Plaque

Lady Mayoress - EC2

Erection date: 28/5/1902

Inscription

This stone was laid by The Lady Mayoress, May 28th 1902.

We published this with the incorrect Lord Mayor (Marcus Samuel) and Mayoress.

2022: Alicia Collinson kindly emailed us to set it right. In November 1901 Joseph Dimsdale begun his year in office so it would be his wife that laid this stone.

Site: Lady Mayoress - EC2 (1 memorial)

EC2, London Wall, All hallows on the Wall Church

The church is the large building to the west. The building with the plaque looks like an extension of some sort and it is of a date that the plaque could be the foundation stone. The building looks incomplete to us and we hazard a guess that it was damaged, probably in wartime, and that the current first floor is a later addition.

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Lady Mayoress - EC2

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Beatrice Eliza Bower Dimsdale

Daughter of Robert Hunt Holdsworth, of London. 1873 married Joseph Dimsdale a...

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