Tree

Dame Elizabeth Lane

Inscription

These trees were given by Dame Elizabeth Lane DBE in memory of her husband Randall Lane CBE, barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, who died 16th August 1975.

Site: Dame Elizabeth Lane (1 memorial)

EC4, Middle Temple Lane, Temple Church - garden

The plaque can just be seen in our photo, on the wall in shadow, between the wide arched openings. The pedestrian in our photo was directly above it 3 or 4 strides back. Luckily the gates that you can see in the foreground were open when we visited but possibly only due to maintenance works. A notice suggests that they are normally locked.

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Dame Elizabeth Lane

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Henry Jerrold Randall Lane, CBE

Henry Jerrold Randall Lane was born on 29 April 1898. He married Elizabeth K...

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Dame Elizabeth Lane

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Dame Elizabeth Lane DBE

Barrister and judge. From First 100 years: "She was the first woman appointed...

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