Benefactor. The 'Carpinter' on the plaque is thought to indicate his livelihood rather than his surname.
National children's charity. Founded by the Reverend Thomas Bowman Stephenson as 'The Children's Home'. Renamed 'National Children's Home' and adopted its present name in 2008. It originally provid...
Group, Benefactor, Children
A wealthy banker and art collector, who bought Aubrey House in 1873 for about £15,000. He was an important patron of Whistler. He died when he fell down the stairs of his country home Heathfield Ho...
Person, Art, Benefactor
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Died: 7/12/1683, 336 years ago
Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration, Execution, Italy
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