Asgill House plaque in Old Palace Lane
Asgill House plaque in Old Palace Lane
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Asgill House plaque in Old Palace Lane
This detailed view of the stone plaque on the perimeter wall of Asgill House in Old Palace Lane marks the site of the river frontage of Richmond Palace, dating back to Henry I in 1125. Key events also cited are Edward III's death in 1377, the rebuilding of the Palace by Henry VII and his death in 1509, and the death of Queen Elizabeth in 1603. The Palace was sold off by the Commonwealth Parliament after Charles I's execution, and much of buildings demolished and redeveloped, but the brick Gate House from its Tudor period, which overlooks Richmond Green, survives and together with Old Palace Yard remains an important heritage site within the Richmond Green conservation are of Richmond-upon-Thames.
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