Plaque

Tudor Hall - blue

Inscription

This Tudor Hall housed the free grammar school of Queen Elizabeth I who granted its charter in 1573.
London Borough of Barnet

Site: Tudor Hall (2 memorials)

EN5, Wood Street

Above the entrance to the building (to the left of our picture) in stone: 1573, E.R.".

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Tudor Hall - Barnet

Funded by the first Governors of the Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School and the...

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Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School

Queen Elizabeth I granted the charter in 1573.  Set up in the Barnet Tudor Ha...

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Queen Elizabeth I

Daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Born Greenwich Palace.  Succeede...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
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London Borough of Barnet

Barnet keep their logo at the bottom right of their website pages.  We think ...

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Tudor Hall - stone

Tudor Hall - stone

We can't find evidence but it seems likely that when owned by the Jesus Hospi...

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