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Cholera - Hampstead - 1849 Cholera - Hampstead - 1849

Plaque: Cholera - Hampstead - 1849

Inscription

This building was erected by voluntary contributions for a dispensary and soup kitchen. It was intended as a thank-offering to Almighty God for his special mercy in sparing this parish during the visitation of cholera in the year 1849. The site was purchased in 1850 and the building completed in 1853.

He shall deliver thee from the noisome pestilence.
Psalms 91 v.3

Thomas Ainger M.A. ? ? ?{illegible}

Site: Cholera - Hampstead - 1849 (1 memorial)

NW3, New End, Heathside Preparatory School

Beneath the two windows to the left of the plaque there is some red granite, inscribed "1859", which looks like the remains of a drinking fountain.

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