Plaque

Ignatius Sancho - SW1

Ignatius Sancho - SW1
Ignatius Sancho - SW1

Erection date: 23/10/2007

Inscription

Ignatius Sancho, 1729 - 1780, writer, symbol of the humanity of Africans, lived and had a grocery shop near this site.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Nubian Jak Community Trust
City of Westminster

Site: Ignatius Sancho - SW1 (1 memorial)

SW1, King Charles Street, Foreign and Commonwealth Office

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

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Ignatius Sancho - SW1

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Ignatius Sancho

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Westminster City Council

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