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Plaque 3 Chapel hall

Plaque: Plaque 3

Inscription

This site was first used for worship in 1573 by pioneer nonconformists - later by Huguenot refugees - In 1809 a Congregational church was formed which moved in 1860 to East Hill carrying on mission work here until the outbreak of war in 1939.

See the Wandsworth chapel for the truth of the 1573 claim.

Site: Chapel hall (5 memorials)

SW18, Chapel Yard, 2, Clore Building

Currently, 2011, used by the National Opera as a studio. The current building is a hall, opened in 1883, with a total of 6 plaques all on the main facade. Two are built into the centre of the facade between the first and second floor windows. the other four are near the ground. We've nunbered these from left to right.

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Plaque 3

Information Subjects commemorated

World War 2

Sorry, we've done no research on WW2, it's just too big a subject. But do vis...

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The Huguenots

French Protestants in the 16th and 17th centuries. The name emerged in 1560 b...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Plaque 3

Information Also at this site

Chapel - building

{On the plaque to the left:} Erected 1573, Enlarged 1685. {On the plaque to ...

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Plaque 1 - Geards

This memorial stone was laid by Henry Geard, Esqre. on the 12th July 1882.

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Plaque 2

See the Wandsworth chapel for the truth of the 1573 claim.

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Plaque 4 - Toms

This memorial stone was laid by Charles W. Toms, Esqre. on the 12th July 1882.

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