|Location||South end of Kingston Market, close to the junctions of Market Place, Eden Street and High Street.|
|Inscription||Erected by Public Subscription|
In memory of
HENRY SHRUBSOLE. ESQ. J.P.
Three times elected Mayor of this
Borough in 1877, 1878 and 1879.
who died suddenly in the third year
of his office whilst presiding on an
occasion of Public Charity.
18th January 1880
An honourable Counsellor St Mark XV.43.
Dedicated to public use by
H.R.H. The Duke of Cambridge K.G
1st May 1882.
|Type and size||Fountain special design|
|Original location||Near Town Hall, Kingston|
|Date erected||April 1882|
|Comments||Cost £470.0.0 defrayed by local subscription as a memorial to the late Mayor Shrubsole. The fountain is adjacent to this cattle trough.|