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WW1 - 1st and 2nd London Heavy batteries London Troops Memorial*

Holloway
St. Mary Magdalene Church, Holloway Road, Holloway, N7

UKNIWM no. 12650

No. of names: 0

Description:

SINGLE SHEET OF COPPER WITH SIX INDENTED SECTIONS IN IT IN A GROUP. INCISED INSCRIPTION

PICTURE OF THE LONDON TROOPS MEMORIAL OUTSIDE THE LONDON EXCHANGE IN THE CENTRE ROYAL ARTILLERY CREST ABOVE TOP CENTRE PLAQUE. COAT OF ARMS OF THE CITY ABOVE PLAQUES ON THE LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE CENTRE

Legend:

TOP CENTRE: THE LONDON TROOPS MEMORIAL. ERECTED IN FRONT OF THE ROYAL EXCHANGE. 1ST AND 2ND LONDON HEAVY BATTERIES

BOTTOM CENTRE: TO THE/ IMMORTAL HONOUR OF THE OFFICERS,/ NON-COMMISSIONED OFICERS AND MEN/ OF LONDON WHO SERVED THEIR KING AND/ EMPIRE IN THE GREAT WAR, 1914 - 1919./ THIS MEMORIAL IS DEDICATED IN PROUD AND GRATEFUL/ RECOGNITION BY THE CITY AND COUNTY OF LONDON/ "THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE."

LEFT AND RIGHT HAND SIDE: (LIST OF REGIMENTS)

BOTTOM CENTRE, LEFT: UNVEILED/ ON NOVR 12TH 1920/ BY/ H.R.H. THE DUKE OF YORK K.G./ ON BEHALF OF/ FIELD MARSHAL H.R.H./ THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT/ K.G. K.T. K.P.

BOTTOM CENTRE, RIGHT: RAISED BY/ PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION/ AT THE MANSION HOUSE/ IN THE PEACE YEAR, 1919,/ DURING THE MAYORALTY/ OF COL. THE RIGHT HON./ SIR HORACE/ BROOKE MARSHALL/ K.C.V.O. LL.D