Plaque

Plaistow Library

Erection date: 29/10/1902

Inscription

{Above the main entrance:}
Passmore Edwards Public Library.

{On the plaque:}
This stone was laid on the 29th October 1902 by the Rt Hon H. H. Asquith K.C., M.P.
Aldn. L.W. Spratt, J.P. Mayor
Aldn. John Kettle - Chairman of Committee

{Around the plaque:}
J.W. Jerram - Builder
S.B. Russell - Architect
F.E. Hilleary - Town Clerk
A. Cotgreave - Borough Librarian

In 1902 Plaistow was part of the Borough of West Ham.

Site: Plaistow Library (1 memorial)

E13, North Street, 79

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesof london.co.uk

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Plaistow Library

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John Passmore Edwards

Political and social reformer, politician, peace activist, and anti-slavery c...

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H. H. Asquith

Born in Morley, Yorkshire. Prime Minister 1908 to 1916. 1st Earl of Oxford an...

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Alfred Cotgreave

Alfred Cotgreave was born on 7 June 1846 in Eccleston, Cheshire, the son of R...

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Frederic Edward Hilleary

Frederic Edward Hilleary was born on 13 December 1841 in Stratford, Essex, th...

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James William Jerram

James William Jerram was the second child of George Jerram (1834-1904) and Ra...

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John Kettle

Chairman of the Plaistow Library Committee in the Borough of West Ham in 1902...

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