Plaque

Collingham Garden

Collingham Garden
Collingham Garden

Erection date: 1951

Inscription

Collingham Garden
The use of this ground for the welfare of children for all time has been bequeathed under the will of John Cyril Lees Collingham who died on May 28th 1936.
Erected by the Governors of the Foundling Hospital 1951.

Site: Collingham Garden (1 memorial)

WC1, Brunswick Square, Coram Family

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Collingham Garden

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John Cyril Lees Collingham

John Cyril Lees Collingham was born in 1865, the second of the six children o...

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Collingham Garden

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Foundling Hospital

England's first home for abandoned children. Established in 1739 by Captain T...

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