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Nadine Cherubini visited the Jack Phillips' Titanic Memorial in Godalming, and she has taken these wonderful photographs, not just of the memorial, but of Phillips'-related places in the town too.

Thanks again to Nadine.

 

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Jack Phillips' memorial head stone in the Old Cemetery, Farncombe. The fountain was provided by the Postal Telegraph Clerks Association.
Jack Phillips' memorial head stone in the Old Cemetery, Farncombe. The fountain was provided by the Postal Telegraph Clerks Association.
   
The “Jack Phillips” pub opened in 2000 by the Wetherspoon brewery chain. The HSBC Bank, Goldaming, in 1906 the Old Post Office where Jack worked 4 years.
The “Jack Phillips” pub opened in 2000 by the Wetherspoon brewery chain. The HSBC Bank, Goldaming, in 1906 the Old Post Office where Jack worked 4 years.
   
His school near to St. John the Evangelist Church in Farncombe The Jack Phillips Memorial Cloister
His school near to St. John the Evangelist Church in Farncombe The Jack Phillips Memorial Cloister.
   
Sign at the entrance to the Jack Phillips Memorial garden Farncombe station opened in 1897
Sign at the entrance to the Jack Phillips Memorial garden Farncombe railway station opened in 1897.
   
Kings Arms Royal Hotel 22-26 High St, Godalming built in the 17th century Interior of the Phillips Memorial Cloister
Kings Arms Royal Hotel 22-26 High St, Godalming built in the 17th century Interior of the Phillips Memorial Cloister
   
Farncombe Street, this is the former site where Jack lived with his parents and two sisters above a drapers shop where his father was managed. The memorial is one of the largest in the World to a single Titanic victim
Farncombe Street, this is the former site where Jack lived with his parents and two sisters above a drapers shop where his father was managed. The memorial is one of the largest in the World to a single Titanic victim.
   
Memorial plaque in memory of Jack Phillips  
Memorial plaque in memory of Jack Phillips  
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