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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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Emily Wilding Davison

Emily Wilding Davison

Militant suffragette. Born Roxburgh House, Vanbrugh Park Road, Greenwich (see Running Past for info about the house). Brought up in Hertfordshire until aged 11 when the family returned to London. H...

Person, Gender Issues, Politics & Administration, Tragedy

4 memorials
Alderman John Scott Balfour

Alderman John Scott Balfour

Mayor of Hornsey 1906-07 and 1912-13. From Stones of Haringey: "Born in Cupar {Scotland} he came to London in the early 1860s and rose to become the managing director of iron merchants Croggon &am...

Person, Politics & Administration, Scotland

1 memorial
Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh

Communist revolutionary and founder of modern Vietnam. Left Vietnam in 1911 and worked on ships as a kitchen helper. In New York he was a baker at the Parker House Hotel. In 1913 he arrived in Lond...

Person, Nationalism, Politics & Administration, Vietnam

1 memorial
Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford

Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford

Born Chancery Lane.  An unpopular Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Supported Charles I against Parliament and so the Long Parliament impeached him and he was beheaded on Tower Hill.

Person, Execution, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
Councillor Paul Matthews

Councillor Paul Matthews

Deputy Mayor of Islington and Vice-Chair of Leisure Services until September 1991. Instrumental in the restoration of Grimaldi's grave.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial