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Austin Friars & the Queens

Austin Friars & the Queens Austin Friars & the Queens

Erection date: 28/6/1989

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To commemorate the visit by Their Majesties Queen Elizabeth II and Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands to the Dutch Church in Austin Friars on 28th June 1989, to mark the tercentenary of the coronation of William and Mary, Austin Friars House, after restoration was opened on the same day by The Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor Sir Christopher Collett GBE.

Site: Austin Friars & the Queens (1 memorial)

EC2, Austin Friars, Austin Friars House

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Austin Friars & the Queens

Subjects commemorated Information

First Dutch church, Austin Friars

The original Austin Friars monestery dates from about 1250. In 1550 Edward VI...

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Opening of Austin Friars House

Our picture shows part of this building in 1970, before the restoration.

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Tercentenary of the coronation of William and Mary

King William and Queen Mary reigned jointly from 1689 until Mary died in 1694...

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Queen Mary II

Daughter of James II. Reigned from 1689, jointly with her husband William III...

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King William III (of Orange)

Son of William II, Prince of Orange, and Mary Stuart (daughter of Charles I)....

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Austin Friars & the Queens

Created by Information

Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands

She had a busy time on her visit to England in June 1989 to help us celebrate...

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Sir Christopher Collett

Chairman of the Temple Bar Trust, 1993 - 2004.  Lord Mayor of London in 1989....

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Queen Elizabeth II

Born 17 Bruton Street, to the Duke and Duchess of York. When she was 10 her f...

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