Plaque   

R. H. Tawney

Tawney & Wood R. H. Tawney

Erection date: /6/2003

Inscription

Lissenden Gardens Tenants Association
R.H. Tawney, 1880 - 1962, economic historian, Christian socialist and founding father of the welfare state, lived here.
Awards for all

Site: Tawney & Wood (2 memorials)

NW5, Lissenden Gardens, Parliament Hill Mansions, 21 - 30

The Tawney plaque is on the first floor, Wood on the second.

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R. H. Tawney

Subjects commemorated Information

R.H. Tawney

Born Calcutta, India. Died in a nursing home in Fitzroy Square. Economic/so...

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R. H. Tawney

Created by Information

Lissenden Gardens Tenants Association

When we first researched this area in 2008 there were three plaques erected b...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
R. H. Tawney

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