Plaque

Jim Connell

Inscription

Jim Connell, 1852 - 1929, Irish, socialist and author of 'The Red Flag' lived here, 1915 - 1929.
Lewisham
The Labour Party

Site: Jim Connell (1 memorial)

SE23, Stondon Park, 22a

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

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Jim Connell

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The Red Flag

A socialist song, written by Jim Connell. (supposedly on a train journey betw...

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Jim Connell

Political activist. Born in Rathniska, near Kilskyre, County Meath. As a teen...

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Jim Connell

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Labour Party

Political party founded by Keir Hardie and others.

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Lewisham Borough Council

The Borough of Lewisham was formed as an amalgamation of the Metropolitan Bor...

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