Plaque   

St Dunstans - Garvin

St Dunstan in the West St Dunstans - Garvin
Inscription

J.L. Garvin, C.H., 1868 - 1947, for thirty-four years Editor of The Observer.
Let the counsel of thine own heart stand.

Site: St Dunstan in the West (4 memorials)

EC4, Fleet Street

You can see three of these memorials in our photo of the church. The fourth, the plaque to Garvin, is on the east-facing wall to the left of the Northcliffe bust. IanVisits has visited the church.

The church has medieval origins but was rebuilt in the 1830s by John Shaw.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
St Dunstans - Garvin

Subjects commemorated Information

James L. Garvin

C.H. For 34 years editor of The Observer. Born Birkenhead. Died Beaconsfield.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
St Dunstans - Garvin

Also at this site Information

St Dunstans - Elizabeth I statue

On stone above QE's statue: "Parochial Schools. St Dunstan in the west. A.D.1...

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St Dunstans - fountain

Designed by John Shaw, Jnr., even in its current rather dilapidated state, th...

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St Dunstans - Lord Northcliffe

Unveiled in 1930 by Lord Riddell.

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