Physician, botanist, herbalist, astrologer and writer. Probably born at Ockley, Surrey. In about 1635 left Cambridge and came to London. This was prompted by the death of his intended. On her way to the appointed meeting for their elopement she was struck by lightening. For more relevant information about Culpeper see the picture source, Spitalfields Life. Died aged 38 at Red Lion House.
Person | Male Born 18/10/1616 Died 10/1/1654
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Nicholas Culpeper (1616 - 1654) physician, herbalist, astrologer and writer, ...
The Royal Hospital Chelsea
A retirement and nursing home for British soldiers who are unfit for further duty due to injury or old age. They are popularly known as ‘Chelsea Pensioners’. Female pensioners were first admitted i...
Olive Katherine Lloyd-Baker
From Cotswoldsaonb: "Olive Lloyd-Baker was born ... the middle of three daughters of Michael Granville Lloyd-Baker, eldest son and heir to the Estate. There are glimpses of her strong character in ...
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30th anniversary of National Tree Planting Year
See Tree Council.
An information board near to the Fawcett house plaque gives: "Vauxhall Park was created by a special Act of Parliament in 1888 on land whose history can be traced back to the 11th Century. A group ...