Plaque

Middlesex Hospital and Barnato and Joel

Inscription

The Barnato-Joel Memorial in connection with The Middlesex Hospital.
Built and endowed for cancer patients and cancer research with funds bequeathed by the late Henry I. Barnato in memory of his brother Barnett I. Barnato and his nephew Woolf Joel.
This stone was laid on the 14th July 1910 by H.S.H. Prince Francis of Teck, G.C.V.O. D.S.O.
Trustees of the charity:
H.S.H. Prince Francis of Teck - Chairman,
Solomon Barnato-Joel - Deputy Chairman,
Jack Barnato-Joel,
Samuel Garcia Asher,
Maj. Gen. The Rt. Hon. Lord Cheylesmore, K.C.V.O.
Felix Arthur Davis,
Sir John Purcell, K.C.B.

Edwin T. Hall, FRIBA - architect
Frederic Clare Melhado - Secretary Superintendent.

We had not heard of the Barnato-Joel family before coming across this plaque. If the web can be believed they are a tragic family. Do look up Henry I. Barnato and Woolf Joel at the button 'Subjects Commemorated'.

Site: Middlesex Hospital and Barnato and Joel (1 memorial)

W1, Nassau Street

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Middlesex Hospital

Opened first in 1745 on Windmill Street and moved to Mortimer Street, Fitzrov...

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Barnett I. Barnato

South African financier, b. London as Barnett Isaacs. Competitor of Cecil Rho...

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Woolf Joel

Born Spitalfields.  South African mining magnate and businessman. The web pr...

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Samuel Garcia Asher

Samuel Garcia Asher was born about 1868 in Russell Square, Bloomsbury. His bi...

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Henry I. Barnato

Married Rachel née Pollock (1849-1877).

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Major General, Lord Cheylesmore

Herbert Francis Eaton, 3rd Baron Cheylesmore.  Born London.  Chairman of the ...

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