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Frederick and Rose Wrigglesworth & son Frederick Jnr.

Categories: War Memorial WW2

Frederick and Rose Wrigglesworth & son Frederick Jnr.

This family lived at Hindle House, Arcola Street, Hackney and they all died there when a high explosive bomb landed. Buried at Abney Park Cemetery Stoke Newington London.

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Frederick and Rose Wrigglesworth & son Frederick Jnr.

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Hindle House Blitz bomb

Hindle House In memory of {7 names - see Subjects commemorated.} who died whe...

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Hindle House - WW2 - first plaque - first appearance

To the memory of those who fell in the 1939 - 1945 world war. On active servi...

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Holman & Goodrham

Holman & Goodrham

Architects active in 1912.  George Edward Holman (1862-1921/2) and Henry Robert Goodrham (1863-1937).  More about them at Lea Bridge Heritage.   We believe we have "Goodrham" correctly spelt but o...

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
Queen's Park Rangers Football Club

Queen's Park Rangers Football Club

Formed from the merger of the St Jude's and Christchurch Rangers football teams. The name derives from the fact that most of the players came from the Queen's Park area of London. They have played ...

Group, Sport / Games

1 memorial
History of Wapping Trust

History of Wapping Trust

Started in the early 1970s as Wapping Parents Action Group. Transformed into a history group in the early 1980s. More info at What's in Wapping.

Group, Community / Clubs, History

2 memorials