Plaque

London Wall Garden

Erection date: 1872

Inscription

{illegible} . . . St Alphage . . . . . . .ning parts of . . .Old Roman City Wall Closed by act of parliament.
Laid out as a garden 1872.
George Kemp MA - Rector
William Smith, G. R. Tattershall - Churchwardens

Site: London Wall Garden (1 memorial)

EC2, St Alphage Garden

A London Inheritance explains that only the lower section of wall is actually Roman. The top, brick, section is from 1477 when the City Wall was strengthened, and the middle section is, appropriately, Medieval.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
London Wall Garden

Subjects commemorated i

London Wall

This Alan Eisen flickr page will take you on a walk of the Wall, showing many...

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St Alphage Church

Escaped the Great Fire. Demolished and rebuilt in 1774-7. Unused it was demol...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
London Wall Garden

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William Smith (Churchwarden)

Churchwarden of St Alphage in 1872.

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G. R. Tattershall

Churchwarden of St Alphage in 1872.

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