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Memorial

German Hospital - Duke of Cambridge German Hospital

Plaque: German Hospital - Duke of Cambridge

Erection date: 1864

Inscription

{Above the entrance:}
This hospital was opened, XV October MDCCCLXIV {1864} by HRH the Duke of Cambridge - President
D. Meinertzhagen - Treasurer
Rev. A Walbaum DD Hon Secret.
T. L. Donaldson and E. A. Gruning - Architects.

The Duke's name crops up quite often around here. Not surprising given his German background and the large German community.

Site: German Hospital (2 memorials)

E8, Ritson Road / Madinah Road

This U-shaped 1864 extension is the building to which the above-door inscription refers. The same architects also designed the West Lodge and probably the North Lodge.

There is also meant to be a Hackney plaque here but we did not see it.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
German Hospital - Duke of Cambridge

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German Hospital

Opened with 12 beds in 1845. The local German community was very large at thi...

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Thomas Leverton Donaldson

Architect.  Born 8 Bloomsbury Square.  Co-founder of RIBA.  Died at home, 21 ...

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Edward A. Gruning

Architect. Designed the German Gymnasium at King's Cross, 1864-5. Son-in-law ...

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D. Meinertzhagen

Daniel Meinertzhagen VI. Head of the Frederick Huth merchant bank, as his fat...

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Rev. A Walbaum

Founded and then served for 46 years as Honorary Secretary and Chaplain of th...

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German Hospital - Duke of Cambridge

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Field Marshal, HRH Prince George, 2nd Duke of Cambridge

KG, KT, KP, GCB, GCMG, GCVO, KJStJ, ADC, Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, Col...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
German Hospital - Duke of Cambridge

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German Hospital

In commemoration of the German Hospital which served the healthcare of the co...

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