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Memorial

Rosalie Drury Vautro & Drury

Tree: Rosalie Drury

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In memory of Rosalie Drury who lived in Benjamin Street.

Andrew Behan researched Rosalie Drury and presented us with a problem. A mother and daughter shared that name and both lived in Benjamin Street for many years. Rosalie Snr had just the one child and Rosalie Jnr had no children so we think it most likely that the tree was planted by Jnr in memory of Snr, but we may have this wrong - it could have been planted by someone else in memory of Jnr.

Site: Vautro & Drury (2 memorials)

EC1, Benjamin Street, St John's Garden

Rosalie's tree is the nearest, Doris's is in front of the first silver birch.

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Rosalie Drury

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Rosalie Drury Snr.

Born Rosalie Sawyer on 11 March 1887 in Hoxton, the eldest of the eight child...

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Rosalie Drury

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Rosalie Drury Jnr.

Rosalie Drury was born on 27 August 1913 the only child of Francis Hubert Dru...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Rosalie Drury

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Doris Vautro

In loving memory of Doris Vautro (née Balducci), 1910 - 1979.

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