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Tottenham Outrage - Tyler

Tottenham Outrage - William Tyler Tottenham Outrage - Tyler

Erection date: /1/2009

Inscription

In memory of William Frederick Tyler, Police Constable 403 of 'N' Division, Metropolitan Police Service, fallen while bravely serving the community on the 23rd January 1909.
Erected by the officers of Haringey Borough Police and the community on the centenary of 'The Tottenham Outrage'. 

Site: Tottenham Outrage - William Tyler (1 memorial)

N17, High Road, Police Station

The plaque is to the right of the wall in shadow.

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Tottenham Outrage - Tyler

Subjects commemorated Information

Tottenham Outrage

One winter Saturday morning two armed Russian/Latvian anarchists, Paul Hefeld...

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Metropolitan Police

Founded in 1829 by Robert Peel under the Metropolitan Police Act 1829 and on ...

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PC William Frederick Tyler

William Frederick Tyler was the third child of Alfred Tyler (1853-1900) and h...

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