Plaque

Queen Mother visits Guy's

Erection date: 16/12/1964

Inscription

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother unveiled this stone to commemorate her visit to Guy's House on 16th December 1964.
Erected in 1725 by Thomas Guy Esquire at his own costs and charges, the building was restored by the Governors in 1964.
E. G. Slesinger Esq., OBE MS FRCS, Chairman of the Board
A. E. Orchard-Lisle Esq., Vice-Chairman of the Board
Sir Rowan Boland CBE MD FRCP, Dean of the Medical and Dental Schools
A. H. Burfoot Esq., BA, Clerk to the Governors

Site: WW2, Pedey and the Queen Mother (3 memorials)

SE1, Great Maze Pond, Guy's Hospital - the Colonnade

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Queen Mother visits Guy's

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Thomas Guy

Founder of Guy's Hospital. Born 7 Pritchard's Alley, Fair Street, Horsleydown...

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Queen Mother visits Guy's

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Sir Rowan Boland CBE

Dean of the Medical and Dental Schools at Guy's Hospital in 1964. Born Scotla...

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A. H. Burfoot

Clerk to the Governors of Guy's Hospital in 1964.

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Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

In 1923 Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (descended from the Royal House of Scotland...

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A. E. Orchard-Lisle

Property expert and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Guy's Hospital in 1964.

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E. G. Slesinger, OBE

Chairman of the Board of Guy's Hospital in 1964. Born London.

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Frederick Pedley

Frederick Pedley

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WW2 at Guy's Hospital

WW2 at Guy's Hospital

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