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Group From 1853
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
This park was acquired and laid out by the Vestry of Kensington with financia...
Native of Stamford in Lincolnshire. A white-baker who lived in a mansion house in Axe Yard, Southwark (now Newcomen Street), where his father, also a white-baker had lived before him. Widowered an...
1569-1570 Master of the Clothworkers' Company. Three wives but childless which allowed for his philanthropy. 1564-1577 he financed the rebuilding of the Holborn Conduit which, until its demolition ...
Person, Food & Drink, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration
Philanthropist who founded workshops for disabled girls. Moved by the plight of destitute disabled women on the streets of London, John Groom founded a mission to help them. The women supported th...
Frederic David Mocatta
Tycoon and philantropist. Born London into a Jewish family who came to England from Spain in the 1650s. Married but childless. Worked in the family gold-dealing business until 1874 when he gave ...
Sir D. T. Keymer
Hon Treasurer of the Committee to restore Bishop Wood's Almshouses in 1930. Durham University has a 1924 photo of him in a group where he is named as "Sir D. T. Keymer, Messrs. Keymer & Sons a...
Person, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration, New Zealand, Sudan