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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

Recycling the nations' railings - WW2

Recycling the nations' railings - WW2

As WW2 wore on, there was an increasing need for metal to make bombs, planes and tanks. To this end, the gates and railings around parks and open spaces were reclaimed as part of the war effort. Li...

Event, Architecture, Property

2 memorials
Edward Maufe

Edward Maufe

Architect. Born in Yorkshire as Edward Brantwood Muff into a family which, in 1903, moved to live in Philip Webb's Red House where Maufe lived for 7 years and later acknowledged the influence. 1909...

Person, Architecture

5 memorials
Sir John Summerson

Sir John Summerson

Museum curator and architectural historian. Born John Newenham Summerson at Barnstead, Coniscliffe Road, Darlington. He taught at Edinburgh College of Art, and had professorships at Oxford and Camb...

Person, Architecture, Museums / Libraries

1 memorial
Monmouth House

Monmouth House

The Duke of Monmouth obtained a site in Soho Square (then called King’s Square) in 1681 on which the house was built. After his execution it was owned by the Bateman family and became the residence...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Messrs Clarkson

Messrs Clarkson

Architects, active c.1886-1928. Tower Hamlets Idea Catalogue provides the following:  "The brothers John {Flint Clarkson, we believe} (1838-1918) and Samuel Flint Clarkson (c 1839-1915) were born ...

Group, Architecture, Scotland

1 memorial