Plaque

Beechwood - William Sebright

Inscription

Beechwood House
This building was built in 1948 by the London County Council and was named after Beechwood in Bedfordshire the home of William Seabright, Town Clerk of London (1541-1620), who devoted much care in improving the lives of Londoners.
Tower Hamlets Community Housing THCH

Site: Beechwood - William Sebright (1 memorial)

E2, Coate Street

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Beechwood - William Sebright

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London County Council

Prior to the LCC London matters were run by church parishes. The LCC was the ...

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William Sebright

Also named William Seabright. Town Clerk of London 1574 - 1603.  From Sebrig...

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Tower Hamlets Community Housing Ltd

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