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Matthew Bell

Categories: History, Medicine

Psychotherapist who works locally and is interested in local history.   He felt passionately that there should be a memorial where the denouement of the revolt took place and where Tyler fell. Up to this point there had been none.  It took him about a year of bureaucratic to-ing and fro-ing to get the go ahead from The City, St Bart's and English Heritage.   He commissioned Emily Hoffnung to design and carve the memorial. 

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Matthew Bell

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The Great Rising / Peasants' Revolt

Matthew Bell realised that The Great Rising lacked a proper memorial and that...

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Gertrude Bell

Gertrude Bell

Traveller, archaeologist, writer and diplomat, Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell, CBE, explored, mapped, and became highly influential to British imperial policy-making due to her knowledge and cont...

Person, Exploring, History, Politics & Administration, Iraq, Israel/Palestine, Middle East, Syria

1 memorial
Submarine War Memorial - 70th anniversary

Submarine War Memorial - 70th anniversary

The memorial has been maintained by the Submariners' Old Comrades, London.

Event, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
Fiona Mountain

Fiona Mountain

Author.  Published a book on Queen Henrietta Maria.

Person, History, Literature

1 memorial
UK Antarctic Heritage Trust

UK Antarctic Heritage Trust

Established to support the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust in raising funds for the conservation of historical explorers' huts in the Ross Sea Region of Antarctica, and to recognise and conser...

Group, Exploring, History, Arctic & Antarctic

1 memorial
Leland Lewis Duncan

Leland Lewis Duncan

Historian, author and public servant. Born in Lewisham. He served in the War Office for forty years and was rewarded with an M.V.O. (Member of the Victorian Order) and an O.B.E. His interest in loc...

Person, History, Politics & Administration

1 memorial