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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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Alexander James Avery

Alexander James Avery

At the ever useful Pubs History we learn that the 1899 Post Office Directory lists Alex Jas Avery as the publican of White Hart pub in Kennington Lane. Other names are given for 1895 and for 1899 s...

Person, Commerce, Property

1 memorial
Bartram House

Bartram House

This Georgian house was on The Green, Hampstead, in an area now occupied by the west-most part of the Hampstead Royal Free Hospital. It was Sir Rowland Hill's home for 30 years, during which time S...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Notting Hill Housing Trust

Notting Hill Housing Trust

A social enterprise and charity providing affordable housing for Londoners. It was founded by Bruce Kenrick who had moved to Notting Hill in 1963 (which was then a far cry from the desirable area i...

Group, Property, Social Welfare

2 memorials
Henry Jermyn, Earl of St Albans

Henry Jermyn, Earl of St Albans

Diplomat and courtier.  Favourite of Queen Henrietta Maria (wife of Charles I). Fought on the King's side in the Civil War and after his execution continued to support the Queen and two princes in ...

Person, Politics & Administration, Property

1 memorial