Plaque

James McMullan

James McMullan James McMullan
Inscription

In Loving memory of James Alexander Meregillano McMullan, born 7th October 1984, killed during the attack at London Bridge, on 3rd June 2017. A truly decent human being, who will be remembered forever. The world is a much poorer place without his light.

Site: James McMullan (1 memorial)

SE1, Borough High Street

This plaque was brought to our attention by Lionel Wright. The erection date is unknown but it was before 3 June 2022 when the official memorial was unveiled in Cathedral Square. We think the plaque was erected by McMullan's parents and that it is placed close to where he fell, trying to help another victim.

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James McMullan

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London Bridge attack, 2017

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James McMullan

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