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Jewish Museum London
Jewish Museum London

Jewish Museum London, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London, NW1 7NB

Jewish culture, heritage and traditions in Britain, ceremonial art collectionRead more

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Blue Plaques in London

Thomas Wilde Blue Plaque - Thomas Wilde  1st Baron Truro  1782 – 1855  Lord Chancellor  1850 – 1852  Lived here
George Robinson Blue Plaque - George Frederick Samuel Robinson Marquess of Ripon 1827-1909 Viceroy of India lived here
Isaac Newton Blue Plaque - Sir Isaac Newton 1642-1727 lived here
Ivor Novello Blue Plaque - Ivor Novello 1893-1951 composer and actor-manager lived and died in a flat on the top floor of this building
Cesar Picton Black Plaque - Cesar Picton c.1755-1836 a native of Senegal, West Coast of Africa. Brought to England in 1761 as a servant to Sir John Philipps of Norbiton, Kingston upon Thames. Later a coal merchant and gentleman lived here 1788-1807
Blue Plaque № 6082 - Site of Cripplegate demolished 1760

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