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Those of the Kentish Town parish lost in WW1 & WW2

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Their names were recorded in a book of remembrance deposited in , what is now the Apostolic Church, Highgate Road, NW5.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Those of the Kentish Town parish lost in WW1 & WW2

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Kentish Town garden of remembrance

This garden of remembrance was opened on the 10th April 1948 by Her Majesty Q...

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Southwark Trades Council

Southwark Trades Council

From the website: "Each London borough is served by a trade union council (also known as a trades council or TUC). They are registered by the Trades Union Congress. They are organisations consistin...

Group, Community / Clubs, Politics & Administration, Social Welfare

1 memorial
RAF fallen

RAF fallen

Fallen members of the RAF Regiment and associated overseas forces.

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1 memorial
London & South Western Railway

London & South Western Railway

Initially named London and Southampton Railway it connected all the way to Plymouth into a London terminus at Nine Elms. The line was extended in 1848 to terminate at the new station Waterloo. L&am...

Group, Transport

2 memorials
Holliday & Greenwood Ltd

Holliday & Greenwood Ltd

Contractors active in 1907. National Archives have records for this company 1871-1976.

Group, Property

2 memorials