Fountain

Joseph Salter

Inscription

(inscribed in the marble plaque and very difficult to read:}
Joseph Salter, 1832 - 1876

Site: Joseph Salter (1 memorial)

NW1, Royal College Street

The green space behind this (defunct) drinking fountain is known as 'College Gardens' and was given to the Vestry of St Pancras (now Camden Council) in 1878 by Salter.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Joseph Salter

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Joseph Salter

Salter was auditor to the Vestry of St Pancras and gave College Gardens to th...

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