Memorial: M946

Memorial at Liverpool Street Station, London commemorating Captain Charles Algernon Fryatt d. 1916

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Location

Liverpool Street Station, London, England

Transcript

'TO THE MEMORY OF / CAPTAIN CHARLES FRYATT / + JULY 27TH 1916 + / FROM THE NEUTRAL ADMIRERS OF HIS BRAVE / CONDUCT AND HEROIC DEATH / THE NETHERLANDS SECTION OF THE LEAGUE / OF NEUTRAL STATES JULY 27TH 1917'

Details

Description: Marble tablet with a circular, bronze relief portrait of Fryatt.
Type: Wall tablet
Materials: bronze, marble
Date Erected: 1916-17
Artists: H. T. H. van Golberdinge
Vessel: SS Brussels

Event Category

1914-1918 First World War

People

Fryatt, Charles Algernon
Age: 44
Date of Death: 27/7/1916
Cause of Death: Executed
Rank / Occupation: Master
Organisation:

Extra

Notes: Master, SS 'Brussels' executed by the Germans for defending his ship.
Bibliography: Philip Ward-Jackson 'Public Sculpture of the City of London' (Liverpool, 2003) p. 226.

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