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Memorial

George Holyoake Richardson + Holyoake

Plaque: George Holyoake

Erection date: 17/8/2018

Inscription

George Jacob Holyoake, 1817 - 1906, radical journalist, secularist and promoter of the Co-operative Movement, lived here 1850 to 1861.
National Secular Society
Marchmont Association

Site: Richardson + Holyoake (2 memorials)

WC1, Woburn Walk

Richardson's novel The Trap describes her time at no.6.

Holyoake lived at no.4, formerly 1 Woburn Buildings, 1850 - 61.

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George Holyoake

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George Holyoake

Radical journalist, secularist and promoter of the Co-operative Movement. Bor...

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George Holyoake

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Marchmont Association

Aims to promote the on-going improvement of Marchmont Street and the surround...

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National Secular Society

Campaign promoting secularism and the separation of church and state. Founded...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
George Holyoake

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Dorothy Richardson

The idea of this plaque may have originated in the 2015 journal article "Doro...

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