Person    | Male  Born 6/8/1763  Died 5/1/1827

Frederick, Duke of York

Categories: Armed Forces, Royalty

Born St James's Palace, the second and favourite son of George III. Card gambler. Fought a duel on Wimbledon Common. Commander-in-Chief of the British Army, 1795 - 1809 and 1811 - 1827. Died, heavily in debt, at the duke of Rutland's house, Arlington Street.

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Frederick, Duke of York

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Duke of York's column

Bronze statue by Westmacott of "The Grand Old Duke of York" of nursery rhyme ...

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Mary Anne Clarke

Mary Anne Clarke, 1776 - 1852, mistress of Prince Frederick, Duke of York, li...

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Marine Police

Marine Police

Founded by magistrate Patrick Colquhoun and Master Mariner John Harriott, on the site from which it still operates. Set up to protect the cargo ships from theft which was proving very costly to the...

Group, Armed Forces

1 memorial
Conscientious Objectors, WW1 - Haringey

Conscientious Objectors, WW1 - Haringey

350 Haringey men were Conscientious Objectors in WW1. Some of the names are given at Conscientious Objection Remembered: Harry Phipps, a printer; Charlie Walker, one of five brothers, all COs; John...

Group, Armed Forces, Peace

1 memorial
Brigadier Andrew Henry Parker Bowles, OBE

Brigadier Andrew Henry Parker Bowles, OBE

Born into an elite horsey family, close to the royals. 1960 commissioned into the Royal Horse Guards and stayed in the mounted services for much of his military career, based at Hyde Park Barracks....

Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
E. A. Saunders

E. A. Saunders

Resident of Willesden who volunteered and died in the Anglo Boer War, 1899-1900.

Person, Armed Forces, South Africa

War dead, Other war
1 memorial
A. Carton

A. Carton

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces

War served, WW1
1 memorial