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Subject Where It Is What it Is Additional Info
Art Westminster Abbey Memorials to, and sculpures by, Huguenots. Effigies and sculptures by Roubiliac, Poultrain, Le Sueur. Memorials to Field Marshal Ligonier, Isaac Casaubon, David Garrick.
Art and manufacture Victoria & Albert Museum, London SW7 Extensive collection of silk and ceramics.
Artwork & furniture Hampton Court Palace, Surrey KT8 9AU Paintings by Rousseau & Van Somer, Marot-style furniture, carvings by Pelletier, chimney piece by Le Sage, boundary screen by Tigou.
Burial ground Wandsworth, London SW18 "Mount Nod" - burial ground at top of East Hill containing numerous French tombstones."
Burial ground/cemetery Bunhill Fields, London Early nonconformist cemetery Burials of Huguenots were usually in Anglican churchyards thus they appear in parish registers, but some can be found in the early nonconformist cemetery at Bunhill Fields, London.
Cabinetmaking Private collections of descendants, USA Three marquetry Victorian boxes made ca 1900 by Huguenot cabinetmaker James Lefevre Claisse of Bethnal Green
Ceramics from the Chelsea Porcelain Factory Brighton and Hove Museum The factory was run by Flemish Huguenot Nicholas Sprimont www.brighton-hove-rpml.org.uk
Craftsmanship & memorial St Paul's Cathedral, London Gates by Jean Tijou inside the cathedral. Memorial to Captain Edward Riou RN at the west end of the crypt.
French Church Soho Square, London W1 The direct descendant of the first foreign Protestant church founded in the City in 1550. Modern doorway carving represents the Huguenot refugee experience.
Huguenot trail Bristol Memorials to Huguenots (who came to Bristol in 1680s) in Lord Mayor's Chapel & nearby nearby St Stephen's Church. Also fine ironwork in Huguenot style in both churches.
Jamme Masjid Corner of Fournier Street and Brick Lane, Spitalfields E1 former Protestant chapel known as ‘La Neuve Eglise’
Orange Street Congregational Chapel Orange Street, London WC2 The chapel was formerly used for French Protestant worship.
Shop front 56-58 Artillery Lane, Spitalfields Home of silk merchants Jourdain and Rybot, built c. 1756
Silvercraft Actively traded and in private collections Silvercraft by Daniel and Charles May, Huguenot family in Blackfriar's, Shoreditch, BG etc mid-1700s-1800s Charles and Daniel both appear in Grimwade's Biographies, and their work is actively traded and can be seen online. There is a private collection of Charles May's thimbles in Australia.
St Matthew's Bethnal Green Peter Renvoize whose family tomb is within the church grounds. He was a sibling of Elizabeth Renvoize.
The Flower Pot An historic pub called the Flower Pot was situated at "the Corner of Cock-lane and Brick-lane, in the Road leading from Shoreditch to Bethnal-green" (now 120 Bethnal Green Road) , just a few steps from Brick Lane, and was present by 1800, when it hosted Building Sources: 1) http://www.closedpubs.co.uk/london/e2_bethnalgreen_flowerpot.html, and 2) The (London) Times, Sat, 29 Jun 1793, p 4 (the latter being an advertisement for the sale of Mr. Boniface Claisse's (a Huguenot) leaseholds--Nos. 139 and 140 Brick Lane;
The Flower Pot, cont'd ...meetings of a local Huguenot society. It survived as a pub until at least 1917, but is now long-closed and in retail and cafe use. Building
Thomas Sanders Dupuiss Westminster Abbey Monument Musician, organist and composer to the King. Died in 1796. Organist at Charlotte Street Chapel.
Townhouse Antiques 5 Fournier Street, E1 An 18th century silk merchant’s house
Weavers' residences Bateman’s Row, Brick Lane, Church Row, Club Row, Cock Lane, Dirty Lane, Elder St (Liberty of Norton Folgate), George St, Hare St, Hart’s Lane, Holywell Lane, New Gravel Lane, New Inn Yard, Sclater St, Swan Yard, Turville St Residences of 18th and 19th century Huguenot weavers, including Chamberlain, Claisse and Boisson families Sources: Parish records, census records, The London Times, Proceedings of the Old Bailey, poor law removal records