Person    | Female  Born 16/9/1833  Died 4/8/1897

Henriette Raphael

Categories: Friend / family

Countries: Netherlands

Henriette Raphael

Picture source: LondonRemembers.com

Wife to Henry Raphael, a wealthy Jewish banker, and mother to his 12 children of which at least 8 survived to adulthood (ref manfamily). Born in Holland. Died Marylebone.

Our picture is of the bust in the entrance to the nurses' home at Guy's.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Henriette Raphael

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Entrance to the Henriette Raphael building

{Etched in the glass doors:} Henriette Raphael gave her name to the first pur...

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Henriette Raphael plaque

The Henriette Raphael Nurses' Home, erected by Henry Lewis Raphael in memory ...

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