Group    From 1900  To 1965

Borough of St Marylebone

Created in 1900 from the parish of St Marylebone.  In 1965 it joined Paddington, and Westminster to form the City of Westminster.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Borough of St Marylebone

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Notcutt House

Notcutt House Originally built 1820. Destroyed by enemy action 1940. Rebuilt ...

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Old Church Garden - Alfred Coucher

On the curved wall at the entrance to the garden.

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Borough of St Marylebone

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Marylebone's first car park

Borough of St Marylebone This stone commemorates the building of the first mu...

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Sport relief sculpture

Portland stone.  Charmingly modern relief sculpture showing 13 sport particip...

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Other Subjects

Richard Oswald

Richard Oswald

Merchant, slave trader, and diplomat. Born Scotland. 1746 he moved to London and began his own business initially in tobacco but quickly moved into the slave trade. His London base was at Philpot L...

Person, Politics & Administration, Scotland, USA

1 memorial
H. N. B. Spink

H. N. B. Spink

A Commissioner for the 1892 Westminster Public Library. The plaque gives him "M.L.S.B." after his name but we don't recognise the qualification.

Person, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
I. Ellis

I. Ellis

Church warden of St Dunstans Stepney, 1999.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
United States constitution

United States constitution

This was partly based on Magna Carta.

Concept, Law, Politics & Administration, USA

1 memorial
Simon de Montfort

Simon de Montfort

6th Earl of Leicester. Born France, with connections to French and English aristocracy. Married Eleanor, Henry III's sister in 1238. Built the Savoy Palace in 1245. Leader of the Second Barons' War...

Person, Politics & Administration, France

2 memorials