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Sir Thomas More - birth

Sir Thomas More - birth Sir Thomas More - birth
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Sir Thomas More was born in a house near this site, 7 February 1478.
Corporation of London

Site: Sir Thomas More - birth (1 memorial)

EC2, Milk Street, 25

In April 2011 we noticed that the building holding this plaque had changed so we re-photographed it.

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Sir Thomas More

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