The Latymer School WW1 memorial board

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The Latymer School

Haselbury Road



N9 9TN


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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Raised
About the memorial: Metal memorial board with a timber frame. Raised lettering with sixteen names: 15 Old Boys and one member of staff who were killed in the Great War. The school moved to the present site in 1910 so some of those named on the board would have been educated at the Old Latymer school on Church St, Edmonton and some would have attended the Haselbury Road site in its first few years of operation. The memorial was unveiled in the Dining Hall on 14th October 1922 and moved to the present location in 1928 when new extensions had been completed.
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Qui Patitur Vincit [school motto - "who endures wins"] // In Grateful Memory of the Old Boys of this School who gave their lives in the course of liberty during the Great War 1914-1919

A.E. Bannister G. Barrett A.C. Chittenden G.P. Ellis W.T. Elms R.A. Hobbs W. Hodgkinson E.A. Lurton L.J.S. McKenna W.P. Mitchell F.H. Ralls C.T. Robinson V.P. Sharpen Q.L. Smith G. Whitehead A.S. Kirk

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Latymer Old Students Assoc, c/o The Latymer School