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St Vincent's - stone plaque St Vincent's

Plaque: St Vincent's - stone plaque

Erection date: 17/10/1933

Inscription

AD LAUDEM GLORIAMQUE DEI
HUNC LAPIDEM PRIMARIUM
SACELLI
B.V.M. SINE LABE ORIGINALI CONCEPTAE
DEDICATI
RITE BENEDIXIT AC POSUIT
RMUS. EDWARDUS MYERS EPISCOPUS LAMENSIS
DIE XVII OCTOBRIS MCMXXXIII

{Google translates this Latin, quite successfully, as:}

Credit and glory to God
This headstone
dedicated
Blessed Virgin Mary, without original sin
We dedicate
He blessed and placed successfully
Most reverend Edward Myers, Bishop Lamen
On 17 October 1933

In the 1930s, the date of the plaque, this building was occupied, 1868 - 1964, by the Sisters of the Misericorde but we still cannot explain what event prompted the plaque which is probably a foundation stone for an extension or something similar.

Site: St Vincent's (2 memorials)

W6, Queen Caroline Street

March 2018 this care home was run by Care UK. Both plaques are visible in our photo, on the wall that you can see between the two gate piers.

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
St Vincent's - stone plaque

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Bishop Edward Myers

Born York. Parish Priest and Rector of St Mary's Cadogan Street, 1932 - 56. A...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
St Vincent's - stone plaque

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St Vincent's - blue plaque

St Vincent's takes its name from the Brothers of St Vincent de Paul who ran a...

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