Plaque   

Beatrice Viscountess Samuel

Lady Samuel's Garden Beatrice Viscountess Samuel

Erection date: 1992

Inscription

This garden is dedicated to Beatrice Viscountess Samuel who was born, lived and died in this neighbourhood, 1871 - 1959.

{A second plaque on the same wall reads:}
This garden was refurbished by Westminster City Council in consultation with the residents of Bayswater, January 1992. 

Site: Lady Samuel's Garden (2 memorials)

W2, Corner of Inverness Terrace and Porchester Gardens

Another plaque on the wall, in the same style as the Viscountess's, reads: "This garden was refurbished by Westminster City Council in consultation with the Residents of Bayswater, January 1992."

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

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Beatrice Viscountess Samuel

Subjects commemorated Information

Beatrice Viscountess Samuel

Born Beatrice Miriam Franklin. Wife of Herbert Louis Samuel (1st Viscount Sam...

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Beatrice Viscountess Samuel

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