Person    | Male  Born 1865  Died 1934

Baron George Allardice Riddell

Newspaper proprietor, The News of the World in particular. Chairman of the Royal Free Hospital, Gray's Inn Road, in 1926 when he, together with George Eastman, and Sir Albert Levy, funded the construction of the Eastman Dental Clinic. In 1920 became the first divorced peer to enter the Lords. 

Born 2 Stanhope Place, Loughborough Road Brixton Heath. Died at home, Walton Heath House, Walton on the Hill, Banstead, Surrey.

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Lord Riddell - fountain

A cherub stands atop the fountain clutching a dolphin which appears capable o...

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St Dunstans - Lord Northcliffe

Unveiled in 1930 by Lord Riddell.

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