Plaque

Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy - original memorial

Inscription

This base is all that remains of the original memorial.

The base can be seen in our photo immediately behind the 'open book' which is the replacement memorial.

Site: Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy (3 memorials)

SE15, Linden Grove, Nunhead Cemetery

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy - original memorial

Subjects commemorated i

Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy

On Saturday the 3rd August 1912, the 2nd Walworth Troop of five adults and tw...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy - original memorial

Also at this site i

Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy - lost statue

Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy - lost statue

This monument, now lost, was paid for by public subscription. This photo come...

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Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy - new memorial

Walworth Boy Scouts Tragedy - new memorial

{Left hand page of an open book:} To commemorate the scouts of the 2nd Walwor...

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Nearby Memorials

Scouting for boys re-published

Scouting for boys re-published

SW19, Windmill Road, Wimbledon Windmill Museum

The gray plaque is above the entrance to the windmill museum; the brown plaque is at the centre of the four windows towards the left of o...

2 subjects commemorated
Sir Henry Irving - W1

Sir Henry Irving - W1

W1, Grafton Street

Sir Henry Irving, 1838 - 1905, actor, lived here, 1872 - 1899. Greater London Council

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
Tylers' and Bricklayers' Hall

Tylers' and Bricklayers' Hall

EC3, Leadenhall Street

Note the very correct use of apostrophes

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
St Clement Danes

St Clement Danes

WC2, Fleet Street

This small area contain 4 memorials: a statue, a bench a well and a large plaque.

5 subjects commemorated, 1 creator
George Bentham

George Bentham

SW1, Wilton Place, 25

George Bentham, 1800 - 1884, botanist, lived here, 1864 - 1884. Greater London Council 

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator