Plaque

Leysian Mission - Marshall

Leysian Mission
Leysian Mission - Marshall

Erection date: 22/4/1903

Inscription

Mission founded 1887
Buildings erected 1903

This column was fixed by Sir Horace B. Marshall, LLD, JP, April 22nd 1903.

Site: Leysian Mission (4 memorials)

EC1, City Road

The building is also known as the Imperial Hall. Up the top, in an Art Nouveau swirl the building is dated 1903.  The plaques are, left to right: Reed, McArthur, Strathcona, Marshall.

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

Subjects commemorated i

Leysian Mission

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

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Sir Horace B. Marshall (Junior)

Publisher and newspaper distributor and Lord Mayor of London, 1918–1919.  Bor...

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

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Leysian Mission - McArthur

Leysian Mission - McArthur

{Either side of a cartouche/shield:} Mission founded 1887 Buildings erected 1...

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Leysian Mission - Reed

Leysian Mission - Reed

{Either side of a cartouche/shield:} Mission founded 1887 Buildings erected 1...

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Leysian Mission - Strathcona

Leysian Mission - Strathcona

{Either side of a cartouche/shield:} Mission founded 1887 Buildings erected 1...

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