Person    | Male  Born 26/12/1856  Died 29/1/1933

Cecil Johnstone

Categories: Children, Social Welfare

Cecil Johnstone

Hon. Cecil C. E. Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone. See his brother Francis for family information. Attended Eton, 1869-74.

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Cecil Johnstone

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Gilbert Johnstone Boat-House

This Boat House was given to the Club by Gilbert Johnstone, the youngest of 9...

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Amy Johnson Junior School

Amy Johnson Junior School

Former primary school, presumably named for Amy Johnson, the connection being the (sort of) proximity of Croydon Airport.

Building, Children, Education

1 memorial
First Belgian School WW1

First Belgian School WW1

By June 1915, the population of Belgian refugees in Britain rose to 265,000. But we couldn't find anything on the web about the school in Cale Street.

Group, Children, Education, Belgium

1 memorial
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children

Founded as The Hospital for Sick Children, the first hospital in England to provide in-patient beds specifically for children. Its first premises were at 49 Great Ormond Street a converted 17th cen...

Group, Children, Medicine

5 memorials
Action for Children

Action for Children

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

2 memorials
Robert Baden-Powell

Robert Baden-Powell

Army officer and founder of the boy scouts and girl guides. Born as Robert Stephenson Smyth Powell at 6 Stanhope Street, Paddington. His mother changed the family name to Baden-Powell after her hus...

Person, Armed Forces, Children, Community / Clubs, Seriously Famous, Afghanistan, India, Kenya, South Africa

4 memorials