Plaque

John Horne Tooke - SW19

Inscription

Here lived John Horne Tooke, 1736 - 1812, radical reformer.

Site: John Horne Tooke - SW19 (1 memorial)

SW19, West Side Common, Chester House

The plaque can be seen in our photo between the two lower windows towards the right.

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

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John Horne Tooke - SW19

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John Horne Tooke

Born Newport Street, Westminster.  Lived a full life the low point of which w...

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John Horne Tooke - SW19

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Wimbledon Society / John Evelyn Society

Founded by Richardson Evans and others, to 'safeguard the amenities of the Wi...

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