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Jim Gaffney

Jim Gaffney Jim Gaffney
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Jim Gaffney, 1941 - 2002. Jim spent his life helping vulnerable children. His friend, Gillian Pugh, decided to continue his work by donating his estate to Coram Family.

Site: Jim Gaffney (1 memorial)

WC1, Brunswick Square, Coram Family

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Jim Gaffney

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Foundling Hospital

England's first home for abandoned children. Established in 1739 by Captain T...

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Jim Gaffney

Spent his life helping vulnerable children.

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Gillian Pugh

Friend of Gaffney.

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