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Harrow School - Grenfell terraces

Harrow School - Miller gates + Grenfell terraces Harrow School - Grenfell terraces

Erection date: 1929

Inscription

These terraces and steps were constructed in 1929 through the generosity of Edward Charles Grenfell 1st Baron St Just, West Acre 1884 - 1888, a governor of the School 1922 - 1941.

Site: Harrow School - Miller gates + Grenfell terraces (3 memorials)

HA1, Church Hill

The gate piers with the urns, that can be seen in our photo, each have a plaque on the other, north facing, side. These are only visible from the large tarmaced area between them and the school building. In our photo the Grenfell terraces plaque can be seen just below the central balustrade.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Harrow School - Grenfell terraces

Subjects commemorated Information

Edward Charles Grenfell

1st Baron St Just. At Harrow, West Acre House, 1884-8. Banker and politician....

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Harrow School - Grenfell terraces

Also at this site Information

Harrow School - gates - east pier

These gates were erected in memory of Colonel E. D. Miller, CBE, DSO, DL, 17t...

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Harrow School - gates - west pier

Also of his son, Gordon Darley Miller, RFA, killed in action, north Russia – ...

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