Person    | Female  Born 22/9/1855  Died 22/3/1939

Alice Zimmern

Categories: Education, Gender Issues

Pioneering advocate for women's education and suffrage. Born Nottingham. Studied at Bedford College, and then Girton College, Cambridge.  Taught classics for income and wrote influentially on women's education and suffrage. Unmarried, died at home, 45 Clevedon Mansions, where the plaque is. Girton have an annual prize in her name.

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Alice Zimmern

Alice Zimmern, 1855 - 1939, pioneering advocate for women's education and suf...

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Albert Barff

Albert Barff

Head of the choir school at St Pauls.  When he died he was vicar of St. Giles's, Cripplegate, and Prebendary of St. Paul's. Andrew Behan and kindly researched this entry for us: Born 2 Paradise Pl...

Person, Education, Music / songs, Religion

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St George the Martyr School

St George the Martyr School

This school started on two floors of the Church’s Vestry House in Cosmo Place. It was then housed in two nearby purpose-built properties, both now listed, and both now thought to be private residen...

Building, Education

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Tower Hamlets College students

Tower Hamlets College students

A further education college in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.It has four different campuses, the largest of which is on Poplar High Street.

Group, Education

1 memorial
Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri, USA,

Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri, USA,

In 1966 the remains of Church of St Mary Aldermanbury were removed to this college and restored as a memorial to Sir Winston Churchill.

Place, Education, USA

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Osborne Reynolds

Osborne Reynolds

Professor of engineering.  FRS.  Born Belfast.  Aged 25 he was appointed professor of engineering (one of the first to be appointed to such a post in the UK) in Owens College, Manchester.  He remai...

Person, Education, Engineering, Ireland

1 memorial