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Jacobites executed in London Jacobites executed in London

Plaque: Jacobites executed in London

Erection date: 25/4/2015


In memory of the officers and gentlemen of the army of Prince Charles Edward Stuart who were executed on Kennington Common in July, August and November 1746. Nine of the Manchester Regiment and seven Scots are buried here. Francis Towneley, Colonel of the Manchester Regiment lies in the churchyard of Old St Pancras church.
Tandem Triumphans {Motto meaning 'Triumphant at last'}
The 1745 Association


Site: Jacobites executed in London (1 memorial)

WC1, St George's Gardens

We have a page about the memorial at the Kennington Common execution site.

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Jacobites executed in London

Information Subjects commemorated

Manchester Regiment - Jacobites

Unit of soldiers raised in Manchester during the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion, sup...

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seven Scots Jacobites

We've not found any information about these seven other than they are buried ...

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Prince Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie)

The Young Pretender. Bonnie Prince Charlie. Born Rome of a rich Polish mothe...

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Francis Towneley

Born into a Catholic Lancashire family, supporters of the Jacobites. Served i...

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Jacobites executed in London

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1745 Association

Oddly with a contact address in Oxfordshire, this association does a splendid...

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