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Lionel Pearson

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Lionel Pearson

Architect. Worked in partnership with Holden.

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Lionel Pearson

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Royal Artillery Monument

The gun on top of the monument is a BL 9.2 inch Howitzer Mk I, carved in ston...

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Henry Charles Green

Henry Charles Green

Vice Chairman of Ealing District Council committee in 1899. Alderman Henry Charles Green was the first Mayor of Ealing, 1901–1902. Died aged 83. Green Avenue W13 is named for him. The artuk.org we...

Person, Architecture, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Alfred Cross

Alfred Cross

Architect. Born Alfred William Stephens Cross in Blackheath. 1889-99 he was in a partnership with Henry Spalding. He specialised in designs for public baths. Died London. Information from Manchest...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace

Originally erected in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition of 1851. It was on the section south of Rotten Row and east of West Carriage Drive with the mid-point opposite Rutland Gate.  The cast-...

Building, Architecture, Music / songs, TV & Radio

4 memorials
H & H. M. Lidbetter

H & H. M. Lidbetter

Architects. H. Martin Lidbetter was the son of Hubert Lidbetter (1885-1966), best known for the Euston Road Friends Meeting House (1927). Hubert designed many Quaker meeting houses. Father and son ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Robert Adam

Robert Adam

Born in Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire, Scotland. Died 13 Albemarle Street and is buried in Westminster Abbey. Robert is the most celebrated of the four Adam brothers, who together designed classical build...

Person, Architecture, Seriously Famous, Scotland

4 memorials