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Edward Little

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Edward Little

Role on the lost expedition: Officer on SS Terror. See John Franklin.

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Edward Little

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John Franklin statue

{On the front of the plinth:} To the great arctic navigator and his brave co...

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Rear-Admiral Sir William Edward Parry, DCL, FRS

Rear-Admiral Sir William Edward Parry, DCL, FRS

Naval officer and arctic explorer.  Born Bath.  The Canadian Encyclopedia says "He contributed much to the eventual discovery of the Northwest Passage and the North Pole."  Lieut-Governor of Greenw...

Person, Armed Forces, Exploring, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Charles Johnson

Charles Johnson

Role on the lost expedition: Able seaman on SS Terror. See John Franklin.

Person, Exploring, Tragedy

1 memorial
Edgar Evans

Edgar Evans

Born Wales. Met Scott when both were serving in the Royal Navy. One of Scott's four companions who died with him, returning from the South Pole. Injured on the way to the pole he was the first to...

Person, Exploring, Arctic & Antarctic, Wales

2 memorials
Yury Gagarin

Yury Gagarin

Astronaut.  From Rianovosti: "Gagarin visited London in July 1961, three months after his legendary flight. He met with members of the Foundry Workers Union during his visit, as he had worked as a ...

Person, Exploring, Seriously Famous, Russia

1 memorial