Plaque

Elias Davy - Duppas Hill

Erection date: 1875

Inscription

Almshouse founded by Elis David, citizen and mercer of London, for seven poor people A.D. 1447, enlarged for twelve A.D. 1875.

This plaque must have originally been erected on the Church Street building, and brought here when the residents moved in 1974.

Site: Elias Davy - Duppas Hill (1 memorial)

CR0, Duppas Hill Terrace, Elis David Almshouse

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

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Elias Davy - Duppas Hill

Subjects commemorated i

Elis David Almshouse

Founded by Elias Davy (the correct spelling of his name), and originally buil...

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Elias Davy

Benefactor. Born Circa 1385. A London mercer, he gained the freedom of the ci...

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