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Councillor W. G. Spittle

Councillor W. G. Spittle

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

This Annual Report of the Medical Officer of Health, West Ham, 1909 gives more of his name, referring to 'W. G. Spittle.

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Councillor W. G. Spittle

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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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