Plaque

Sir Charles Dilke

Erection date: 1959

Inscription

London County Council
Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, 1843-1911, statesman and author, lived here.

Site: Dilke and Tree (2 memorials)

SW1, Sloane Street, 76

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Sir Charles Dilke

Subjects commemorated i

Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke (Jnr)

Born 76 Sloane Street, Chelsea. Second baronet. Politician and writer. As a r...

Read More

This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Sir Charles Dilke

Created by i

London County Council

Prior to the LCC London matters were run by church parishes. The LCC was the ...

Read More

This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Sir Charles Dilke

Also at this site i

Herbert Beerbohm Tree SW1

Herbert Beerbohm Tree SW1

On this site lived Sir Herbert Tree, 1852-1917, actor manager.

Read More

Nearby Memorials

Plaque 1 - Geards

Plaque 1 - Geards

SW18, Chapel Yard, 2, Clore Building

Currently, 2011, used by the National Opera as a studio. The current building is a hall, opened in 1883, with a total of 6 plaques all on...

1 subject commemorated
John F Kennedy - Princes Gate

John F Kennedy - Princes Gate

SW7, Princes Gate, 14, Royal College of GPs

The building used to be the residence for the United States Ambassador to the Court of St James's (i.e. Britain) a post held, 1938 - 1940...

1 subject commemorated
Royal Marsden Hospital

Royal Marsden Hospital

SW6, Fulham Road, Royal Marsden Hospital

Founded in 1851 by William Marsden MD.

2 subjects commemorated
Sewers - Herbal Hill

Sewers - Herbal Hill

EC1, Herbal Hill

"20" (or "30") is not the street number since the building to the left of the plaque is number 2 and we found a number 20 on the other si...

1 subject commemorated
3 - Johnson’s Court – Dr Johnson’s Dictionary

3 - Johnson’s Court – Dr Johnson’s Dictionary

EC4, Fleet Street

There are 8 Courts running off the north side of this section of Fleet Street and on the ground at the entrance to each Court is a plaque...

2 subjects commemorated