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St Andrew's Gardens - opening St Andrew's Gardens - opening

Plaque: St Andrew's Gardens - opening

Erection date: 29/7/1885


This ground, laid out for public recreation and rest, by the Vestry of St. Pancras, in the County of Middlesex was declared Open for Public Use by Lady John Manners on the 29th day of July 1885.
Henry Donald Maurice Spence M.A. J.P.: Vicar
Thomas Bentley Westacott, John William Dixon: Churchwardens
Thos. Eccleston Gibb: Vestry Clerk
William Booth Scott Memb. Ins. C.E.: Chief Surveyor

Site: St Andrew's Gardens - opening (1 memorial)

WC1, St Andrew's Gardens

Opened in 1754 as the burial ground for St Andrew's Holborn but full and closed by 1850. The site now occupied by the splendidly Art Deco flats Trinity Court, was home to Holy Trinity Church 1837 - 1930.

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Thomas Eccleston Gibb

St Pancras Vestry Clerk in the late 1800s. Andrew Behan has kindly carried o...

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Lady John Manners

There is sheet music dated 1873 for a song "True for ever" with words and mus...

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William Booth Scott

William Booth Scott was born on 18 August 1822 in Hammersmith, the son of Joh...

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