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Memorial

Fryatt at Liverpool Street Station WW1, Fryatt and Wilson

Monument: Fryatt at Liverpool Street Station

Erection date: 27/7/1917

Inscription

{Incised in the marble below the medallion:}
To the memory of Captain Charles Fryatt, July 27th 1916, from the neutral admirers of his brave conduct and heroic death.
The Netherlands Section of the League of Neutral States Jul 27th 1917.

{Written in the lower left of the bronze medallion:}
H. T. H. van Golberdinge

Site: WW1, Fryatt and Wilson (3 memorials)

EC2, Liverpool Street Station

Prior to the restoration of the station these memorials stood elsewhere. The war memorial was originally erected in the booking hall. One can see that the arrangement has been rather cobbled together - the lift would not have been part of any original design. The stone frieze, "Great Eastern Railway", was salvaged from Harwich House.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Fryatt at Liverpool Street Station

Information Subjects commemorated

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World War 1

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Captain Charles Algernon Fryatt

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Fryatt at Liverpool Street Station

Information Created by

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Netherlands Section of the League of Neutral States

We can only find two references to this organisation: a references to its for...

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H. T. H. van Golberdinge

Sculptor active in 1917.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Fryatt at Liverpool Street Station

Information Also at this site

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Sir Henry Wilson at Liverpool Street Station

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WW1 at Liverpool Street Station

An error in one of the names (Cleathers / Cleathero) has been pointed out to ...

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