Mrs. Eliz. Doughty and the Bedford Charity

Mrs. Eliz. Doughty and the Bedford Charity Mrs. Eliz. Doughty and the Bedford Charity

{On the left-most plaque:}
Mrs. Eliz. Doughty, 1824.

{On the right-most plaque:}
Bedford charity bounds 1821. 

These plaques mark property boudaries and identify ownership.

Site: Mrs. Eliz. Doughty and the Bedford Charity (1 memorial)

WC1, Sandland Street, 48 - 47A

Referring to the photograph of the buildings, the pair of plaques are on the brickwork to the right of the balcony, above the black door and immediately below the white string course, just straddling the line between the two houses.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Mrs. Eliz. Doughty and the Bedford Charity

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Bedford Charity

Created by a gift of land by Sir William Harpur to the corporation of Bedford...

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Mrs. Eliz. Doughty

Probably alive in 1824.

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