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St Peter's Wapping - Mission House St Peter's London Docks

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of

Plaque: St Peter's Wapping - Mission House
War Memorial


St Peter's Mission House
Built 1883 - destroyed by enemy bomb 1940 - rebuilt 1950.
RIP Sister Catherine Elizabeth S.C. 15.10.40

Site: St Peter's London Docks (3 memorials)

E1, Wapping Lane

The WW2 plaque is very high up on the wall behind the arches and can only be read from a zoomed-in photo.

The naming is confusing. This religious setup originated from St George's-in-the-East and so was initially known as St George's Mission. But when they built their own church, St Peter's, the mission became St Peter's Mission.

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St Peter's Wapping - Mission House

Information Subjects commemorated

Civilian deaths in London caused by enemy action

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Sister Catherine Elizabeth

We can't find anything about Sister Catherine Elizabeth. The plaque gives 'SC...

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St George's Mission and St Peter's church, Wapping

1856 Reverend Charles Fuge Lowder commenced work on the mission in Wapping (n...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
St Peter's Wapping - Mission House

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Charles Fuge Lowder

This Clergy House was erected to the memory of Charles Fuge Lowder, priest, w...

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Lincoln Stanhope Wainwright

His surname is misspelt on the plaque.

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