Building    To 1845

Red Lion House

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Spitalfields Life, our picture source, says: "Becoming the Red Lion Tavern after his {Culpeper's} death, the building was demolished in the eighteen-forties as part of road widening when Commercial St was cut through to carry traffic from the docks." And has a map showing the streets at the time and other information about the house.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Red Lion House

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Nicholas Culpeper

Nicholas Culpeper (1616 - 1654) physician, herbalist, astrologer and writer, ...

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C. & F. Bryen

C. & F. Bryen

Builders active in 1937, but the London Gazette carried this: "NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned Charles Francis Bryen and Frank William ...

Group, Property

1 memorial
Portman family

Portman family

in 1532 Sir William Portman of Somerset, Lord Chief Justice to Henry VIII acquired land covering an area of 270 acres stretching from Oxford Street to Regents Canal. A large part of this land, no...

Group, Friend / family, Property

1 memorial
Blake's house SE1

Blake's house SE1

Blake lived here with his wife, Catherine, throughout the 1790s. The photograph was taken in about 1913 and shows that it had already been honoured with a plaque. Despite this the house, with the r...

Building, Property

2 memorials
Worcester House - City

Worcester House - City

From Louis Zettersten: WORCESTER WHARF – Here stood in the 15th century Worcester House, belonging to the Earls of Worcester, but Stow records that the palace was "now divided into many tenements."...

Building, Liveries & Guilds, Property

1 memorial
Frederick L. Dove

Frederick L. Dove

DL FSA. We believe he was one of the Dove Bros..

Person, Property

1 memorial