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Monmouth House Monmouth House

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of

Plaque: Monmouth House

Erection date: 2009


This building stands on the site of the former coach-house of Monmouth House, constructed in 1681/2 for James, Duke of Monmouth, eldest illegitimate son of King Charles II, who was executed three years later following an abortive rebellion.

Site: Monmouth House (1 memorial)

W1, Bateman's Buldings, 9-11

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Monmouth House

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Monmouth House

The Duke of Monmouth obtained a site in Soho Square in 1681 on which the hous...

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Monmouth Rebellion

This all took place between Lyme Regis and Bristol, and finished at the battl...

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Duke of Monmouth

Born James Scott (or Crofts or Fitzroy) at Rotterdam. Illegitimate son of Kin...

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