Person    | Female  Born 12/6/1929  Died /3/1945

Anne Frank

Born Frankfurt, Germany. Died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany.

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Anne Frank

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Anne Frank - bust

{On the base of the sculpture:} Anne Frank, 1929 - 1945, Sculptor Doreen Kern...

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Anne Frank tree - N5

This tree was cultivated from the original white horse chestnut tree that Ann...

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Anne Frank tree - WC2

Hannah Gordon and Ben Kingsley both appeared in "Anne Frank: The Whole Story"...

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British Library - Anne Frank

The tree itself is almost entirely lost, half buried in a modern planting sch...

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Mr Fegan's Homes

Mr Fegan's Homes

James Fegan set up his first children's home in Deptford, South London in 1870. Others were opened in Greenwich, Southwark, Goudhurst and one in Westminster, known as the Red Lamp, which maybe was ...

Group, Children, Philanthropy, Canada

1 memorial
James  Fegan

James Fegan

Philanthropist. Born James William Condell Fegan in Southampton. He moved to London in 1865 and eventually joined a firm of colonial brokers. He soon became aware of the plight of many young boys l...

Person, Children, Philanthropy, Social Welfare

1 memorial
E. H. Shepard

E. H. Shepard

Painter and illustrator, most famously of Winnie the Pooh.   Ernest Howard was born 55 Springfield Road, St John's Wood.  His art school nickname, Kipper, stayed with him for life.  Served in WW1 e...

Person, Art, Children

1 memorial
Holly Susan Whitlock

Holly Susan Whitlock

2015: Our colleague Andrew Behan has been register-diving again and writes: "I think that this three year old girl was Holly Susan Whitlock. The registers record her death in the Borough of Camden,...

Person, Children

1 memorial
David Copperfield Children's Library

David Copperfield Children's Library

Founded by the American Rev. J. Brett Langstaff.  The picture is from 1947. The New York Times, 19 March 1922 carries a letter reporting on a performance of a play for the benefit of this library....

Group, Children, Museums / Libraries

1 memorial