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St Mary Rotherhithe Free School

St Mary Rotherhithe Free School and watch-house St Mary Rotherhithe Free School
Inscription

{On the plaque between the two charity scholars:}
St Mary Rotherhithe free school founded by Peter Hill and Robert Bell Esqrs. 1613. Charity school instituted 1742, removed here 1797, supported by voluntary contributions.

Site: St Mary Rotherhithe Free School and watch-house (4 memorials)

SE16, St Marychurch Street, 70

The watch-house is the low building to the right of the one with the scholar statues.  the blue plaque you can just see to the left is for Reverend Nicholas Richards and has its own entry.

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

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
St Mary Rotherhithe Free School

Subjects commemorated Information

Charity scholars

Looking at London has a page about these little blue people but even there we...

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Robert Bell

Elizabethan seafarer. With Peter Hill he co-founded the St Mary Rotherhithe F...

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Peter Hill

Elizabethan seafarer. With Robert Bell he co-founded the St Mary Rotherhithe ...

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St Mary Rotherhithe Free School

Charity school. Co-founded by Robert Bell and Peter Hill for the education of...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
St Mary Rotherhithe Free School

Also at this site Information

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