Fountain

Henry Sterry fountain

Inscription

{Inscribed on the long plaque of red granite at the top:}
The gift of Henry Sterry Esqr.

{and on red granite lower down:}
1859

A lovely fountain, with its egg-and-dart cornicing and gaping mouth, which presumably is where the functioning parts once sat.

Site: Henry Sterry fountain (1 memorial)

SE1, Abbey Street

The early 19th century building was a watch house.

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Henry Sterry fountain

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Henry Sterry

The Quakers list a Henry Sterry born 1803 in the parish of St George the Mart...

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