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S. L. Swaab West London Free School

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of

Fountain: S. L. Swaab

Erection date: /3/1888


Erected in memory of S. L. Swaab Esq. His knowledge like a spring of refreshing water flowed ever during life for the relief of the suffering.

The MDFCTA site says it was erected in March 1888 and was the gift of Mrs Swaam (surely a mistype for Swaab) and cost £115.0.0. 

Site: West London Free School (2 memorials)

W6, King Street, 241, Palingswick House

From Fulham SW6: "Palingswick House was originally built around 1849 as a family home, but over the years has been used as an orphanage and workhouse, the orphanage's superintendent’s house, a school, children’s home, hostel for diabetic children and a community resource centre." The West London Free School was set up in 2011 and moved here a few years afterwards following a planning application.

Swaab died at 266 King Street, a short distance to the west, on the north side of this road.

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S. L. Swaab

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S. L. Swaab

This may not be our Swaab but, from Google books and TIB, we see that in 1864...

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S. L. Swaab

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Palingswick House

Palingswick House was built in the mid 19th century as a private residence, p...

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