Plaque

Hoxton - WW2

Inscription

To the honoured memory of the men, women & children of this church & parish who died in the war, AD 1939 - 45. R. I. P.

Site: Hoxton war memorial (3 memorials)

N1, Bletchley Street, 3, Holy Trinity Church

The 2 stone plaques are embedded in the low retaining wall of the flower bed at the foot of the large blue panel. The difference in wording between them is interesting.

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Hoxton war memorial

Hoxton war memorial

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Hoxton - WW1

Hoxton - WW1

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