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Sir Thomas More

Person   Born 7/2/1478 Died 6/7/1535

Born Milk Street. In conflict with Henry VIII over religion he was imprisoned in the tower, found guilty of treason and beheaded on Tower Hill. Final words: "The King's good servant, but God's First."

A very good friend of Erasmus who often stayed with More in Chelsea.

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Sir Thomas More

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Cheyne Walk heads - More and Erasmus

No inscription remains legible but we believe we've found the painting used a...

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City of London School 0 - More

{On the statue's plinth:} More

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Lindsey House

Lindsey House, built 1674 by Robert Bertie 3rd Earl of Lindsey, incorporates ...

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Roper's Garden

Metropolitan Borough of Chelsea The worshipful the mayor councillor Lady Heat...

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Sir Jacob Epstein

The text is inscribed on the reverse of the relief.

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