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Mark Borrows

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Mark Borrows

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Mark Borrows

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Hitchcock bust

There's a suggestion in the sculpture that the face is actually a mask.

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John Whitgift

John Whitgift

Elizabeth I's last Archbishop of Canterbury. The palace used as a summer retreat by the Archbishops of Canterbury was in Croydon and here in 1596 Whitgift founded an eponymous school. Memorable dat...

Person, Benefactor, Religion

2 memorials
Action for Children

Action for Children

National children's charity. Founded by the Reverend Thomas Bowman Stephenson as 'The Children's Home'. Renamed 'National Children's Home' and adopted its present name in 2008. It originally provid...

Group, Benefactor, Children

2 memorials
Mary Gray Ratray

Mary Gray Ratray

Miss Mary Gray Ratray of 41 Tavistock Square. Died St Pancras leaving a legacy of £23,000 to the charities of the metropolis. This was administered by her executors Edwin Bedford and Charles Jellic...

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial
Howard Family of Norfolk

Howard Family of Norfolk

The family who paid for the Guardian Angels Church and school consisted of: the 15th Duke of Norfolk, Sir Henry Fitzalan-Howard and his two sisters Lady Margaret and Lady Mary Howard. The Duke was...

Group, Benefactor

1 memorial
William Cleverly Alexander

William Cleverly Alexander

A wealthy banker and art collector, who bought Aubrey House in 1873 for about £15,000. He was an important patron of Whistler. He died when he fell down the stairs of his country home Heathfield Ho...

Person, Art, Benefactor

1 memorial