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Mary Watts

Person  Female  Born 25/11/1849  Died 6/9/1938

Categories: Craft / Design

Countries: India, Scotland

Born as Mary Seton Fraser Tytler in India but brought up in Scotland. 1886 married G. F. Watts. Co-founded the Compton Potters' Arts Guild and the Arts & Crafts Guild in Compton, Surrey. There she also had built the Watts Mortuary Chapel in Compton (1895); and the Watts Gallery (1903–04).

She had been involved with the Postman's Park Memorial to Heroic Self Sacrifice from its inception but on her husband's death in 1904 she took over his role and installed another 37 memorials.

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Mary Watts

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PP - 2A - Smith

This is a lovely plaque but the fireman's helmet on a plaque for a police con...

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PP - 3I - Selves

David Selves, aged 12, off Woolwich supported his drowning playfellow and san...

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PP - 3J - Goodrum

A railway signalman controlled the trains by operating the points and signals...

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PP - 3K - Yarman

The surname was actually Jarman, and the woman that Mrs Jarman tried to save ...

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PP - 3L - Brown

Alexr. Stewart Brown of Brockley, fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, th...

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