Plaque

Leland Lewis Duncan

Inscription

London Borough of Lewisham
Leland Lewis Duncan, 1862 - 1923, local historian, lived here, 1873 - 1923.

Site: Leland Lewis Duncan (1 memorial)

SE13, Lingards Street, 8

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Leland Lewis Duncan

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Leland Lewis Duncan

Historian, author and public servant. Born in Lewisham. He served in the War ...

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Lewisham Borough Council

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