This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Morley mosaics - KEW - Octavia Hill
Octavia Hill, born 1838. The founder of modern social work through her tirele...
Octavia Hill - Finchley
Hill's family were living in Brownswell Cottages in 1851. These were on Finc...
Octavia Hill - W1
English Heritage Octavia Hill, 1838 - 1912, housing reformer and co-founder o...
This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
George Inn - National Trust
This plaque is on the left hand side of the courtyard.
Virginians seem keen on sending us their soil: in 1921 they gave us a statue ...
National Tree Week 1987
National Tree Week is an event which has been promoted by the Tree Council si...
Sutton House & the Robertson brothers
Sutton House This building was given to the National Trust by W. A. Robertson...
Worked on the Parthenon. 5th century BC.
George Dance the younger
Architect. Son of the architect George Dance the Elder, one of the 4 original members of the Royal Academy, he designed Newgate Prison and St Luke's Hospital. John Soane was his pupil.
John Young & Son
Architects active in 1862. Our picture is of John Young, 1797-1877, and the picture source says "Mr Young's eldest son, also called John Young, was to become a successful architect/surveyor in his ...
Mason-sculptor of Camberwell. Active in 1825.
E. Evans Cronk
Andrew Behan has done some research on this man with the splendid name: His full name was Edwyn Evans Cronk. Born in 1846 in Sevenoaks, Kent, the son of Edwyn Evans Cronk and Isabella Cronk, née B...