Plaque

Sir Fabian Ware

Erection date: 25/9/2014

Inscription

Sir Fabian Ware, 1869 - 1949, founder of the Imperial War Graves Commission, lived here 1911 - 1919.
English Heritage

Site: Sir Fabian Ware (1 memorial)

W1, Wyndham Place, 14

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Sir Fabian Ware

Founder of the Imperial War Graves Commission. Born Bristol. Became a teacher...

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