Plaque

Jet Harris

Erection date: 1/4/2012

Inscription

Jet Harris MBE, 1939 - 2011, musician, was born at the former Willesden Maternity Hospital which stood on this site.
The Heritage Foundation

Site: Jet Harris (1 memorial)

NW9, Honeypot Lane, 134, Kingswood Centre

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Jet Harris

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Jet Harris

Musician. Born Terence Harris in Kingsbury. He played with several groups bef...

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Willesden Maternity Hospital

Also known as the Kingsbury Hospital. In 1972 it was refurbished as the Kings...

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