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TOMB OF WILLIAM BLIGH, ST MARY’S CHURCH, LAMBETH

Family tomb of William Bligh, Vice Admiral of the Blue, and inhabitant of Lambeth. He became well known for the mutiny on the Bounty. South view of the Coade stone tomb situated in St Mary's churchyard, Lambeth (presently the Museum of Garden History).Ref: SP12/41/BLI.4

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Collection:
Image type:Photograph
Artist:M.D.Trace
Ref:00111
Original ref:SP12/41/BLI 4
Date:1967

-Before 1850BURIAL GROUNDS AND CEMETERIESLAMBETHPhotographRELIGIONSTATUES AND MEMORIALS

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