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Andrew Johnston Andrew Johnston

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

Plaque: Andrew Johnston

Erection date: 30/3/1915

Inscription

This bridge was opened on March 30th 1915 by Mr. Andrew Johnston Chairman of the Essex County Council and Mrs. Johnston.
It was built in the first year of the great war and replaced the old ferry bridge built in 1760 by Sir William Maynard - Baronet.
Sheldon - Engineer.
French - Contractor.

Site: Andrew Johnston (1 memorial)

N17, Ferry Lane, Ferry Boat Inn

The plaque can be seen in our photo, below the street lamp.

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World War 1

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Essex County Council

It governs the non-metropolitan county of Essex, and meets at County Hall in ...

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Sir William Maynard

Politician. He served as member of parliament for Essex from 1759 until 1772.

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Andrew Johnston

Politician. His Wikipedia page shows that he was elected as a Liberal Party M...

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Charlotte Anne Johnston

She was born as Charlotte Anne Trevelyan on 1 August 1836 in Malden, Surrey, ...

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