Person    | Male  Born 29/2/1888  Died 18/8/1970

J. E. Stanley Lewis

Categories: Benefactor, Politics & Administration

Countries: Canada

Born in Ottawa. Ottawa's longest serving mayor, 1936 to 1948. The photo shows him in 1946 the year of the planting of the tree that he gifted but we don't think he was at the event.

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J. E. Stanley Lewis

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Royal Canadian Air Force - WW2 HQ, Tree, 1946

In the film the year on the plaque is slightly obscured and looks more like "...

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Chartered Institute of Journalists

Chartered Institute of Journalists

Created at the Grand Hotel in Birmingham as the National Association of Journalists.  Described on the Stead memorials as "journalists of many lands".

Group, Benefactor, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial
Lady Emily Fortescue

Lady Emily Fortescue

With one clue from a Council document related to the impressive Time Flies clock tower, we searched high and low for a "Mrs Galpin" who could have been the donor but found nothing to substantiate t...

Person, Benefactor

2 memorials
P. L. and L. D. Smith

P. L. and L. D. Smith

Daughters of Martha Smith.

Group, Benefactor

1 memorial
J. Mackerell

J. Mackerell

Gave land in commemoration of Nelson in 1905.  Great nephew of Isaac Smith through whom, it seems likely, he may have  inherited the land of Merton Abbey but how and when he acquired Merton Place a...

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial