Person    | Male  Born 4/1/1341  Died 5/6/1381

Wat Tyler

Leader of the Peasants' Revolt of 1381. Killed at Smithfield by the Mayor of London, William Walworth.

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Wat Tyler

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Savoy Hotel - AR-MR

SH On the 13th June 1381, the Palace of the Savoy was burned and destroyed b...

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St John's Gate

When we first spotted this plaque it was brass and quite brief. Sometime arou...

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The Great Rising / Peasants' Revolt

Matthew Bell realised that The Great Rising lacked a proper memorial and that...

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