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John Howard - E5

John Howard - E5 John Howard - E5
Inscription

John Howard, 1726 - 1790, pioneer prison reformer, author of 'The State of Prisons' 1777 was born in his father's house near this site.
London Borough of Hackney

Site: John Howard - E5 (1 memorial)

E5, Lower Clapton Road, 157-9, St. Andrews Mansions

This Neo-Tudor block has a better-maintained twin on the other side of the road to the right. The plaque is on the bricks between the base of the bay window, the white surround of the entrance door and the Lycramobile fascia.

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John Howard - E5

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John Howard

Prison reformer. Born Hackney. Travelled throughout the UK and then further a...

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John Howard - E5

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Hackney Council

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