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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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Men of Brixton Independent Church killed in WW1

Men of Brixton Independent Church killed in WW1

The names of 85 men are inscribed in the liber vitae, now in the library of the Imperial War Museum: Book LBY 23172, reference 82012. The phrase 'liber vitae' (Latin for 'book of life') here means...

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1 memorial
Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School

Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School

Queen Elizabeth I granted the charter in 1573.  Set up in the Barnet Tudor Hall the school did not relocate until 1932 when it moved the short distance to Queen's Road.

Group, Education

2 memorials
Hampstead Garden Suburb civilians who died in WW2

Hampstead Garden Suburb civilians who died in WW2

The gate memorial was donated by residents to commemorate the 29 suburb residents who died in the Second World War.

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1 memorial
Bulldog Trust

Bulldog Trust

Provides financial and advisory assistance to charities.

Group, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Guild of the Royal Hospital of St Bartholomew

Guild of the Royal Hospital of St Bartholomew

The Guild is a voluntary organisation that supports the work of the hospital. It provides equipment and comforts for the benefit of patients and staff through the income raised by the work of volun...

Group, Community / Clubs, Medicine

2 memorials