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Memorial

Hoyland Ragged school

Plaque: Hoyland

Erection date: 9/5/1893

Inscription

This stone was laid by Mr Thomas Hoyland, Acting Superintendent on behalf of the teachers of the old Snow Fields Ragged School.
May 9th 1893

Hoyland was interviewed by Charles Booth regarding this mission on 2 February 1900.

Site: Ragged school (2 memorials)

SE1, Snowfields

The main front facade has three plaques:
- "Feed my lambs"
- 'Arthur's Mission Snow's-Fields 1865 - 1893'
- the Pearce plaque.

The Hoyland plaque is to the right, on the red brick wall just before the corner.

Presumably the Mission was named for someone called Arthur but we can't identify him.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Hoyland

Information Subjects commemorated

50534

Thomas Hoyland

In 1893 the Acting Superintendent of the old Snow Fields Ragged School.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Hoyland

Information Also at this site

60421

Pearce

The Metropolitan Tabernacle is still there, on Newington Butts at Elephant an...

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