Phillips Memorial Cloister 4347

Surrey, England, Surrey, Waverley

Brief Description

The Memorial was erected to comemorate the death of Jack Philips, the radio operator on the Titanic, a Godalming man. It was paid for by public subscription and designed by the local architect, Thackeray Turner, planting designed by Gertrude Jekyll. It takes the form of a brick and tile cloister and sits in the watermeadow near to the parish church.

History

The Phillips Memorial Cloister was created in 1913 to commemorate the bravery of Jack Phillips, radio operator on the RMS Titanic.

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History

Period

  • Early 20th Century (1901-1932)
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