Kingsley inscriptions

TThe Reverend Charles Kingsley (1819 - 1875) was one of the Victorian age's most prolific authors and social reformers. Perhaps best known for his novels "The Water-Babies" and "Westward Ho!" he also fought for sanitary reform after a cholera epidemic that started in Jacob's Island, Bermondsey. It is appropriate that several troughs were erected in memory of him, at least one by his wife Frances "Fanny" Grenfell.

Chalk Farm

Hopton Street