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Dr. James Cope

Dr. James Cope

Medical adviser to City Companies, with an interest in history, particularly John Wilkes. Cope promoted the erection of the statue.

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Dr. James Cope

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Wilkes

The Wilkes squint has been faithfully reproduced in the statue.

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Waterloo 200 Charity

Waterloo 200 Charity

Their website is a good intro to the battle.

Group, History

1 memorial
Woolwich Antiquarian Society

Woolwich Antiquarian Society

A society devoted to the history of Woolwich, the surrounding area and other historical and conservation matters. It was founded by the local historian William Thomas Vincent.

Group, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
Wilfred Day

Wilfred Day

Cinema historian. His collection is now held at the Cinémathèque Française which has an on-line catalogue. Founded the Anima Masonic Lodge in November 1912, whose membership was entirely connected ...

Person, Cinema, History, TV & Radio

1 memorial
Sir Leonard Woolley

Sir Leonard Woolley

Archaeologist. Born at 13 Southwold Road, Hackney. He was one of the first modern archaeologists, who excavated in a methodical way, keeping careful records, and using them to reconstruct ancient l...

Person, Exploring, History, Iraq

1 memorial
R.M. Robbins

R.M. Robbins

Author of "The History of London Transport" published in 4 vols 1974- 1976

Person, History

1 memorial