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Tudor Hall - stone Tudor Hall

Plaque: Tudor Hall - stone

Erection date: 1952

Inscription

This is to commemorate the original school founded here by Queen Elizabeth and built in 1573. The school was removed in 1932 to new building in Queens Road, Barnet.
This plaque was erected by the Visitors of Jesus Hospital Charity, the present owners in 1952.

We can't find evidence but it seems likely that when owned by the Jesus Hospital Charity the Tudor Hall was used as almshouses.

Site: Tudor Hall (2 memorials)

EN5, Wood Street

Above the entrance to the building (to the left of our picture) in stone: 1573, E.R.".

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Tudor Hall - stone

Information Subjects commemorated

52686

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School

Queen Elizabeth I granted the charter in 1573.  Set up in the Barnet Tudor Ha...

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46547

Queen Elizabeth I

Daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Born Greenwich Palace.  Succeede...

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Tudor Hall - stone

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52687

Jesus Hospital Charity

Established by James Ravenscroft and his wife Mary to look after six lady res...

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Tudor Hall - stone

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52431

Tudor Hall - blue

This Tudor Hall housed the free grammar school of Queen Elizabeth I who grant...

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