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Councillor A. C. Shearing

Councillor A. C. Shearing

Architect of the British Legion Hornsey in 1929.

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Councillor A. C. Shearing

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Hornsey British Legion

This double plaque is under the window on the left. Sir Philip Sassoon was AD...

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Lewis Vulliamy

Lewis Vulliamy

Architect, also sometimes named as Louis Vulliamy. Born Pall Mall, into a family of clockmakers. Uncle to architect George John Vulliamy. Designed a good number of churches and other buildings, man...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Edward A. Gruning

Edward A. Gruning

Architect. Designed the German Gymnasium at King's Cross, 1864-5. Son-in-law of Dr Louis Cappel, the pastor of St George in the East, Cannon Street Road, E1. When the associated school (established...

Person, Architecture, Germany

1 memorial
Sacred Heart School, Hammersmith

Sacred Heart School, Hammersmith

The origins of the school date back to a nunnery in 1609. In 1869, Cardinal Manning decided to convert it into a seminary, and had John Francis Bentley (the architect of Westminster Cathedral) draw...

Building, Architecture, Education

1 memorial
Richard Seifert

Richard Seifert

Architect.  Born in Zurich, Switzerland as Reuben (but became Robin and then Richard) Seifert.  Educated in London.  Liked building high - Centre Point, the Natwest Tower (now Tower 42), Space Hous...

Person, Architecture, Switzerland

1 memorial
Lieutenant Hugh Cecil Benson

Lieutenant Hugh Cecil Benson

Hugh Cecil Benson was born on 3 July 1883 in London at 16, Young Street, Kensington Square, the elder son of Cecil Foster Benson (1857-1934) and Constance Mary Benson née O'Neill.(1860-1935). His b...

Person, Architecture, Armed Forces, Belgium

War dead, WW1
1 memorial