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James Taylor

James Taylor

in 1826 co-churchwarden of a church in Westminster.

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James Taylor

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Westminster Union Workhouse

We think Whittingham's first name might be given as Rob. or ?ch. but it's los...

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Led by Donkeys

Led by Donkeys

From their Facebook page: "Art, activism and accountability. All our work is funded by the public, no big donors."

Group, Art, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
John Robert Daniel-Tyssen

John Robert Daniel-Tyssen

Brother of the lord of Hackney Manor, and manorial steward. His father's surname was Daniel and his mother's Tyssen, which suggests she was the one with the money.  In the mid-19th century the Tyss...

Person, History, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
David Lammy

David Lammy

Politician. Member of Parliament  for Tottenham from 2000. In 2002, he became parliamentary Under-Secretary in the Department of Health.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Henry Labouchere

Henry Labouchere

MP and journalist.  Born London of a rich banking family; Baron Taunton was his uncle.  Married an actress.  Responsible for the criminalisation of all male homosexual activity; prior to his effort...

Person, Gender Issues, Politics & Administration, Italy

1 memorial
Stepney Borough Council

Stepney Borough Council

Former London borough which is now part of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Group, Politics & Administration

3 memorials