Person    | Male  Died 16/11/1911

Alfred Hutchinson

Categories: Benefactor

Alfred Hutchinson

Lived at 62 Highbury Park and died on either 14 or 16th (sources differ). A Highbury Community Association newsletter of 2011 reports on a contemporary search for funds to repair the clock. Seems Hutchinson maintained it during his life and promised to leave funds in his will for after his death but failed to do so.

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Alfred Hutchinson

Creations i

Victoria's 60th, Clock tower

 All four sides sport a low relief portrait of Queen Victoria in wreathed rou...

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Reuben Foundation

Reuben Foundation

Their website: "Contributing to the Advancement of Healthcare & Education Around the World".

Group, Benefactor

1 memorial
Captain Henry Mudd and widow

Captain Henry Mudd and widow

Mudd was born in Limehouse, but lived in Ratcliffe.  He was an Elder Brother of Trinity House. His tomb is in St Dunstan's churchyard, Stepney.

Group, Benefactor

1 memorial
Carnegie Hero Fund Trust

Carnegie Hero Fund Trust

From the Trust's website: "In 1886, over 20 years before the Carnegie Hero Fund was established in the UK, {Andrew} Carnegie heard about the death of a Dunfermline boy who drowned in an heroic atte...

Group, Benefactor

1 memorial
Mrs Owen Lewis
1 memorial