Person    | Male  Born 1691  Died 1768

Arthur Onslow

Arthur Onslow

Electred Speaker of the House of Commons in 1728, a post he held for a record-setting 33 years. Born Chelsea. View from the Mirror credits Onslow with the invention of kerbstones.

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Arthur Onslow

Arthur Onslow (1691 - 1768), Speaker of the House of Commons from 1728 to 176...

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St Margaret's new tower - 1736

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