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Memorial

Royal Hospital School Royal Hospital School

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: Royal Hospital School

Inscription

The buildings of this museum were occupied until 1933 by the Royal Hospital School. Founded in 1694 for the sons of seamen of the Royal Navy. The ashes of many former pupils of the school have been scattered over the lawns.

Site: Royal Hospital School (1 memorial)

SE10, Romney Road, National Maritime Museum

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Royal Hospital School

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Royal Hospital School

The hospital was founded by King William III and Queen Mary II, and the schoo...

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