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Greenwich Market Greenwich Market

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of

Plaque: Greenwich Market

Erection date: 1984


{Beneath the coat of arms of Greenwich Hospital:}
Greenwich Market. In 1700 Greenwich Hospital received from Henry, Earl of Romney the right granted by King William III to hold a market at Greenwich. Market trading has taken place under this charter since 1737. To mark the renovation of the market, this plaque was unveiled by the Worshipful the Mayor of Greenwich in 1984.

Site: Greenwich Market (1 memorial)

SE10, College Approach, Greenwich Market

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Greenwich Market

Information Subjects commemorated

Henry, Earl of Romney

Politician and army officer. Born Henry Sidney (or Sydney) in Paris. Entered ...

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King William III (of Orange)

Son of William II, Prince of Orange, and Mary Stuart (daughter of Charles I)....

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Greenwich Market

There has been a market in Greenwich since the fourteenth century. The buildi...

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