Group    From 1861 

Metropolis Chapel Building Fund Association

Group

Established under the leadership of Alexander M'Aulay to ‘promote the erection of commodious chapels in suitable situations in and around the metropolis, to assist in the enlargement of existing chapels and to secure eligible sites, especially in new localities’. For the Congregational Protestant faith.

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This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Metropolis Chapel Building Fund Association

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Westminster Chapel

Upon this spot, formerly the site of Westminster Hospital, a house of god for...

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Abbeyfield Society

Abbeyfield Society

A charity which provides sheltered housing  and care homes for elderly people, now known just as Abbeyfield. Founded by Richard Carr-Gomm, it owns and manages around 200 houses and 20 care homes (2...

Group, Philanthropy, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Sir William Boreman

Sir William Boreman

A clerk to the Board of Green Cloth (a position in the British Royal Household responsible for organising royal journeys and assisting in the administration of the Household) from 1671 to 1685. He ...

Person, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Mary M. Reeder

Mary M. Reeder

Connected with the Tower Hamlet Mission and active in 1958. Tower Hamlets Local Library in their records of the Tower Hamlets Mission gives: "File re the estate of Mrs Mary Margaret Reeder decease...

Person, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Grand Order of Water Rats

Grand Order of Water Rats

Show business charity with headquarters at The Water Rats Public House in the Gray's Inn Road.

Group, Music / songs, Philanthropy, Theatre, TV & Radio

7 memorials
Peter Hill

Peter Hill

Elizabethan seafarer. With Robert Bell he co-founded the St Mary Rotherhithe Free School, to educate the sons of local seafarers.

Person, Education, Philanthropy, Transport

1 memorial