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Trinity Chapel, Sailors Home
'Trinity Chapel, Sailors Home;c., East India Road Poplar Co. of Middlesex'. This is the Chapel and Sailors' Home endowed by George Green, who built the Congregationalist chapel, and his son Richard, (see PAG6590). They were both buried in the chapel. The Green company house flag flies on the Home to the right.
Original size: 377 mm x 558 mm
- Image reference: PY2193
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London