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The Bird Family The Bird Family

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: The Bird Family

Inscription

{Beneath a coat of arms with a damaged date of 18(7?)2:}
This building stands on the site of 190 Shepherds Bush Road, home of George Bird and his family in the 19th century, as West London builders and brick makers they were responsible for many local buildings, including the earliest parts of Nazareth House and the Sacred Heart School, the stonework of the first Hammersmith Bridge (the present, second, bridge is built on the original Bird piers), and Holy Trinity Church on Brook Green. The Birds were also active in civic development and public welfare and founded the West London Hospital in Hammersmith Road, the coat of arms was formerly placed above the gateway of 190 Shepherds Bush Road.
Hammersmith and Fulham Historic Buildings Group

Site: The Bird Family (1 memorial)

W6, Shepherds Bush Road, 190

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Hammersmith Bridge

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Holy Trinity Church Brook Green

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Nazareth House

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Sacred Heart School, Hammersmith

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49481

West London Hospital

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Hammersmith and Fulham Historic Buildings Group

Founded to focus attention on the historic environment of the borough and to ...

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