Plaque

Cardinal Newman - EC4

Cardinal Newman - EC4
Cardinal Newman - EC4
Inscription

In a house near this spot John Henry, Cardinal Newman was born 21st February 1801.
City of London

Site: Cardinal Newman - EC4 (1 memorial)

EC4, Threadneedle Street, 60

The plaque can be seen to the lower right in the picture. The address is sometimes given as 80 Old Broad Street, the address at which he was born.

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Cardinal Newman - EC4

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Cardinal Newman

Born 80 Old Broad Street, eldest son of a banker. Goaded into writing his Apo...

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Cardinal Newman - EC4

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Corporation of the City of London

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