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Location Item Huguenot Name Year Details Website
St Paul’s CathedralCraftsmanship & memorialJean Tijou, Edward RiouGates by Jean Tijou inside the cathedral. Memorial to Captain Edward Riou RN at the west end of the crypt.
Sunbury-on-ThamesStreet nameFrench Street
Sunbury-on-ThamesChurch MinisterCharles le BlancMinister of the Little French Church in Sunbury
The plaque is on St Lukes Primary School, Bath Street, LondonFrench Hospital, La Providence - A hospital for Huguenot refugeesJacques de Gastigny1708The four acres of land was purchased in 1708, with money gifted by Jacques de Gastigny. The sum of £1, 000. An almhouse was built and turned into a hospital for the Huguenot people of Smithfield, London. It opened in 1718 with eighty beds.
The Willows, Willow Lane, Mitcham, SurreyPhoto of The Willows, Silk and Calico printing millMore Info...
Victoria & Albert Museum SW7Extensive collection of silk and ceramics.
Wandsworth SW18Mount Nod - burial ground at top of East Hill containing numerous French tombstones
Webb SquareWeavers ResidenceDavid LeSueur Sr.1745David LeSueur of Webb Square, Shoreditch, died 19 January 1745, weaver.
Westminster AbbeyMemorials to, and sculpures by, Huguenots.Effigies and sculptures by Roubiliac, Poultrain, Le Sueur. Memorials to Field Marshal Ligonier, Isaac Casaubon, David Garrick.
Westminster AbbeyMonumentThomas Sanders Dupuiss1796Musician, organist and composer to the King. Died in 1796. Organist at Charlotte Street Chapel.
WimbledonPossible location of Huguenot silk weaving and wig makingWimbledon. By 1631, ‘Dutchmen’ are recorded as manufacturing kettles and frying pans here, while other Huguenot refugees are thought to have engaged in silk weaving and wig making here.More Info...
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