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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Adrian Brunswick

Adrian Brunswick

At the time of his death Brunswick was a landscape architect involved in the creation of Burgess Park, living at Southwood Avenue, N6, single, aged 20-30. See Geoffrey Mills for details. Andrew Be...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Tragedy

1 memorial
John Evelyn

John Evelyn

17th century diarist and garden designer. Born Wotton, Surrey. Through his 1647 marriage he came into possession of the Sayes Court estate in Deptford, on the Thames. As far as we can tell the poss...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Literature

4 memorials
Harold Ainsworth Peto

Harold Ainsworth Peto

Born in Suffolk, son of Sir Samuel.

Person, Architecture, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace

The materials used in the construction of the 1861 International Exhibition were sold and re-used in this building. Named after Princess Alexandra, newly married to the Prince of Wales, opened as "...

Place, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials