Plaque

Queen's Head Inn, Southwark

Inscription

The "Queen's Head Inn", owned by the family of John Harvard, founder of Harvard University, formerly stood here.
Historic Southwark

Site: Queen's Head Inn, Southwark (1 memorial)

SE1, Borough High Street, 103

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Queen's Head Inn, Southwark

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Harvard University

One of the most prestigious American universities, located in Cambridge, Mass...

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Queen's Head Inn, Southwark

Coaching Inn. It's origin is uncertain, but in the 15th century it was owned ...

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John Harvard

A plaque inside the library provides the following: “John Harvard was born in...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Queen's Head Inn, Southwark

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Southwark Council

The London Borough of Southwark was created as an amalgamation of the Metropo...

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