Plaque

Coburg Dwellings

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Coburg Dwellings
This block was built by the Mercers Company in 1904. It was named after Coburg, the part of Germany where Prince Albert (1819 - 1861), the husband of Queen Victoria came from.
Tower Hamlets Community Housing THCH

Site: Coburg Dwellings (1 memorial)

E1, Hardinge Street, Coburg Dwellings

There are four 'Mercers' Maidens' on the block. Next door is the Convent of Sisters of Mercy, which also has a maiden.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Coburg Dwellings

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Mercers' Company

Records go back to 1348. From the Guild‘s website: "In its widest sense merce...

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Prince Albert

Born Schloss Rosenau, Coburg, Germany, as Albert Francis Augustus Charles Ema...

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Queen Victoria

Reigned: 1837-1901, 64 years. Born Kensington Palace. Daughter of Edward, Duk...

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Coburg

Town located on the Itz River in Germany. First mentioned in a document in 10...

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Coburg Dwellings

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Tower Hamlets Community Housing Ltd

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