Plaque

(lost) Stepney Jewish Club

Erection date: 28/6/1956

Inscription

The Stepney Jewish (B'Nai Brith) Club & Settlement. This building was opened by H.M. Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother on 28th June 1956."

The photo of the plaque comes from Jewish East End. We cannot see the plaque outside the building so perhaps it is inside, or lost, or we have the wrong building.

Site: Anna and Samuel Morris (2 memorials)

E1, Beaumont Grove, Stepney Community Centre, 2-8

The Morris inscription is on one of the panels of slate which can be seen in our photo, on the back wall of the porch. We cannot find the other plaque but it does give us a date for the building and probably for the Morris plaque as well, and it suggests that the Morris family was Jewish and that the site was given to the Jewish community in Stepney.

This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Stepney Jewish Club

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Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

In 1923 Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (descended from the Royal House of Scotland...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Stepney Jewish Club

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Anna and Samuel Morris

Anna and Samuel Morris

This site was donated by William Henry Morris in memory of his parents Alderm...

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