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George III at Trinity House Trinity House

Bust: George III at Trinity House

This building was erected during his reign.

Site: Trinity House (4 memorials)

EC3, Trinity Square

Trinity House, was designed by architect Samuel Wyatt and built in 1796. The following year the Great Tower Hill Act enabled the creation of Trinity Square Gardens.

The magnificent building to the left of this one is the Port of London Authority HQ. We don't cover it since we couldn't find a memorial on it but we can direct you to Ornamental Passions who have done it proud.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
George III at Trinity House

Information Subjects commemorated

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King George III

Born in St James's Square (not the public garden, one of the houses, obviousl...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
George III at Trinity House

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46675

John Bacon the Elder

Awarded the first gold medal for sculpture by the Royal Academy in 1769. Othe...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
George III at Trinity House

Information Also at this site

48972

Lighthouse keepers

The 'Elder Brethren' are the court of 31 people who run Trinity House, under ...

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48971

Trinity House

This plaque is on the 1953 extension to Trinity House.

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