Person    | Male  Born 25/4/1949  Died 13/1/1979

David Ashmore

David Ashmore

At the time of his death Ashmore was a landscape architect involved in the creation of Burgess Park, living at Lordship Lane, SE22, single, aged 20-30. See Geoffrey Mills for details.

Andrew Behan has researched this man: David Terence Ashmore was born on 25 April 1949. His birth was registered in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire and the maiden surname of his mother was Rose. He died, aged 29 years, on 13 January 1979 in an air crash at Biggin Hill, Bromley. Probate records show that his home address had been 293 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich. His estate totalled £14,377.

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David Ashmore

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Burgess Park designers - 1979 air crash

Geoffrey Mills was the pilot - see his page for more details. Our information...

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Victoria Park Society

Victoria Park Society

Tower Hamlets have a "copy of the Constitution, showing that the society was founded 11 May 1970". Founders included: Israel Renson and Peggy Temple. We've found reference to this group being acti...

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials
St John's Clerkenwell graveyard & garden

St John's Clerkenwell graveyard & garden

In 1714 John Michele gave the ground to St John’s Church in St John’s Square for use as a graveyard. About 100 years later Rev. William Dawson arranged that the church donate the graveyard as a pub...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture, Religion

2 memorials
William George Spencer Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire

William George Spencer Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire

The "Bachelor Duke" after whom the Cavendish banana was named. Born Paris, son of the 5th Duke, who died in 1811. Had a strong interest in gardening and agriculture and gave his estates a lot of a...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
The Crown Estate

The Crown Estate

Some of these plaques have an 'R' representing Regent Street which was (2024 defunct) a Crown Estate website promoting Regent Street as a shopping destination.  Wikipedia has a very useful map sho...

Group, Gardens / Agriculture, Property

3 memorials