Plaque

French hospital

Inscription

Site of the French hospital founded by royal charter in 1718 to house the poor or infirm of French Huguenot descent. In 1866 the hospital was moved to Hackney and in 1960 to Rochester in Kent.

Site: French hospital (1 memorial)

EC1, Bath Street, St Luke's Primary School

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French hospital

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French hospital in Bath Street

Founded by royal charter in 1718 to house the poor or infirm of French Huguen...

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The Huguenots

French Protestants in the 16th and 17th centuries. The name emerged in 1560 b...

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