Plaque

Ian Goodson Wickes

Princess Alice Garden
Ian Goodson Wickes
Inscription

Dr. Ian Goodson Wickes, MA, MD, FRCP, DCH, 7.4.1917 - 10.3.1973, Chief Assistant Childrens Department, 1946 - 1951, in whose memory funds were donated to the Surgery House Project.

This plaque is on the bench around the tree.

Site: Princess Alice Garden (2 memorials)

EC1, St Bartholomew's Hospital

This charming garden is well hidden. Entering the hospital from West Smithfield, turn to the left just before you pass the church.

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Dr. Ian Goodson Wickes

MA, MD, FRCP, DCH. Chief Assistant Childrens Department, St Bartholomew's Hos...

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Princess Alice Garden

Princess Alice Garden

This plaque is on the wall behind the tree.

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