Listed building. Designed by Richard Creed FRIBA and erected in 1886 for the Essex County Cricket Board. Official Club headquarters until 1934
The Daily Courant Blue Plaque - In a house near this site was published in 1702 The Daily Courant first London daily newspaper
Black Lion, London, Thomas Millwood, And Francis-Smith Black Plaque - Formerly known as the Black Lyon, a public house has stood on this site for well over 200 years.  Originally a piggery it is reputed that the pig farmer started brewing beer for himself and his friends - this proved so popular that it overtook his agricultural interests as his main occupation.  The Hammersmith Ghost started haunting Black Lion Lane an (sic) St. Paul's churchyard in 1804.  One night an excise officer Francis-Smith filled his blunderbuss with shot, and himself with ale before kill
Henry Hallam Blue Plaque - Henry Hallam (1777-1859), historian, lived here
Learie Constantine Blue Plaque - Lord Learie Constantine 1901-1971, cricketer, barrister, politician and statesman lived here 1960-1971
Gilbert Bayes Blue Plaque - Gilbert Bayes 1872-1953 sculptor lived here 1931-1953

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