Plaque

Manor House - Mare Street

Inscription

The Manor House, built 1845 for John Robert Daniel Tyssen, steward for the Hackney Manors, site of the New Mermaid Tavern, c. 1773.
London Borough of Hackney 

Site: Manor House - Mare Street (1 memorial)

E8, Mare Street, 387

Difficult to photograph the whole building. We believe it extends across 7 window bays, our picture showing only the 5 left-most.

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Manor House - Mare Street

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Manor House, Mare Street

Built on the site of the New Mermaid Tavern for John Robert Daniel-Tyssen .  ...

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New Mermaid Tavern, Mare Street

This section of Mare Street was at the time known as Church Street.  The area...

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John Robert Daniel-Tyssen

Brother of the lord of Hackney Manor, and manorial steward. His father's surn...

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