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Marshall's Charity

Categories: Philanthropy, Religion

Created in John Marshall's 1627 will to support the Anglican Church and still going strong in 2012.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Marshall's Charity

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John Marshall

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Andrew Gibb

Andrew Gibb

Ship-repairer and philanthropist. Born in Glasgow. After serving his apprenticeship in shipbuilding, he came to London to ply his trade. He was deacon of St Mark's Presbyterian Church in Greenwich,...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy, Scotland

1 memorial
Elizabeth Jesser Reid

Elizabeth Jesser Reid

Founder of Bedford College, anti-slavery activist and philanthropist.

Person, Education, Gender Issues, Philanthropy, Race Issues

1 memorial
Julia, Countess of Ducie

Julia, Countess of Ducie

Wife of Henry Reynolds-Moreton, Third Earl of Ducie. There is no portrait and virtually no other information available about her, so we have used a picture of the monument to her in Tortworth Churc...

Person, Philanthropy, France

1 memorial
Albert Grant

Albert Grant

Born Dublin, Ireland as Abraham Gottheimer. The King of Italy conferred the title of Baron Grant - for improvement schemes in Milan. He was also MP for Kidderminster. His financial dealings were...

Person, Industry, Philanthropy, Ireland, Italy

1 memorial
Sir Sydney H. Waterlow

Sir Sydney H. Waterlow

Philanthropist. Born in Crown Street, now Sun Street, EC2. Brought up in Mile End. Followed his father and brothers into the stationery and printing business. 1963 founded, and chaired, the philan...

Person, Lord Mayor, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration

5 memorials