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Councillor George Hickling

Councillor George Hickling

Mayor of St Pancras 1905 - 6. Kentish Towner refers to "a coal merchants George Hickling & Co, then to be found on the corner of Regis Rd." in the late 1800s. Seems likely to be the same man.

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Councillor George Hickling

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Highgate Branch Library - inside

Borough of St Pancras - Highgate Branch Library This library was opened by Hi...

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Lord Carlingford

Lord Carlingford

Born Glyde, County Louth, Ireland as Chichester Samuel Parkinson-Fortescue. Elected to parliament as a liberal in 1847 and rose to prominence under Gladstone, but fell from grace over the question ...

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J. W. Brooks

J. W. Brooks

1878 Hon. Secretary of the Stratford Martyrs Memorial Committee.

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John Edward Walford

John Edward Walford

Chairman of the Committee to build The City of London School near Blackfriars Bridge, 1880. Died Surrey. We found this at CuriousFox: I am looking for any information on Edward and Sarah WALFORD (...

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Jack Neary

Jack Neary

Chairman, Central Markets Committee, Corporation of London, 1995.

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Lutfur Rahman

Lutfur Rahman

Born Bangladesh.  First directly elected Mayor of Tower Hamlets, 2010.  In 2015 he was found to be "personally guilty" of "corrupt or illegal practices, or both" and was removed from office.

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