MP. Born Surrey. Son of the anti-slavery campaigner first baronet, he entered the family brewing business. He later published his father's memoirs and a history 'Slavery and Freedom in the British West Indies'.
Person | Male Born 18/11/1823 Died 10/8/1871
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Christ Church Spitalfields - alterations
"Entensive" seems to be a portmanteau (mash-up) of "extensive" and "intensive".
This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Buxton Memorial Fountain
Due to strong shadows it was only on our fourth visit that we managed to take...
Chairman of the Sir Keith Park Memorial Campaign. Spent 3 years and millions of dollars to get the Keith Park statue erected. In 2011 this earned him, a Brit, the title normally given to a NZ cit...
Captain Richard Maples
Benefactor of Trinity House Almshouses. From John Stype's A Survey... : "Anno 1680, Captain Richard Maples, who died Commander of a Ship in the East-Indies, left to the Poor of this Corporation th...
Charles Dello Strologo
Strologo gave about 80 bus shelters to Surrey. Researching Strologo we found that someone was ahead of us: John Slatford, who has very kindly allowed us to re-present his findings here: "Charles D...