Plaque

St Mary Whitechapel parish boundary

Erection date: 1884

Inscription

St. M.W. 27 feet north is the boundary of St. Mary Whitechapel.
Churchwardens: T. Trollope, J. Chappell, F. W. Wragg
Overseers: J. Sparks, J. Crowther, E. J. Wragg, R. Ewan
1884

Site: St Mary Whitechapel parish boundary (1 memorial)

E1, Commercial Street, 40, The Culpeper Public House

Plaque actually around the corner in Wentworth Street.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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St Mary Whitechapel parish boundary

Subjects commemorated i

St Mary Matfelon Whitechapel

1250-1286: The first church was built on this site as a chapel of ease (meani...

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J. Chappell

Churchwarden of St Mary Whitechapel parish in 1884.

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J. Crowther

Overseer of St Mary Whitechapel parish 1884.

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R. Ewan

Overseer of St Mary Whitechapel parish 1884.

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J. Sparks

Overseer of St Mary Whitechapel parish 1884.

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