Event    From 1685  To 6/7/1685

Monmouth Rebellion

Categories: Nationalism

This all took place between Lyme Regis and Bristol, and finished at the battle of Sedgemoor. See Duke of Monmouth.

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Monmouth Rebellion

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Monmouth House

A.D. MMIX This building stands on the site of the former coach-house of Monmo...

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Jean-Paul Marat

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1 memorial
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2 memorials
Austrian Centre

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1 memorial
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1 memorial