Plaque

Harry Vane

Inscription

Sir Harry Vane, statesman, lived here. Born 1612. Beheaded 1662.

{Almost hidden in the decorative border:}
Erected by the Society of Arts

Site: Harry Vane (1 memorial)

NW3, Greenhill, Vane House

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Harry Vane

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Sir Harry Vane (the younger)

Statesman. Born Debden. As a Protestant dissenter he failed to secure the adv...

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Harry Vane

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Royal Society of Arts

Founded by William Shipley as the "Society of Arts" in Rawthmell's Coffee Hou...

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