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Mary Anne Clarke's house

Mary Anne Clarke's house

We think Clarke lived in 1803 in the house that can be seen to the left (west) of this church. See the plaque page for why we think this.  And that the Duke of York frequently visited her here. 

Building, Property

1 memorial

Mary Anne Clarke

Mary Anne Clarke

Mistress of Prince Frederick, Duke of York. Born in Ball and Pin Alley, White's Alley, Chancery Lane as Mary Anne Thompson, she married Clarke, a stonemason who became bankrupt. She 'went bad' but ...

Person, Friend / family, France

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8 Grenville Street

8 Grenville Street

The Marchmont Association thoroughly research their plaques and they found some interesting information about Barrie’s home: “Barrie (1937) writes (in the third person) about his first residences ...

Building, Property

1 memorial

Battersea Bridge

Battersea Bridge

In 1771 a ferry was replaced with a wooden toll bridge designed (badly, apparently) by Henry Holland - shown in our image. The replacement bridge was begun in 1887 and opened in 1890.

Building, Transport

1 memorial

Lupino Lane

Lupino Lane

Actor and theatre manager. Born Henry William George Lupino in London. He came from a theatrical family and adopted the name 'Lane' from a great aunt. He made his first stage appearance at the age ...

Person, Cinema, Theatre

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