Plaque

Lawrence Hall - Baron Lambourne

Erection date: 19/10/1926

Inscription

The foundation stone of this building was laid 19th October 1926 by the Rt Hon Amelius Richard Mark Baron Lambourne PC, CVO, VMH, His Majesty's Lieutenant for the County of Essex and President of the Royal Horticultural Society.

Site: Lawrence Hall (2 memorials)

SW1, Greycoat Street

The Lascelles plaque is to the right of the central door, Lambourne to the left.

Built 1928, architect: John Murray Easton.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Lawrence Hall - Baron Lambourne

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Lawrence Hall

Built as an exhibition hall for the Royal Horticultural Society, initially ca...

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Lawrence Hall - Baron Lambourne

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Royal Horticultural Society

Founded originally as "The Horticultural Society of London" by seven friends ...

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Amelius Richard Mark Baron Lambourne

Soldier and politician. His Majesty's Lieutenant for the County of Essex and ...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Lawrence Hall - Baron Lambourne

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Lawrence Hall - Viscountess Lascelles

Lawrence Hall - Viscountess Lascelles

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