Plaque

Leysian - 4

Inscription

This stone was laid by Thomas Walker Esq. JP, October 29th 1889.

Site: Leysian Mission - Errol Street (4 memorials)

EC1, Errol Street, 12

The foundation stones are listed here left to right. They were laid in October 1889 and the building opened in April the following year.

2014: building occupied by the Royal Statistical Society.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Leysian - 4

Subjects commemorated i

Leysian Mission

From Wesley's Chapel and from Kay: The Leys School was opened in Cambridge i...

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Thomas Walker

Active in 1889.  Possibly from Bolton.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Leysian - 4

Also at this site i

Leysian - 1

Leysian - 1

This stone was laid by Rev. W. F. Moulton DD, October 29th 1889. W. H. Boney ...

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Leysian - 2

Leysian - 2

This stone was laid by Mrs E. S. Whelpton, October 29th 1889.

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Leysian - 3

Leysian - 3

The stone is somewhat damaged which means the G of Holman's name is uncertain.

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