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Categories: Architecture, History, Property

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
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Approved extension

A misunderstanding? A joke? Do the owners now claim they have an English Heri...

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Croydon Palace

Croydon Palace A former residence of the Archbishops of Canterbury (The Great...

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Isokon Building

The plaque is in the foyer of the flats. It was unveiled by John Pritchard, g...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
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Abram Games

Abram Games, 1914 - 1996, poster artist and designer, lived and worked here, ...

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Ada Lovelace

English Heritage Ada Countess of Lovelace, 1815 - 1852, pioneer of computing...

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Agatha Christie - W8

Dame Agatha Christie, 1850 - 1976, detective novelist and playwright, lived h...

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Air Chief Marshal Dowding - SW19 - 2

This plaque was removed when the house on which it was erected was demolished...

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A.J.P. Taylor

A.J.P. Taylor 1906 - 1990, historian and broadcaster lived here. English Heri...

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Other Subjects

William Douglas Caroe

William Douglas Caroe

Born near Liverpool, son of the Danish Consul. Became an architect in the Arts and Crafts style, specialising in churches. The splendid 1 Millbank was built for the Church Commissioners in 1903. Di...

Person, Architecture, Cyprus, Denmark

1 memorial
Colin Ward

Colin Ward

Anarchist writer. Born Wanstead. Served in the army in WW2, and worked as an architect 1952 - 61. Published on education, architecture and town planning. Guardian obit.

Person, Architecture, Education, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sydney Perks

Sydney Perks

Sydney Perks FRIBA, FSA, was born on 2 January 1864 in Westminster, one of the eight children of Charles Perks (1807-1871) and Emily Marian Perks née Warner (1827-1919). On 22 January 1864 he was b...

Person, Architecture

2 memorials
James Knowles

James Knowles

Two architects, father (1806–1884) and son (1831-1908), with the same name, James Thomas Knowles, either could have been the architect for the Shakespeare plinth.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
J. H. Evins

J. H. Evins

Architect active in the late 1800s.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial