Plaque

Geoffrey Dearmer and Margaret

Inscription

In memory of Geoffrey Dearmer, 1893 - 1996 and of Margaret Helen Dearmer, 1898 - 1980.

Site: St Mary's Primrose Hill - Dearmers + war memorial - 2018 (3 memorials)

NW3, Elsworthy Road, St Mary's, Primrose Hill

In our photo, looking left to right, the bench is in the small church garden hidden behind the car; the Dearmer plaque is on the wall behind the plants; the 2018 war memorial plaque can be seen on the wall to the right of the right-most tree. The first St Mary's Primrose Hill war memorial is outside of our photo, to the right.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Geoffrey Dearmer and Margaret

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Geoffrey Dearmer

Poet, writer and radio broadcaster.  Born 59 South Lambeth Road, son of Percy...

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Margaret Helen Dearmer

Elder daughter of Sir Henry Procter, and wife to Geoffrey Dearmer.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Geoffrey Dearmer and Margaret

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Malcolm Craddock

Malcolm Craddock

Erected between 2015 and 2019.

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St Mary's Primrose Hill war memorial - 2018

St Mary's Primrose Hill war memorial - 2018

On the Just Giving page: "The names on the beautiful but fading current memor...

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