Person    | Male  Born 19/7/1859  Died 12/5/1944

Sir Spencer Maryon-Wilson

Categories: Benefactor

Benefactor. Born Spencer Pocklington Maryon {sic} Maryon-Wilson, gaining the title of 11th Baronet Wilson on January 1st 1898. He was responsible for the erection of many horse troughs.

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

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Sir Spencer Maryon-Wilson

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Coronation of King Edward VII - drinking fountain

The date of erection comes from Ian Visits.

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Coronation of King Edward VII - horse trough

{On the side of the trough:} Erected by Sir Spencer Maryon Wilson 11th Bt and...

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