Person    | Male  Born 1767  Died 21/2/1849

George Green

Shipbuilder and philanthropist. Founder of a shipyard in Blackwall, which was subsequently taken over by his three sons, Frederick, Henry and Richard. George endowed several schools in Poplar.

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George Green

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George Green School - 1884

Above this large, plain, plaque there is a small ornate stone with "G.S." on ...

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George Green - school centennial

This clock was presented by members of the association, pupils and other frie...

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Imperial Institute

Imperial Institute

Established in 1887 to promote research that would benefit the British Empire. From 1893 it was housed in a building in Exhibition Road, designed by T. E. Collcutt. This was demolished in the 1950s...

Building, Education, Science

2 memorials
Craft School - Globe Road

Craft School - Globe Road

We have found some very interesting information about this School. It grew out of the Ring and Rose Club. The architect F. W. Troup was art adviser and governor. It was closely associated with the ...

Group, Craft / Design, Education

1 memorial
Elizabeth Jesser Reid

Elizabeth Jesser Reid

Founder of Bedford College, anti-slavery activist and philanthropist.

Person, Education, Gender Issues, Philanthropy, Race Issues

1 memorial
Enfield school-house / station

Enfield school-house / station

the V&A (our picture source) hold in their collection part of the façade of this building (not just the photo but the bricks themselves). Alamy have a photo of the saved section of the façade e...

Building, Architecture, Education, Transport

2 memorials
Commonwealth Walkway Trust

Commonwealth Walkway Trust

Established in 2012 with a donation made by the Jubilee Walkway Trust. The Trust’s charitable mission is to create walkways in towns and cities around the world to preserve and protect the physical...

Group, Education, Gardens / Agriculture, History, Sport / Games

2 memorials