Person    | Male  Born 5/12/1859  Died 20/11/1935

Lord Jellicoe

Categories: Armed Forces

Countries: New Zealand

Born Southampton. Commander of the fleet and victor at the Battle of Jutland 1916, although he was criticized for his tactics. Governor of New Zealand from 1920 - 1924. Held the title Viscount Brocas of Southampton. Died Kensington.

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

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Lord Jellicoe

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Jellicoe & Beatty plaque

This plaque is just part of the larger memorial.

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Jellicoe bust

Jellicoe, 1859 - 1935

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Jellicoe Express

From Railscot: 19 of these plaques have been installed at: Euston, Crewe, Pre...

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Lord Jellicoe plaque

Greater London Council Admiral of the fleet, Earl Jellicoe, OM, 1859 - 1935,...

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sculptural group 1 - Jellicoe

Of the 4 this is the west-most sculpture.

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