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Councillor, The Rev. G. E. A. Whitworth

Councillor, The Rev. G. E. A. Whitworth

Vice Chairman of Housing Committee, Diss Street 1922.

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Councillor, The Rev. G. E. A. Whitworth

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Diss Street re-housing scheme

Metropolitan Borough of Bethnal Green Diss Street Re-housing Scheme This comm...

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Swinburne House

Apart from the architect the names on this plaque are the same as those on th...

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Alderman J. E. A. King

Alderman J. E. A. King

Housing Committee Parmiter Street, 1926. Alderman and member of Housing Committee, Parmiter Street, and on the Bethnal Green Baths Committee in 1926. Member of the LCC and a Councillor on the Bethn...

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford

Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford

Born Chancery Lane.  An unpopular Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Supported Charles I against Parliament and so the Long Parliament impeached him and he was beheaded on Tower Hill.

Person, Execution, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
Jeannie MacKay

Jeannie MacKay

Poplar councillor imprisoned during the 1921 rates protest. Given on the mural as ‘Jenny’.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis

Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis

Politician, socialist-anarchist. Born Amsterdam. Began as a Lutheran preacher, lost his faith and then seems to have continued moving left-wards all his life. Born and died in the Netherlands.

Person, Politics & Administration, Netherlands

1 memorial
Whittingham

Whittingham

Co-overseer of the Westminster Union workhouse in 1826. At the Old Bailey we find, in 1802, Charles Whittingham as co-overseer of St. Andrew's workhouse in Shoe Lane. And sometime 1881–1891 a W. ...

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial