Plaque

UCL quad - creation

Erection date: 13/11/1985

Inscription

This quadrangle of University College London, of which the first stone was laid on 30 April 1827 by HRH the Duke of Sussex was declared to be complete on 13 November 1985 by HM Queen Elizabeth II.

Site: UCL quad (2 memorials)

WC1, Gower Street, University College London

The original UCL, built 1825 - 1832, comprised this quad and its buildings, by the architect William Wilkins (1778 -1839).

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
UCL quad - creation

Subjects commemorated i

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, K.C.

Sixth son of King George III. 1840 he gave away Queen Victoria in marriage to...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
UCL quad - creation

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University College London (UCL)

The first English university established since Oxford and Cambridge and the f...

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Queen Elizabeth II

Born 17 Bruton Street, to the Duke and Duchess of York. For information on wh...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
UCL quad - creation

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UCL - WW1

UCL - WW1

This inscription is placed here to perpetuate the memory of the members of th...

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Nearby Memorials

Bombs 7/7/05 - Piccadilly line - WC1

Bombs 7/7/05 - Piccadilly line - WC1

WC1, Bernard Street, Russell Square Station

This plaque is identical to the one erected at King's Cross St. Pancras.

28 subjects commemorated
David Cox

David Cox

SW9, Foxley Road, 34

David Cox, 1783 - 1859, artist, lived here. London County Council

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
Edward VII Galleries, British Museum

Edward VII Galleries, British Museum

WC1, Montague Place, British Museum rear entrance

So, all the sevens then. Eric Gill designed and carved this memorial.

1 subject commemorated, 2 creators
Sir Alan Herbert

Sir Alan Herbert

W6, Hammersmith Terrace, 12

Sir Alan Herbert (A.P.H.), 1890 - 1971, author, humourist and reformist M.P. lived and died here. English Heritage

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
Aubrey House

Aubrey House

W8, Aubrey Road and Aubrey Walk

London County Council Aubrey House stands on the site of Kensington Wells an early 18th century spa. Former residents include, Sir Edward...

7 subjects commemorated, 1 creator