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Lt-Col Samuel Richards

Categories: Armed Forces

Lt-Col Samuel Richards

Commanding officer of the Bloomsbury Rifles 1880–98.

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Lt-Col Samuel Richards

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Drill Hall - foundation stone

This corner stone was laid by Lt Colonel S. Richards, commanding Bloomsbury R...

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F. G. Cooper
War dead, WW2
1 memorial
Major General Charles George Gordon

Major General Charles George Gordon

Army officer. Made his military reputation in China. Achieved lasting fame through his death at the siege of Khartoum. His name, and his marching band (which performs annually at the Whitehall sta...

Person, Armed Forces, China/Hong Kong, Sudan

4 memorials
H. W. Mudd

H. W. Mudd

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces

War served, WW1
1 memorial
Gerald Road Police Station

Gerald Road Police Station

The police station opened in what was then called Cottage Row. The name was changed to Gerald Road in 1885. After years of debate about its future, in 1993 the police moved to the newly completed B...

Building, Armed Forces, Law

1 memorial
Walter Reed

Walter Reed

American army surgeon prominent in proving that yellow fever is transmitted by mosquitoes. Born Belroi, Virginia. Died Washington.

Person, Armed Forces, Medicine, USA

1 memorial