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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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Felix Slade

Felix Slade

Collector of glass, books and engravings funded from the wealth he inherited from his father. Member of the Society of Antiquaries, he endowed 3 Slade Professorships of Fine Art at universities, an...

Person, Art, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
George Peabody

George Peabody

Philanthropist. Born Massachusetts, USA, descended from English immigrants to America. A merchant businessman who moved into banking, in partnership with J. S. Morgan and became extremely wealthy. ...

Person, Philanthropy, Property, Social Welfare, USA

3 memorials
Royal Literary Fund

Royal Literary Fund

British benevolent fund for professional published authors in financial difficulties. The Prince Regent supported it by providing premises at 36 Gerrard Street.

Group, Literature, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Alfred Beit

Alfred Beit

Co-founder and funder (with Sir Julius Wernher) of the Royal School of Mines building. Born Hamburg, learnt the diamond trade in Amsterdam and went to Kimberley where he met Wernher and Cecil Rhod...

Person, Industry, Philanthropy, Race Issues, Africa, Germany, South Africa

1 memorial
National Heritage Memorial Fund

National Heritage Memorial Fund

From their website: "The National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) was set-up in 1980 to save the most outstanding parts of our heritage at risk of loss to the nation, as a memorial to those who have ...

Group, History, Philanthropy

1 memorial