Deptford, St Michael’s House Mazawattee Tea Company WW1 War Memorial

St Michael’s House
Knoyle Street

Type: Tablet

Wars Commemorated: First World War

Dedicated by the Rev. A.W. Barker and unveiled by the Mayor of Deptford, Sir W. Wayland.

History: Marble tablet erected on wall by the Mazawattee Tea Company in memory of the men of the district who fell in the First World War. The building was destroyed in 1941 but remnants still exist including part of the gateway and the tower of the factory boiler-system (now bearing the words “Elizabeth Industrial Estate” ) which can be seen from trains between New Cross Gate and London Bridge.

Press: Photocopy of unattributed press article

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