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Edward White

Edward White

Churchwarden of St John the Baptist upon Walbrook in 1884. Given the shared surname we thought this might be the Reverend White's son, Edward, but he would have been only 11 in 1884 so it's not him. Perhaps another relative.

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Edward White

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St John the Baptist upon Walbrook - monument

An unusual and unsuccessful siting of a three-dimensional monument. One face ...

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Oliver Stanley

Oliver Stanley

Second son of the 17th Earl of Derby. Conservative politician. Died at home in West Berkshire.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
George Sparkes

George Sparkes

London Parks and Gardens Trust provides: In the 1850s No 16 High Street {Bromley} ... was bought by George Sparkes ...{who} renamed the house Neelgherries after the hills of Nilgiris (an alternativ...

Person, Politics & Administration, India

1 memorial
Caroline Martineau

Caroline Martineau

Born Caroline Anne, daughter of Richard Martineau, a director and partner of the Whitbread Brewery. Early on she was interested in the study of natural science, attending lectures at the Royal Ins...

Person, Education, Gender Issues, Politics & Administration

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Brian Weekes

Brian Weekes

Academic, writer and Labour councillor for Camden. Our colleague Andrew Behan has kindly researched this man: Brian Charles M Weekes was born on 7 November 1935 and his birth was registered in Woo...

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Edward Marsh

Sir Edward Marsh

Collector, sponsor and friend to a number of creative people. Also closely associated with Winston Churchill. Born London. Died, unmarried, at his flat at 86 Walton Street. The picture shows Marsh ...

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial