Person    | Male  Born 25/10/1800  Died 28/12/1859

Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay

Categories: History, Poetry, Politics & Administration

Countries: India

Historian, essayist, poet. Born Leicestershire but brought up in the Clapham home. Spent four years (1834 - 8) as an administrator in India, during which he showed little interest in Indian culture but began thinking about his masterpiece 'The History of England' which he began on his arrival back in London, via Italy, in 1939. Co-founder of the National Portrait Gallery. Died at home at Holly Lodge, Campden Hill, which he had bought in 1856.

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Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay

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Two Macaulays

Zachary Macaulay (1768 - 1838), philanthropist, and his son Thomas Babington ...

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Wine Office Court

The Rhymers' Club is not specifically mentioned on the plaque but Ye Olde Che...

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Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice

Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice

From their website, 2024: "Having secured statutory public inquiries in the UK and Scotland, we are now seeking to secure devolved inquiries in Wales and Northern Ireland. We are campaigning to ens...

Group, History, Medicine, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Memorial to the Women of World War II

Memorial to the Women of World War II

A York-based group of volunteers set up to raise funds for the memorial in Whitehall.

Group, Benefactor, History

1 memorial
Acton History Group
3 memorials
E M A H S

E M A H S

EMAHS stands for Ealing Museum Art and History Society - they appear to be defunct now, 2017.

Group, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
Firemen Remembered

Firemen Remembered

Firemen Remembered is an independent charity dedicated to recording and remembering firemen and firewomen who served in the London Region in World War II and commemorating those who died.

Group, Armed Forces, History

6 memorials