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Plaque: John Marshall

Erection date: 1967


{The plaque:}
John Marshall, founder of Marshall's Charity, lived at his mansion house near this spot until his death in 1631, as did his father before him. Marshall's Charity had its offices here until 1967.

{Inscribed in Gothic lettering on a frieze across the front of the building, above the door:}
{1627 John Marshall 1853}

This building was erected in 1853.

We had this entry in our puzzle corner for a while because of the Fs and O in the Roman numerals but Peter Kidd of confirms our interpretation that, in late-medieval script, these read as Xs and V so the date translates as 1627, the year John Marshall's will was written. 

Site: John Marshall (1 memorial)

SE1, Newcomen Street, 9, Mollison House

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John Marshall

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Marshall's Charity

Created in John Marshall's 1627 will to support the Anglican Church and still...

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John Marshall

Native of Stamford in Lincolnshire.  A white-baker who lived in a mansion hou...

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