This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
National Trust

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Morley mosaics - KEW - Octavia Hill

Octavia Hill, born 1838. The founder of modern social work through her tirele...

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Octavia Hill - Finchley

Hill's family were living in Brownswell Cottages in 1851. These were on Finc...

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Octavia Hill - W1

English Heritage Octavia Hill, 1838 - 1912, housing reformer and co-founder o...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
National Trust

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George Inn - National Trust

This plaque is on the left hand side of the courtyard.

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Jamestown tree

Virginians seem keen on sending us their soil: in 1921 they gave us a statue ...

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National Tree Week 1987

National Tree Week is an event which has been promoted by the Tree Council si...

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Sutton House & the Robertson brothers

Sutton House This building was given to the National Trust by W. A. Robertson...

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Other Subjects

Henry Charles Green

Henry Charles Green

Vice Chairman of Ealing District Council committee in 1899. Alderman Henry Charles Green was the first Mayor of Ealing, 1901–1902. Died aged 83. Green Avenue W13 is named for him. The artuk.org we...

Person, Architecture, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Laing Homes

Laing Homes

A building group which was a division of John Laing plc (a company which was founded in the 1840s). It was eventually purchased by the Wimpey group.

Group, Architecture, Commerce

1 memorial
Bridewell Palace / Prison

Bridewell Palace / Prison

Built by Henry VIII, who lived there 1515-23. It deteriorated so that Edward VI gave it to the City of London who then used it as a prison, hospital (actually school) and workrooms. "Bridewell" was...

Building, Architecture, Law, Royalty

2 memorials
John Johnson

John Johnson

Architect. Born Hoxton. Our information comes from the Victorian Web which names many buildings that Johnson worked on.

Person, Architecture

3 memorials
William Reddall

William Reddall

Architect of 10, South Street, Finsbury. Was an Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1874. Cheshire Street is just around the corner from Church House. From Hackney "Nos. 2 ...

Group, Architecture

1 memorial