Place    To 31/3/1965

County of Middlesex

Former county. It became a shire in the 10th century, but most of the area was lost to the County of London with the passing of the Local Government Act of 1888. It officially ceased to exist in 1965 when it was absorbed into Greater London, so presumably, the Hogarth plaque was erected before then. The name however is still widely used in addresses.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
County of Middlesex

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Walpole Park - opened

Walpole Park Opened for the use of the public, 1st May 1901 by the Rt. Hon. L...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
County of Middlesex

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William Hogarth - W4

William Hogarth, painter & engraver, 1697 - 1764, lived and worked here f...

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Other Subjects

T. F. Bryen

T. F. Bryen

1906 Councillor and Chairman of the Public Libraries Committee and Chairman of the committee for the erection of Islington Library.

Person, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
Lincoln Committee

Lincoln Committee

Active in 1930.  Trying to research this we found a number of "Lincoln Committee"s, possibly one for every Lincoln memorial ever erected.

Group, History, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Arthur Leggatt

Arthur Leggatt

Arthur Leonard George Leggatt was born on 19 June 1935, the son of Arthur Edward Leggatt (1910-1967) and Lilian Leggatt née Charlton (1915-1955). His birth was registered in the Edmonton registrati...

Person, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
Sir Charles Reed

Sir Charles Reed

Politician. Member of the Society of Antiquaries of London. Director and Trustee of the original Abney Park Cemetery Joint Stock Company, Chairman of the Bunhill Fields Preservation Committee, asso...

Person, History, Politics & Administration

2 memorials