Plaque

Emily Wilding Davison - Epsom

Emily Wilding Davison - Epsom Emily Wilding Davison - Epsom
Inscription

{Surrounding the Epsom and Ewell Borough arms with the motto 'None Such':}
Our Past
Emily Davison, heroine of the Women's Suffrage Movement, was cared for here, 1913.
Epsom & Ewell Famous People

Site: Emily Wilding Davison - Epsom (1 memorial)

KT17, Alexandra Road, Epsom Cottage Hospital

Epsom Cottage Hospital moved into this purpose-built accommodation in 1889. In 1948 it joined the NHS but closed in 1988. Now, 2017, it houses a large private practice. The plaque is to the left of the cluster of windows below the gable.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Emily Wilding Davison - Epsom

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Emily Wilding Davison

Militant suffragette. Born Roxburgh House, Vanbrugh Park Road, Greenwich (see...

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Emily Wilding Davison - Epsom

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We have found another plaque in the same style erected under the name of 1937...

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