Group    From 21/3/1889  To 1965

London County Council

Prior to the LCC London matters were run by church parishes. The LCC was the first directly elected strategic local government body for London. Replaced by the Greater London Council, covering a larger area.

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London County Council

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Andrew Young

Andrew Behan directed us to Coletti where we discovered that the plaque was "...

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Avondale Park

This park was acquired and laid out by the Vestry of Kensington with financia...

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Cobden House

Cobden House This block was built in 1958 by the London County Council and wa...

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Coram's Fields

These grounds, the site of the Foundling Hospital, established in 1739 by Cap...

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County Hall - Education

The home of Inner London's Education Service from 1922, ILEA succeeding the ...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
London County Council

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Albert Chevalier

Albert Chevalier, 1861 - 1923, music hall comedian, was born here. London Cou...

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Alfred Stevens

Alfred Stevens (1817 - 1875) artist, lived here. LCC

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Alice Meynell

Alice Meynell, 1847 - 1922, poet and essayist, lived here. London County Council

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Andrew Bonar Law

London County Council Andrew Bonar Law, 1858-1923, prime minister lived here.

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Andrew Lang

Andrew Lang, 1844 - 1912, man of letters lived here in 1876 - 1912. London Co...

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Other Subjects

Alderman Henry Mills JP

Alderman Henry Mills JP

Mayor of Islington in 1906.  Also secretary of the National Sunday League.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
William Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland

William Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland

Lord of the Manor. William Bentinck. Tory Prime Minister in 1783 and 1807-09. Was Colonial Secretary at the time of Grant's voyage to the new colony, New South Wales. And so Portland (originally Po...

Person, Politics & Administration, Australia

1 memorial
Samuel Bickersteth

Samuel Bickersteth

Committee chairman. Because of the unusual surname, it is almost certain that he was the same Reverend Samuel Bickersteth who had been vicar of Leeds, Lewisham and nearby Crofton Park. 

Person, Politics & Administration, Religion

1 memorial
P. Crispin

P. Crispin

Church warden of St Dunstans Stepney, 1999.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Dr Owen Lankester

Dr Owen Lankester

Chairman of the East End Maternity Hospital, 1902 - 1933.  His obituary in Medical News 6 January 1934 tells us:  Born Alfred Owen Lankester, brother to (the later) Sir Ray Lankester.  Died at home...

Person, Medicine, Politics & Administration

1 memorial