Building    From 1790  To 1815

Montague House

Categories: Architecture

Named after the first Duke of Montagu, it was the amalgamation of two late-seventeenth century houses with the addition of Park Corner House. The residence of Caroline of Brunswick, queen consort to King George IV from 1801 to 1813. Demolished in 1815, all that remains is a bath reputedly used by the queen.

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Montague House

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Montague House

On the sequence of events the plaque is not clear. Caroline married George in...

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Lieutenant Hugh Cecil Benson

Lieutenant Hugh Cecil Benson

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Person, Architecture, Armed Forces, Belgium

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

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F. M. Elgood

F. M. Elgood

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1 memorial
Basil Champneys

Basil Champneys

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Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Sir Robert Smirke

Sir Robert Smirke

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Person, Architecture

2 memorials