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William John Gomm

William John Gomm

Recorded on the monument as a Member of Brentford Council in 1909. However, Brentford High Street gives "William John Gomm, Harry’s brother, also died in 1908 …" so it seems that WJG's name on the 1909 monument was posthumous.

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William John Gomm

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Brentford Monument

Brentford High Street have carried out some magnificent research on Brentford...

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