Category: English Heritage Blue Plaque

Categories: Buildings


A blue plaque is a permanent sign installed in a public place in the United Kingdom and elsewhere to commemorate a link between that location and a famous person, event, or former building on the site, serving as a historical marker. | What is Open Plaques? the museum of the street established 2009

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A

15 Aug 1788 Ipswich St Peter, Ipswich, Suffolk, England - 16 Dec 1865 photo

C

13 Jul 1788 London, England - 06 Jul 1861 photo

D

09 Jun 1875 Islington, London, England, United Kingdom - 23 Jul 1968
12 Feb 1809 Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England - 19 Apr 1882 photo
22 May 1859 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland - 07 Jul 1930 photo

H

13 Aug 1899 Leytonstone, Essex, England, United Kingdom - 29 Apr 1980 photo
23 May 1799 Cheapside London England - 03 May 1845 photo

H cont.

04 May 1825 Ealing, London, England - 29 Jun 1895 photo

L

20 Aug 1853 Stratford, Essex, England, United Kingdom - 12 Aug 1935

M

06 Feb 1945 Nine Mile, Saint Ann, Jamaica - 11 May 1981 photo

P

22 Feb 1857 6 Stanhope Street, Paddington, London, England - 08 Jan 1941 photo

R

23 Feb 1879 Primrose Hill, London, England, United Kingdom - 22 Mar 1960

S

21 Nov 1876 Oxton, Birkenhead, England - 23 Jun 1923 photo

S cont.

25 Jan 1882 Kensington, London, England - 28 Mar 1941 photo
bef 16 Feb 1645 - abt 1686 photo

W

08 Jan 1823 Llanbadoc, Monmouthshire, Wales - 07 Nov 1913 photo
03 Jun 1782 Walton Hall, Wakefield, Yorkshire - 27 May 1865 photo




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