1884 – Thorngate Memorial Hall & Alverstoke Parochial Offices, Gosport, Hampshire

Architect: Davis & Emanuel


In 1885 a memorial hall was erected in the High Street, Gosport, at a cost of about £9,000, as a memorial to the late William Thorngate, esquire, merchant of this town, who died in the year 1868, the founder of the several Thorngate Charities.

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