Huguenot Street Names

Spital Square - SPAB

Spital Square

No.37 Spital Square is the last surviving Georgian mansion on the Square. It was built in the 1740s by Peter Ogier, a wealthy Huguenot silk […]

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Huguenot Street Names - Palissy Street

Palissy Street

This street was named after Bernard Palissy (1509-1589), a Huguenot craftsman. He was imprisoned in 1588 because of his religious beliefs and died shortly afterwards.

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Fournier Street

This street was named after George Fournier, a Huguenot refugee, and is still full of elegant townhouses which were once home to Huguenot weavers. The […]

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Crispin Street

This street was named in 1883 after the death of Henri of Artois (1820-1883), the Count of Chambord and pretender to the French throne, to […]

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