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John Vallentin VC

John Vallentin VC John Vallentin VC

Erection date: 7/11/2014

Inscription

{Below an image of a Victoria Cross medal:}
Captain John Vallentin, the South Staffordshire Regiment, 7th November 1914.

Site: John Vallentin VC (1 memorial)

SE1, Lambeth Road, St Mary's Gardens

The plaque is laid in the ground, to the right in our photo. The building which now houses the Garden Museum used to be St Mary at Lambeth church. These gardens, in the photo, were created in 1932 as a result of the building of a new Lambeth Bridge.

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John Vallentin VC

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World War 1

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Captain John Vallentin

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John Vallentin VC

Created by Information

Department for Communities and Local Government

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