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Radio comedian. Born Liverpool. Best known for the BBC radio show "ITMA - It's that man again".
Person, Humour, TV & Radio
Discover National Archives gives: "Shortly before his death in 1666, the Reverend Dr William Spurstowe, Vicar of Hackney, built six almshouses near Church Street, Hackney, for six ancient widows fr...
Born London, date of birth is approximate. Became vicar of Hackney in 1643 but was ejected in 1662 for nonconformity. Shortly before his death he provided almshouses for 6 'poor widows' in Hackne...
Person, Benefactor, Religion
A London merchant and alderman. Brother and heir to William. Made provison for the support and maintenance of the 'poor widows' for whom William had provided the almshouse. We'd guess that Henry...
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Son of Henry. Erected the plaque in 1689, possibly prompted by his father's death.
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Born: 29/4/1879, 137 years ago
Person, Music / songs, USA
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