Connie Mark
Mary Seacole House, 24 Invermead Close, Hammersmith, London

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Name: Connie Mark
Category: Activist

Person Summary:

Constance Mark (1923-2007).Jamaican community organiser and campaigner for Afro-Caribbean rights in the UK,especially for black servicemen in the Armed Forces who were overlooked for their services.She helped co-found the Mary Seacole Memorial Association,to bring recognition for the Victorian Jamaican nurse,every bit as important as Florence Nightingale,for her services during the Crimean War

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Years of Residence: 2005 - 2007
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Residence Summary:

Connie Mark (1923-2007).Jamaican campaigner for recognition for Black servicemen and for Victorian Jamaican nurse,Mary Seacole,lived here,2005-2007

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Mary Seacole House
24 Invermead Close
Hammersmith
London
W6 0HQ
United Kingdom

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Mary Seacole House is an elderly care home. Connie Mark was a resident.

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