Person    | Male  Born 20/12/1803  Died 7/2/1879

Bennet Woodcroft

Inventor, industrial archaeologist, leading figure in patent reform and the first clerk to the commissioners of patents. Born Lancashire. Appointed professor of machinery at University College London in 1847. Much of the collection of early industrial devices at the South Kensington Museum (now the V&A) is due to him.

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Bennet Woodcroft

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Sir Leonard Woolley

Sir Leonard Woolley

Archaeologist. Born at 13 Southwold Road, Hackney. He was one of the first modern archaeologists, who excavated in a methodical way, keeping careful records, and using them to reconstruct ancient l...

Person, Exploring, History, Iraq

1 memorial
Museum of London

Museum of London

One of their responsibilities is all the archaeology in London, run by MOLA.

Group, History, Museums / Libraries

4 memorials
Les Stone

Les Stone

First chairman of the Creekmouth Preservation Society.

Person, History

1 memorial
Sir Montagu Sharpe, KBE, KC, DL

Sir Montagu Sharpe, KBE, KC, DL

Politician, lawyer, ornithologist and amateur archaeologist. Magistrate and Chairman of the Middlesex County Council. Born Paddington. Knighted in 1922 and became a Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Middle...

Person, Benefactor, History, Law, Politics & Administration, Romans

4 memorials
Basaveshwara Foundation

Basaveshwara Foundation

Presumably set up with the sole objective of erecting the statue, we think this is their website.

Group, History, India

1 memorial