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Archbishop of Canterbury 1691 till his death.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Archbishop John Tillotson
Also known as the Park Village Community, this was the first Anglican convent since the Reformation. It was founded in Park Village West. The sisterhood was financed by a committee of wealthy and p...
Social reformer and minister. Born in Settle, Yorkshire. Whilst working in the slums of Greenwich, he became appalled at the deprivations and cruelties suffered by children. He wrote 'The Gaol Crad...
Person, Children, Religion, Social Welfare
John Frederick Denison Maurice was born 29 August 1805 in Normanston near Lowestoft. He was the founder of the Working Men's College and an organizer of the Christian Socialist movement. He died,...
Person, Education, Religion
Poet, novelist and Christian minister. Born Aberdeenshire. Works include: 'At the Back of the North Wind', 'Lilith'. Influenced: C. S. Lewis, G. K. Chesterton, W. H. Auden, Tolkien. Died at Ashtead...
Person, Literature, Poetry, Religion, Scotland
Non-conformist minister. Born Norfolk. Chaplain to Oliver Cromwell. Buried in Bunhill burial ground.