Building    From 1905 

All Saints Church, Ealing

Categories: Religion

Built as a memorial to Britain's only assassinated Prime Minister, Spencer Perceval from £5000 bequeathed by his youngest daughter, Frederica Perceval who died aged 90 in 1900. The Gunnersbury Rothschild family donated the site.

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All Saints Church, Ealing

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Spencer Perceval - W5

Plaque unveiled by Liz Perceval, his great great great great grand-daughter.

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Father Jack Holden

Father Jack Holden

From St James's we learn that on the porch wall of St James' Church (whose spire you can see just to the east of Father Jack's plaque) is a board which lists Jack Holden as the vicar of the Church ...

Person, Religion, South America

1 memorial
Archbishop Thomas Herring

Archbishop Thomas Herring

Bishop of Bangor 1737-43. Archbishop of York 1743-47. Archbishop of Canterbury 1747-57. Died Yorkshire.

Person, Religion

1 memorial
Stratford Langthorne Abbey

Stratford Langthorne Abbey

A Cistercian monastery. Also called St Mary's or West Ham Abbey, one of the largest Cistercian abbeys in England, it existed until the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Although the ruins were pillag...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
William Kiffin

William Kiffin

Non-conformist minister.  Born in London.  Became rich in the wool trade.  Died in London.  Buried in Bunhill burial ground.

Person, Commerce, Religion

1 memorial
Reverend Alexander John Forsyth

Reverend Alexander John Forsyth

Born in his father's manse at Belhelvie, Aberdeenshire, where he later become the vicar.  In 1805 he conducted experiments in the Tower of London under the Master General of Ordnance and in 1807 in...

Person, Craft / Design, Religion, Scotland

1 memorial