Plaque

Prebendary Wilson Carlile

Inscription

Prebendary Wilson Carlile, 1847 - 1942, founder of the Church Army, lived here.
Greater London Council

Site: Chesterton and Carlile (2 memorials)

W8, Sheffield Terrace, 32 - 34

Chesterton at 32. Carlile at 34, behind the scaffolding.

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Prebendary Wilson Carlile

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Church Army

A Christian evangelical organisation founded by Reverend Wilson Carlile. Unli...

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Prebendary Wilson Carlile

Born Brixton. In 1882 founded the Church Army, an evangelical organisation ai...

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Prebendary Wilson Carlile

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Greater London Council

Replaced the LCC. The GLC was abolished, some say, because Mrs Thatcher could...

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Prebendary Wilson Carlile

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G. K. Chesterton - birth

G. K. Chesterton - birth

Are we proud of spotting this small, dark plaque? You bet we are!

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