Plaque

Tower Hamlets Mission - 2

Erection date: 27/2/1958

Inscription

In thanksgiving to God for the devotion and generosity of the friends of the Mission who have continued the work of the founder, Frederick N. Charrington, 1869 - 1936, this stone was unveiled by Mrs Mary M. Reeder, 27th February 1958.

Site: Mile End mural & Tower Hamlets Mission (3 memorials)

E1, Mile End Road, 31, Charis

The two plaques are inside the gates, one on each side, on the set back walls facing the pavement. The statue is William Booth and not yet published.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Tower Hamlets Mission - 2

Subjects commemorated i

Tower Hamlets Mission

Information about this site before the Mission arrived, from the "Black Histo...

Read More

Frederick Nicholas Charrington

Renounced a brewing fortune to help the East End poor.  Born Bow Road, the he...

Read More

This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Tower Hamlets Mission - 2

Created by i

Mary M. Reeder

Connected with the Tower Hamlet Mission and active in 1958. Tower Hamlets Lo...

Read More

This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Tower Hamlets Mission - 2

Also at this site i

Mile End mural

Mile End mural

Murals are often rather fun puzzles so do have a go identifying what you can ...

Read More

Tower Hamlets Mission - 1

Tower Hamlets Mission - 1

To the glory of God and for the further extension of His kingdom on earth thi...

Read More

Nearby Memorials

Hern or Hurn Cross - Croydon

Hern or Hurn Cross - Croydon

CR0, South End, 1, The Edge Public House

{Beneath a Maltese cross:} Hern or Hurn Cross Near here once stood one of the four manorial boundary crosses of old Croydon. The other cr...

4 subjects commemorated, 2 creators
German PoWs

German PoWs

N22, South Terrace

The plaques on on the south face of the tower, either side of the entrance. Londonist reported that in the WW2 Blitz (while BBC radio was...

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
Katherine Mansfield & J.M. Murry

Katherine Mansfield & J.M. Murry

NW3, East Heath Road, 17

Greater London Council Katherine Mansfield, 1888 - 1923, writer, and her husband John Middleton Murry, 1889 - 1957, critic, lived here.

2 subjects commemorated, 1 creator
Union Chapel - foundation

Union Chapel - foundation

N1, Compton Terrace, Union Chapel

The two foundation stones can be seen below the more ornate plaque. We do like their plain multi-layered frames. The building was threat...

1 subject commemorated
St Sepulchre's Church - Royal Fusiliers

St Sepulchre's Church - Royal Fusiliers

EC1, Holborn Viaduct, St Sepulchre's Church

A large board in the garden announces: The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) Garden of Remembrance. Dedicated to the officers an...

War dead | Other war
42 subjects commemorated