Building    From 1515  To 1940

Fig Tree Court

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Fig Tree Court , 1515 - 1666, was destroyed in the Great Fire of London, rebuilt in 1679 and again destroyed by enemy action 1940.

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Fig Tree Court

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Fig Tree Court

An information board provides: "The end of Inner Temple Hall facing Elm Court...

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Epping Forest Act 1878

Epping Forest Act 1878

The Epping Forest Act placed all the commons and forest in the parish of Epping, except Rye Hill, under the protection and management of the City of London, thus ensuring their preservation. We le...

Event, Gardens / Agriculture, Law

1 memorial
Jules Rimet

Jules Rimet

Football administrator. Born in eastern France. Initially a lawyer, in 1897 he started a sports club called Red Star which did not discriminate against individuals on the basis of class. He was inv...

Person, Law, Sport / Games, France

1 memorial
Lamb Building

Lamb Building

Just to the south-east of Temple Church, it stood on the original burial ground of the Knights Templar. Rebuilt in 1667 after the Great Fire. Destroyed by enemy action 11th May 1941. The name "L...

Building, Law

1 memorial
Ruy Barbosa

Ruy Barbosa

Born Ruy Barbosa D'Oliveira in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil. A defender of civil liberties, he fought for the abolition of slavery in Brazil. He fled to London after being accused of being a conspirat...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Law, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, Brazil

1 memorial
Cannon Hall

Cannon Hall

A Queen Anne mansion. The name probably refers to the whole estate at the time, not just the house. About 1730, when the house was used as a court, a lock-up was built into the garden wall. Gerald ...

Building, Law

1 memorial