John Dennis Welch gates

John Dennis Welch gates John Dennis Welch gates

A. M. D. G. {Ad maiorem Dei gloriam, Latin for For the greater glory of God}
These gates are dedicated in loving memory of John Dennis Welch, Churchwarden. Fec: {meaning "erected":} 1994

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N1, Alford Place, Holy Trinity Church - west side

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John Dennis Welch

Churchwarden of Holy Trinity, Hoxton, before 1994.

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