Queen Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
(1900-2002)

woman, Queen Consort of England (1936-1952), and Queen Mother (1952-2002)

Died aged c. 102

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mother-in-law of Philip Mountbatten 1947-2002, grandmother of Charles P A G Mountbatten-Windsor 1948-2002 and grandmother of Andrew 1960-2002

Commemorated on 10 plaques

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The Clore Gallery For the Turner Collection This foundation plaque was unveiled by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother 19th April 1983

Millbank, London, United Kingdom where they was

Lord Leycester's Hospital The Guilds of St George, of the Holy Trinity and of the Virgin Mary raised these buildings about the year 1400 A.D. these guilds were dispersed in 1546. In 1571 Robert Dudley, Earl of Leycester founded here his hospital for aged or infirm men who had seen service in the wars together with their wives. By 1950 the buildings had become seriously decayed and the brethrens' quarters were no longer fit for use. During the period 1958 to 1966 the buildings were restored and their quarters modernised. The hospital was re-opened on the 3rd November 1966 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

Lord Leycester's Hospital, High Street, Warwick, United Kingdom where they re-opened (1966)

To all those who worked so hard to safeguard the Southern Stratford Canal for future generations, culminating in the re-opening on 11th July 1964 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. "We were not experts therefore we did not what could be done" David Hutchings M.B.E. Project Manager

Avon Lock - Bancroft Basin, Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom where they re-opened (1964)

Stratford on Avon Canal The erection of this bridge constructed by men from H.M. Prison Wormwood Scrubs and H.M. Prison Birmingham. Completed the restoration to navigation of the canal by volunteers, servicemen and prisoners 1961-4. The canal was re-opened by H.M. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on Saturday 11th July 1964

Avon Lock - Bancroft Basin, Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom where they re-opened (1964)

Kingsway named to commemorate the coronation visit of King George VI. and Queen Elizabeth 28th July 1937.

Kingsway, Dunmurry, United Kingdom where they was

Hotel Vancouver Architects: John S. Archibald & John Schofield In 1887, the first Hotel Vancouver opened at Georgia and Granville Streets. It was replaced in 1916 by a more lavish building at the same location. In 1928, construction began on the third and present Hotel Vancouver. It took 11 years to complete, and opened on May 25, 1939 in time to welcome Their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on their first Canadian tour.

W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC, Canada where they was

This house formerly the town residence of Sir George Skene Provost of Aberdeen 1676 to 1685 restored by the corporation of the city of Aberdeen was opened on the thirtieth day of September one thousand nine hundred and fifty three by her majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

Flourmill Lane, Aberdeen, United Kingdom where they was

Place House 14th Century Restored by Hertfordshire Building Preservation Trust and re-opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on 8th July 1978

Place House, Bluecoat Yard, Ware, United Kingdom where they was

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother lay in state here from the fifth of April until her burial at Windsor on the ninth of April two thousand & two

Westminster Hall, London, United Kingdom where they lay in state (2002)

His Majesty King George VI accompanied by Queen Elizabeth and General Sikorski C. in C. Polish Forces took the salute from the Polish troops on March the 7th 1941

, Forfar, United Kingdom where they took the salute (1941)