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(lost) Bowler plaque - Arrows and Target

Bowler plaque - Arrows and Target

Erection date: 1995

We failed to find this in 2014 and again Dec-Jan 2017. This cast-iron roundel, which shows arrows centred on a target, is one of 22 - see Bowler's page for more details.

Site: Bowler plaque - Arrows and Target (1 memorial)

E1, Artillery Passage

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Bowler plaque - Arrows and Target

Subjects commemorated Information

Artillery Gardens in Spitalfields

From Bowyers Company: "The word 'artillery' comes from the French 'arc tirer'...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Bowler plaque - Arrows and Target

Created by Information

Keith Bowler

We cannot find any information about Bowler himself, only that in c.1990-2010...

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