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Burgess, Clark and Whittard

Burgess, Clark and Whittard + HSBC lions Burgess, Clark and Whittard
Inscription

In memory of Martin Burgess, Peter Clark and Michael Whittard, who died on 21st May 2000.

Site: Burgess, Clark and Whittard + HSBC lions (2 memorials)

E14, Canada Square

The building in the background is 8 Canada Square, HSBC's London head office, and the building on which the 3 construction workers lost their lives.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Burgess, Clark and Whittard

Subjects commemorated Information

Workers killed at work (builders)

The thousands of building workers who have lost their lives at work. Researc...

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Martin Burgess

Died, aged 31, when a construction crane crashed, along with Peter Clark and ...

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Peter Clark

Died, aged 33, when a construction crane crashed. See Martin Burgess for deta...

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Michael Whittard

Died, aged 39,  when a construction crane crashed. See Martin Burgess for det...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Burgess, Clark and Whittard

Also at this site Information

HSBC lions

This pair of lions have an interesting history - closely connected to the HSB...

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