Plaque

Sir Francis Ronalds - N5

Sir Francis Ronalds - N5 Sir Francis Ronalds - N5

Erection date: 31/8/2013

Inscription

Sir Francis Ronalds, 1788 - 1873, meteorologist, inventor and pioneer of electric telegraphy, lived and worked here, 1796 - 1813.
London Borough of Islington
Highbury View Tenants Association

Site: Sir Francis Ronalds - N5 (1 memorial)

N5, Highbury Terrace, 1

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

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Sir Francis Ronalds

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