Building    To 1880

Manor House School Stoke Newington

Categories: Education

Boarding School. First mentioned in 1813, but probably built some years before that. Its most famous pupil was Edgar Allan Poe, who was educated there from 1817 to 1820.

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

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Manor House School Stoke Newington

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Edgar Allan Poe - N16 - Plaque 1

Edgar Allan Poe, 1809 - 1849, writer and poet, was a pupil at the Manor House...

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John Runtz

John Runtz

Born at 3 William Street, Kingsland Road. He became a Tunbridge Ware manufacturer, then a music teacher. He broadened his interests to the general education of working-class children and became the...

Person, Education, Gardens / Agriculture, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Thomas Arnold

Thomas Arnold

Headmaster of Rugby School from 1828 to 1841.  Born Isle of Wight.  Father of Matthew Arnold, great grandfather of Aldous and Julian Huxley.  Died at Rugby.

Person, Education, History

1 memorial
University College London (UCL)

University College London (UCL)

The first English university established since Oxford and Cambridge and the first not to discriminate on race, class or religion, and the first to accept women on equal terms. Jeremy Bentham was no...

Group, Education

8 memorials
Bedford College for Women, University of London

Bedford College for Women, University of London

Founded by Elizabeth Jesser Reid as the Ladies College, the first higher education college for women.  In 1900 it became part of the University of London and in 1913 moved to larger purpose built p...

Group, Education, Gender Issues

2 memorials