Person    | Male  Born 26/11/1927  Died 16/10/2015

Angus McGill

Initiated the Evening Standard's appeal to replace London's lost trees. For 42 years McGill was a columnist with the Evening Standard and was co-creator, with the illustrator Dominic Poelsma, of the Clive and Augusta strip cartoons. He was named Descriptive Writer of the Year 1968, and appointed MBE 1990.

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Angus McGill

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Angus McGill

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Wimbledon Common windmill

Wimbledon Common windmill

A Grade II* listed building. It was built by a carpenter, Charles March, and is a rare example of a 'hollow-post' mill. It continued in use until 1864, when the miller was evicted by the Lord of th...

Building, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Cobley Farm / Fallow Farm

Cobley Farm / Fallow Farm

First documented in 1674, at its largest the farmland was bounded by High Road, Ballards Lane, Long Lane, Squire's Lane.  The Cobley family owned it from 1680 to 1902 when it was sold, the building...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture, Property

1 memorial
Bunhill Fields Burial Ground

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground

Nonconformists burial ground.  Enclosed with a brick wall by the City of London in 1665; gates added 1666. Closed in 1852 by which time it held more than 120,000 bodies.  In 1865, to preserve the ...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture, Religion

1 memorial
Henry Edmunds

Henry Edmunds

Owner of the Cholderton Estate. He is the great-grandson of Henry Charles Stephens, who founded the estate in order to develop his multiple interests in arable agriculture, aboriculture, architectu...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Lauderdale House

Lauderdale House

Originally built for Richard Martin (Lord Mayor of London) in 1582 with a timber frame. In the early 17th Century it was occupied by Sir Henry Hobart.  Later Mary, Countess of Home extended the hou...

Building, Gardens / Agriculture, Property

1 memorial