Plaque

William Thomas Du Boulay

William Thomas du Boulay
William Thomas Du Boulay
Inscription

William Thomas Du Boulay, 1832-1921, cleric, lived here.

Site: William Thomas du Boulay (1 memorial)

SW10, Gilston Road, 43

It is known (from British History On-line) that in 1912 properties in Gilston Road were renumbered, but the details are not given. One can only assume that the plaque erectors know that today's No 43, where they put the plaque, is the house in which du Boulay lived, No.18 at the time.

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

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William Thomas Du Boulay

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