Plaque

Pepys and Navy Office

Inscription

Site of the Navy Office in which Samuel Pepys lived and worked. Destroyed by fire 1673.
The Corporation of the City of London

Site: Pepys and Navy Office (1 memorial)

EC3, Seeting Lane

This plaque is attached to a stone hidden in the bushes. But helpfully the man in the red t-shirt and red socks is marking its location and the tourists at the right are pointing at it, or possibly at the socks.

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Pepys and Navy Office

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Navy Office, Seething Lane

Built on the site of Walsingham's mansion, this was the Navy Office in which ...

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Samuel Pepys

Diarist and Secretary of the Admiralty.  Born Salisbury Court, where his fath...

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Pepys and Navy Office

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Corporation of the City of London

The municipal governing body of the City of London. Officially the 'Mayor and...

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