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Jo Swinson

 MP, Under Secretary of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

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Jo Swinson

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Gold post box - Westminster

The plaque is a nasty modern thing, as they are on all these Olympic boxes, s...

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Thomas Smith (Tottenham)

Thomas Smith (Tottenham)

From British History Online we've learnt that lordships are something that could be bought and sold. The Tottenham lordships were tied in with Bruce Castle, until Thomas Smith got involved. Smith l...

Person, Benefactor, Politics & Administration, Property

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Netherlands Government in exile

Netherlands Government in exile

The Netherlands were invaded by Nazi Germany on the 10th May 1940. Queen Wilhelmina had planned to go to the southern province of Zeeland to co-ordinate resistance, but when it came under attack fr...

Group, Politics & Administration

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Basaveshwara / Basava / Basavanna

Basaveshwara / Basava / Basavanna

12th century Indian philosopher, poet, social reformer and pioneer of democracy.

Person, Politics & Administration, India

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Hugh Cecil Lowther, fifth Earl of Lonsdale

Hugh Cecil Lowther, fifth Earl of Lonsdale

Sportsman and profligate bon vivant, a life-style enabled through his vast inherited wealth. President of the National Sporting Club. Initiated the boxing prize, the Lonsdale Belt. Founder and firs...

Person, Politics & Administration, Sport / Games

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J. C. F. Warrington Rogers

J. C. F. Warrington Rogers

Clerk to the Commissioners of the 1892 Westminster Public Baths and Wash-houses.  1872 operating as a solicitor.  Probably James Charles Frampton Warrington Rogers, the man on this My Heritage page.

Person, Politics & Administration

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