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William Blake - W1, S. Molton Street

William Blake - W1, S. Molton Street William Blake - W1, S. Molton Street
Inscription

The Corporation of the City of London
William Blake, poet and painter, lived here. Born 1757, died 1827.

Initially we were puzzled why the Corporation of the City of London would erect a plaque so far to the west of its patch, but our colleague, Alan Patient, found out. This area used to be the Conduit Mead(e) Estate which was owned and managed by the Corporation.

Site: William Blake - W1, S. Molton Street (1 memorial)

W1, South Molton Street, 17

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William Blake - W1, S. Molton Street

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William Blake

Poet and artist. Except for 3 years spent on the coast near Bognor, Blake liv...

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William Blake - W1, S. Molton Street

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Corporation of the City of London

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