Plaque

Thomas Park & J J Park

Erection date: 1909

Inscription

Thomas Park F.S.A. "The poetical antiquary", born 1759, died 1834, and his son, John James Park, author of the first History of Hampstead, born 1795, died 1833, lived here.
Erected by The Hampstead Antiquarian and Historical Society, 1909.

Site: Thomas Park & J.J. Park (1 memorial)

NW3, Church Row, 18

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Thomas Park & J J Park

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John James Park

Author of the first History of Hampstead which he published aged 16. Celebr...

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Thomas Park F.S.A.

"The poetical antiquary", bibliographer and engraver. He published his own ...

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Thomas Park & J J Park

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Hampstead Antiquarian and Historical Society

Sir Walter Besant was the first president and the local historians Thomas Bar...

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