Person    | Male  Born 9/7/1713  Died 22/12/1767

John Newbery

Publisher who was the first to be successful with books for children. Born Berkshire. Died at home in St Paul's Churchyard.

In the absense of a picture of Newbery himself we are showing one of his publications.

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John Newbery

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John Newbery

The John Newbery Memorial Plaque John Newbery, 1713 - 1767, benevolent bookse...

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Miss N. G. Price

Miss N. G. Price

Represented the Sunday School of the Highbury Quadrant Congregational Church in 1957.

Person, Children, Religion

1 memorial
RAF apprentices and boy entrants

RAF apprentices and boy entrants

Royal Air Force apprentices and boy entrants, 1920 - 1993.

Group, Armed Forces, Children

1 memorial
Frank Masters

Frank Masters

Naval cadet from the training ship Arethusa, aged 14. Drowned in the tragedy at Leysdown. He was assisting the scouts at the time.

Person, Children, Community / Clubs, Tragedy

2 memorials
Association of Jewish Refugees

Association of Jewish Refugees

The AJR provides an extensive range of social and welfare services, and grants financial assistance to Jewish victims of Nazi persecution living in Great Britain. The AJR’s plaque scheme honours p...

Group, Children, Community / Clubs, Religion

4 memorials