90 plaques with a category of Royalty

Plaza de los Naranjos, 29601 Marbella, SpainKing Juan Carlos I(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 01-Jun-2019)

Nevada Street and The Avenue, Greenwich, London SE10King William IV(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 04-May-2017)
Plaque Wording: This statue stood formerly in King William Street in the City of London where it was set up in 1845. It was removed to this site and presented to H.M. Office of Works by the Corporation of the City of London in 1936.

22 Charles Street, London W1J 5DTKing William IV (Duke of Clarence)(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 20-Feb-2016)

Hyde Park, London W2 2ETMaharaja's Fountain(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 25-Apr-2019)

1C King Street, London SW1Y 6QGNapoleon III(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 05-Jun-2015)

Millenium Quay, Deptford, Glaisher Street, London SE8Peter the Great(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 15-Aug-2017)

Royal Northern Gardens, 6 Manor Gardens, London N7 6JXPrincess Louise (Duchess of Argyle) (Royalty) Philip E Hill (Entrepreneur)(Photos Taken: 27-May-2019)
Plaque Wording: RNH opened by HRH Princess Louise Duchess of Argyle GBE on the 30th October 1924
This stone was laid by Philip E Hill Esq chairman of Beechams Pills Ltd on the 8th day of December 1936.

East end of the Serpentine, Hyde Park, London W2Queen Caroline(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 11-Oct-2016)

17 Bruton Street, London W1J 6QBQueen Elizabeth II(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 22-Jun-2015)

Marlborough House Gardens, St. James's, London SW1Y 5HYQueen Mary(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 03-May-2019)

Queen Victoria Statue, Victoria, BC V8V 2L8, CanadaQueen Victoria(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 07-Jul-2019)

30 Grove Place, Hampstead, London NW3 1JRQueen Victoria(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 08-May-2019)
Plaque Wording: This stone was laid by Mrs Sarah A Gotto on the 13th July 1886 being the 50th Yr of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria

Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens, London W8 4PXQueen Victoria(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 02-May-2016)

77 Chester Square, Belgravia, London SW1W 9DYQueen Wilhelmina(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 13-Feb-2018)

53 Holland Park, London W11 3RS Maharajah Duleep Singh(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 17-Aug-2017)

5 Thames Street, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1PJ Christian Victor(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 09-Jul-2016)

Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, London SE1 9DA Mahomet Weyonomon(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 02-Jul-2017)
Plaque Wording: Seeking Justice from the Crown.
In 1736 Mahomet Weyonomon, a Mohegan Sachem (chief), died in Aldermanbury in the City of London. He was 36 years old. Foreigners could not be buried in the City, so he was carried across the river and buried near St Saviours Church, now Southwark Cathedral. The exact location of the grave is unknown. The sculpture behind you is his memorial.
Mahomets presence in London was the result of injustice and exploitation. His tribe had helped the first settlers in New England survive the bitter cold and repel Indian attacks. The Mohegans became allies of the English but settlers began to steal tribal lands. Despite support for the Mohegan cause from Queen Annes Commissioners in 1705, the lands were not returned.
Mohomet sailed to London in 1735 with three supporters to petition King George II for the return of the stolen lands. While awaiting an audience, Captain John Mason and Mahomet contracted smallpox and died. This memorial was erected at the request of the Mohegan tribe to honour a fallen chief. A stone was brought from Mohegan lands and carved with forms that reflect ancient custom by Peter Randall-Page. It was unveiled by Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, on 22nd November 2006 with the tribal chairman Bruce Two Dogs Bozsum and the US Ambassador - symbolically granting the audience Mahomet never received.
Mahomet wrote several languages including English and Latin. He was the grandson of Sachem Oweneco who was granted the return of Mohegan lands by an order of 1705 which was ignored by the Connecticut government. Sachem comes from the Mohegan word for stone or rock.

Black Prince Road, Lambeth, London SE11 6HXBlack Prince(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 27-May-2016)
Plaque Wording: The Black Prince was a brilliant medieval war lord who lived 1330-1376. His two most famous victories were at the battles of Crecy (1346), when he was only 16, and Poitiers (1356), where King John of France was captured. As the son of Edward III the Black Prince was heir to the throne of England, but died before his father. The road has been named after him because the Black Prince owned and extended Kennington Manor, which has remained the property of the monarch's eldest son to this day.

13 Albion Street, London W2 2AS Charles Vyner Brooke(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 26-Apr-2015)

9 Royal Terrace, Southend-on-Sea SS1 1DYCaroline Princess of Wales(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 18-Jun-2017)

18 Melbury Road, Kensington, London W14 8LTCetshwayo(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 20-May-2015)

Queens Wood Cafe, 42 Muswell Hill Road, Highgate, London N10 3JPQueens Wood (Historical London)Duchess of Albany (Royalty)(Photos Taken: 12-Sep-2019)
Plaque Wording: Queens Wood Highgate This wood comprising 50 acres was opened for the use and enjoyment of the public as an open space for ever, on July 23rd 1898 by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Albany.

Southwark Bridge, London EC4RKing Alfred(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 25-Sep-2016)

7 Church Street, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1PEKing Charles I(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 11-Feb-2019)

Banqueting House, Whitehall, London SW1A 2ERKing Charles I(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 12-Jul-2018)

Royal Botanical Gardens, Plaza de Murillo, 2, 28014 Madrid, SpainKing Charles III of Spain(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 01-Apr-2016)
Plaque Wording: To Carlos III
Founder of this Royal Botanic Garden
Juan March Foundation 1781-1981

72 South Audley Street, London W1K 1JBKing Charles X of France(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 09-May-2015)

15 Thames Street, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1PLKing Edward VII(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 09-Jul-2016)

25 Cleveland Square, London W2 6DDKing George Tupou V of Tonga(Royalty)(Photos Taken: 14-Jan-2017)

105 Gower Street, Fitzrovia, London WC1E 6AANational Institute for the Deaf (Charitable)King George VI (Royalty)(Photos Taken: 29-Jan-2019)
Plaque Wording: This building was opened as the headquarters of the National Institute for the Deaf by his majesty King George VI when HRH the Duke of York on the 11th day of June 1936.

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