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This memorial in Kingston’s ancient market place depicts an elegantly dressed lady carrying a funeral urn on her head and holding the hand of a little boy who crouches to gather water in a little bowl. It commemorates Henry Shrubsole, a man of many parts...More
Monday 17th September we were out and about walking around Kingston and we stopped to have a look at the memorial.
This statue is situated at the top end of the market place in Kingston, it stands in front of the Market Square House under...More
Located in Market Place, in Kingston is this statue on a stone block dedicated to Henry Shrubsole who was Mayor of Kingston for three times. Now I grew up and lived in Kingston for 15 years and have never heard of the man, oh ignorance...More
This statue is decided to Henry Shrunsole who was mayor of Kingston three times. He died in 1880.It is constructed of Carrara marble on a Cornish granite pedestal with basin, inscription, and portrait medallion. It can be found in a prominent position in the Market...More
located in Kingston market place. The Shrubsole Memorial commemorates Henry Shrubsole, whose family's fortunes followed an unusual trajectory, from undertaking and drapery to banking. Shrubsole himself was three times Mayor of Kingston, dying in office in 1880. In this tableau, a gracefully-robed woman carries an...More