Grandson of Agatha Christie, his mother Rosalind being Agatha's only child. Christie gave the rights to the play, the Mousetrap, to her grandson as a birthday present. He has given away a lot of the proceeds.
Person | Male Born 1943
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Agatha Christie book
Unveiled on the 60th anniversary of The Mousetrap, this bronze, 2.5 m high 'b...
Rose Mary Crawshay
Philanthropist, feminist, educationist. Born Rose Mary Yeates in Horton, Buckinghamshire, to William Willson Yeates and his first wife Mary. When she was seven three of her baby sisters died in qui...
Chiswick Parochial Charities
Comprising The Almshouse Charity (managing an almshouse in Chiswick) and The Lying-In Charity (offering an annual grant to benefit pregnant women in the London Borough of Hounslow).
Philanthropist, educationalist and prominent lay churchman. Born Tower Hill. Went into his father's wine merchant business. 1811 he took the house at Clapton. A leading member of the "Hackney P...
Sir Otto Beit
Financier, philanthropist, and art connoisseur. Born Berlin. Younger brother to Alfred and made his fortune the same way: mining diamonds. Came to London in 1896 and took British citizenship. G...
Grand Order of Water Rats
Show business charity with headquarters at The Water Rats Public House in the Gray's Inn Road.