Plaque

Tom Cribb English Heritage

Erection date: 2005

Inscription

Tom Cribb, 1781 - 1848, bare knuckle champion lived here.
English Heritage 

Site: Tom Cribb Public House (3 memorials)

SW1, Panton Street, 36

The Richmond plaque can be seen in our photo, between the lamppost and the two blackboards.

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

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Tom Cribb English Heritage

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Tom Cribb

Bare-knuckle fighter. Born at Hanham, Gloucestershire. He moved to London at ...

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Bill Richmond

Bill Richmond

Bill Richmond, freed slave, boxer, entrepreneur, spent the last evening of hi...

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Tom Cribb Public House

Tom Cribb Public House

Tom Cribb Tom Cribb was the British bare-knuckle boxing champion between 1809...

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