Plaque: Chelsea Temperance Society - Dillon
Erection date: 8/1/1908
To the memory of Hon. Conrad A. Dillon, who was connected with this society for 21 years. He was actively engaged in the national temperance organizations & in the development of the “Royal Army Temperance Association” of which he was the first Honorary Secretary. This stone was laid by Surgeon Gen. J. H. Evatt, CB. January 8th 1908.
Site: Chelsea Temperance Society (6 memorials)
SW3, Pond Place, 23
There are two stone plaques either side of the entrance, low on the wall, and two, rather classier, plaques in the entrance lobby. Reading left to right: Brass, Wright, Dillon, McCurrey, Dauncey, Anscombe.