Plaque: St Martin's Gardens
Erection date: 24/7/1889
St Martin's Gardens, laid out as public grounds by the Vestry of St. Pancras. Declared open by The Countess of Rosebery, on the 24th day of July 1889.
William James Wetenhall, Anthony Boden - churchwardens
Frederick Purchese, Chairman
Andrew Sweet, Deputy Chairman - Highways Sewers and Public Works Committee,
Thomas Bentley Westacott, L.C.C. Chairman,
Edwin George Moore, Deputy Chairman - Parliamentary and General Purpose Committee
Thomas Eccleston Gibb - Vestry Clerk
William Booth Scott - M.I.C.E. - Chief Surveyor to the Vestry.
Site: St Martin's Gardens (2 memorials)
NW1, St Martin's Gardens, Camden Street
The plaques are just inside the gates, on the wall behind the pillar. The gravestones littering this park and its name suggest that it used to be the graveyard for St Martin's Church opposite, but London Cemeteries explains that it was opened in 1805 as the new cemetery for St Martin's in the Fields, in St Martin's Lane.