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Mary Anne Clarke's house

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We think Clarke lived in 1803 in the house that can be seen to the left (west) of this church. See the plaque page for why we think this. And that the Duke of York frequently visited her here. 

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Mary Anne Clarke's house

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Mary Anne Clarke

Mary Anne Clarke, 1776 - 1852, mistress of Prince Frederick, Duke of York, li...

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NPS Group

NPS Group

Property designers and managers.

Group, Property

1 memorial
Beresford Square

Beresford Square

A market square in Woolwich. It was formed in the early 19th century and named after General William Beresford, Master-General of the Ordnance and Governor of the Royal Military Academy. Our pictur...

Place, Commerce, Property

1 memorial
Fleming Court flats opened

Fleming Court flats opened

Built by the Metropolitan Borough of Paddington Architects’ Department, or the LCC depending on source.

Event, Property

1 memorial
Rotherhithe Old Town Hall

Rotherhithe Old Town Hall

 Built in 1895 by the architects Murray and Foster.  The caryatides can be seen in the image either side of the entrance at the right. In 1905 Rotherhithe merged with Bermondsey and St Olave and t...

Building, Politics & Administration, Property

2 memorials
38 Brunswick Square

38 Brunswick Square

This 4-storey Georgian house was built by Charles Mayor under the supervision of James Burton in 1804. The only other notable former resident was John Thomas (1818-32), Governor of the Foundling Ho...

Building, Property

1 memorial