Bronze statue of a girl - representing Temperance - offering a bowl of water.
from children of
the loyal temperance legion
in memory of
work done for the temperance cause by
LADY HENRY SOMERSET
national british womens temperance assoc
incorporated june 1896
i was thirsty and ye gave me drink
a reproduction by | philomena davidson davis 1999 (?)
Unveiled on 29 May 1897 and dedicated to Lady Henry by the Loyal Temperance Legion. Wade's original sculpture for the temperance campaigner's memorial was stolen in 1971; it was replaced by Davis's replica only in 1991.
- Philomena Davidson Davis (London 1949),
- George Edward Wade (London 1853 - 1933),
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Location (N 51°30'40" - W 0°6'45")
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Item Code: gblo072; Photograph: 4 August 2014
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