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Whiteley Village - foundation stone

Whiteley Village Whiteley Village - foundation stone

Erection date: 21/7/1914

Inscription

This foundation stone was laid by the Right Honourable and Right Reverend Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram, Lord Bishop of London, Chairman of the Trustees on the 21st day of July 1914.

Site: Whiteley Village (5 memorials)

KT12, Whiteley Village

The Listing text says the statue and the relief are of copper, not the more usual bronze. The front of the plinth below the seated lady supports (top to bottom): the relief; the plaque; the foundation stone. The biographical plaque is on the back.

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Whiteley Village - foundation stone

Subjects commemorated Information

Whiteley Village

A retirement village created with a bequest from William Whiteley. A charitab...

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Whiteley Village - foundation stone

Created by Information

Bishop Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram

Bishop of London (1901-39), Chairman of the Trustees of Whiteley Village. Bor...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Whiteley Village - foundation stone

Also at this site Information

Wiliam Whiteley - biographical plaque

William Whiteley, the founder of this Trust, was born at Agbrigg, Yorks on th...

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Wiliam Whiteley - sculpture

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William Whiteley - plaque

The quotation is from Psalm 41.1.

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William Whiteley - relief

1831    1907 William Whiteley {On ribbon:} labora et vive {Latin for: work a...

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