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Councillor Enos Smith

Member of the Electric Lighting and Tramways Committee, West Ham, 1905.

In a 1914 document published by the West Ham Public Libraries Committee we found reference to Smith being Chair and losing his post in that November.

Our image comes from Wikipedia's photo captioned 'First West Ham Borough Council, 1886-7'. This 'Councillor F. Smith' may not be our man our man, but we can find no other Smiths in the Council around this time so we are betting it's a typo.

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

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Councillor Enos Smith

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County Borough of West Ham - foundation stone

The composer of this plaque has been very mean with first names and initials.

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