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Alan Patient of

Plaque: Cesar Picton


{Beneath the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames logo:}
Cesar Picton, c.1755 - 1836, a native of Senegal, West Coast of Africa. Brought to England in 1761 as servant to Sir John Philipps of Norbiton, Kingston upon Thames, later a coal merchant and gentleman, lived here, 1788 - 1807.

The (lack of) punctuation on this plaque makes it easy to misread.

Site: Cesar Picton (1 memorial)

KT1, High Street Kingston upon Thames, 52

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Sir John Philipps

Politician and patron. His date of birth is approximate. Member of Parliament...

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Cesar Picton

Former slave and businessman. Born in Senegal, (his birth year is approximate...

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Cesar Picton

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Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames

The oldest of the three royal boroughs in England, it was formed in 1965 by t...

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