Building    From 1611  To 1872

Charterhouse School

Categories: Education

Founded by Thomas Sutton in 1611, the year of his death. An ex-Carthusian priory near Smithfield was used for the school - thus pupils are known as Carthusians. Sutton was buried in the chapel.
The school sold its London site to Merchant Taylors' and moved near Godalming in 1872.

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Charterhouse School

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Charterhouse

The Great Cloister of The London Charterhouse, 1371 - 1538, once occupied thi...

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Pumphouse Educational Trust and Museum

Pumphouse Educational Trust and Museum

The museum is located on land that until 1970 was part of the Surrey Docks. After these closed, the area was refurbished and the old pumphouse became a museum. It also houses the Rotherhithe Herita...

Group, Education, Museums / Libraries

1 memorial
Samuel Phelps

Samuel Phelps

Actor/manager, born in Devonport.  In his early working life he worked on the York theatre circuit and acted in numerous tragic roles. In 1837 played Shylock at the Haymarket. He then had a short r...

Person, Education, Music / songs, Theatre

2 memorials
International Brigade Memorial Trust

International Brigade Memorial Trust

From the picture source website: The International Brigade Memorial Trust was formed in 2002 from the veterans of the International Brigade Association, the Friends of the I.B.A., representatives ...

Group, Education, History

1 memorial
Westfield College

Westfield College

Founded in 1882 by Constance Louisa Maynard and Ann Dudin Brown, as a residential women's college modelled on women's colleges already established in Oxford and Cambridge. The name probably came fr...

Building, Education, Gender Issues

1 memorial
Yaichi Takami

Yaichi Takami

Became a student at UCL in 1865.

Person, Education, Japan

1 memorial