On Exeter Bridge over the River Derwent in Derby, England, are four impressive plaques dedicated to people associated with the city.
BORN FULL STREET, DERBY,
SEPTEMBER 30TH 1723.
DIED SEPTEMBER 20TH 1815.'
BORN EXETER ROW, DERBY,
APRIL 27TH 1820.
DIED DECEMBER 8TH 1903.'
BORN NEWARK [ELSTON], DECEMBER 12TH1731.
DIED APRIL 18TH 180.'
PIONEER OF THE SILK INDUSTRY IN DERBY.
LIVED IN FULL STREET'.'
At the age of seven, the poet and historian William Hutton went to work in Lombe's silk mill a few hundred yards to the north of Exeter Bridge, which now houses a museum.
Hutton is also remembered by a statue on the former Boot's building on the corner of St Peter's Street and Thorntree Lane in Derby.