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William Morris - Woodford South Woodford Memorial Hall

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

Plaque: William Morris - Woodford

Inscription

William Morris lived at Woodford Hall, 1840 - 1847. The house, demolished in 1900, stood to the rear of this site.

Site: South Woodford Memorial Hall (3 memorials)

E18, Woodford High Road, 209, Woodford Parish Church Memorial Hall

In our photo the Memorial Hall foundation stone is on the corner of the red brick wall, the copper beech plaque is on the pebble-dashed pier and the William Morris plaque is beneath the tree to the right of the windows by the lamppost.

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William Morris - Woodford

Information Subjects commemorated

Woodford Hall

Built, or rebuilt, in 1775 by the architect Thomas Leverton (1743 – 1824). Wi...

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William Morris

Designer, author and visionary socialist.  Born Elm House, Walthamstow, Essex...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
William Morris - Woodford

Information Also at this site

South Woodford copper beech tree

The tree is outside our photo, to the left, south, set back from the road, in...

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South Woodford Memorial Hall foundation stone

This building was erected in the coronation year of His Majesty King Edward V...

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