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Dick Whittington's cat

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See Dick Whittington. The picture is the charming logo adopted by the Whittington Hospital on Highgate Hill.

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Dick Whittington's cat

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Dick Whittington and his cat - Highgate

British History Online (1878) says that in about 1795 "the original stone, be...

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Mervyn Peake

Mervyn Peake

Artist and writer. Born Mervyn Laurence Peake at Kuling in the province of Kiang-Hsi, China. His missionary parents returned to England in 1922.  He attended Eltham College and then completed his e...

Person, Art, Literature, Channel Islands, China/Hong Kong

1 memorial
Hilda Seligman

Hilda Seligman

Author and sculptor. Born Hilda Mary McDowell. In the 1930s she entertained both Mahatma Gandhi and Haile Selassie at her home in Wimbledon, and sculpted the bust of Selassie which now stands in Ca...

Person, Benefactor, Literature, Sculpture, India

1 memorial
Sir Walter Besant

Sir Walter Besant

Novelist and London historian.  Born Portsmouth. 1884 co-founded the Society of Authors. Secretary of the Palestine Exploration Fund. Originator of the People's Palace.  First president of The Hamp...

Person, Community / Clubs, History, Literature

3 memorials
James Granger

James Granger

Biographer and print collector and clergyman.

Person, History, Literature

1 memorial
Isaac D'Israeli

Isaac D'Israeli

Author. Not to be confused with Benjamin Disraeli, the novel-writing Prime Minister who was his son. Born at 5 Great St. Helen's London. Died at home at High Wycombe, but his birthplace has two ca...

Person, Literature

2 memorials