Plaque

Pitts in Bromley

Erection date: 28/5/2009

Inscription

Behind these premises stood Hayes Place, the home of William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham, 1708 - 1778, British Prime Minister, and the birthplace of William Pitt the Younger, 1759 - 1806, British Prime Minister.
The London Borough of Bromley

Site: Pitts in Bromley (1 memorial)

BR2, Hayes Place

Thanks to Gordon for telling us about this plaque and thanks to Alan Patient for the photos.

Credit for this entry to: Gordon Barclay

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Pitts in Bromley

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Hayes Place

From the picture source: "Site of a house since the 15th century, in 1754 Wil...

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William Pitt (the Elder)

Born Westminster. Earl of Chatham and Prime Minister. Father of William Pitt ...

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William Pitt (the Younger)

Born Hayes, Kent. Son of William Pitt the Elder. Tory. Entered parliament in ...

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Pitts in Bromley

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London Borough of Bromley

Formerly part of Kent, it has been part of Greater London since 1963.

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