Person    | Male  Born 3/8/1930  Died 13/1/2022

Mario Alberto Campora

Ambassador. Born in Mendoza, Argentina. He entered the diplomatic service in 1955, and held posts in Washington, The Hague and New Delhi. He subsequently became ambassador of Argentina to Belgium and Luxembourg, and the first ambassador to the United Kingdom, 1990-4, after the Falklands War.

His Wikipedia page confirms that he died, aged 91 years, on 13 January 2022 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where his body was cremated.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Mario Alberto Campora

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Jose de San Martin statue

The statue is behind a locked gate, so we cannot tell if there is an inscript...

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William Henry Hudson 1

W H Hudson, writer & naturalist, 1841 - 1922. In commemoration of the 150...

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Anti-fascists in Bermondsey

Anti-fascists in Bermondsey

One day before the anniversary of the Cable Street battle Mosley's Fascists, now banned from the East End and prevented from wearing uniforms, attempted to march through Bermondsey.  20,000 people ...

Event, Politics & Administration

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Lord Kinnaird

Lord Kinnaird

Footballer and philanthropist. Born Arthur Fitzgerald Kinnaird in London. Unusually he had double careers in banking and football. He played in nine F.A. cup finals and had the dubious honour of be...

Person, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration, Social Welfare, Sport / Games

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James Radcliffe, 3rd Earl of Derwentwater

James Radcliffe, 3rd Earl of Derwentwater

Jacobite.  Either 'Radcliffe' or 'Radclyffe'. Illegitimate grandson of Charles II on his mother's side. A very wealthy Northumbrian nobleman, brought up in France. Captured at the Battle of Preston...

Person, Execution, Politics & Administration, France

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Roger Gaskell Hetherington

Roger Gaskell Hetherington

President of the Institution of Civil Engineers; Treasurer and Chairman of the Governors of Highgate School 1929 - 1944. Old Cholmeleian (i.e. educated at Highgate School).

Person, Politics & Administration

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Sir George Barham

Sir George Barham

Invented the milk churn and campaigned for cleaner milk. Son of a dairyman. In 1864 in Museum Street/Coptic Street established the Express Country Milk Supply Company which sold milk. He also estab...

Person, Food & Drink, Politics & Administration

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