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Occupants of lost graves at St Giles and St Pancras

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Those, buried at St Giles and St Pancras, whose graves are now unseen, or the record of whose names may have been obliterated.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Occupants of lost graves at St Giles and St Pancras

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Burdett-Coutts Memorial Sundial

This elaborate piece of high Victoriana was designed by George Highton of Bri...

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Tower Hamlets Mission

Tower Hamlets Mission

Information about this site before the Mission arrived, from the "Black History Walk, Aldgate to Stepney Green" pdf: "On this site in the 18th century stood a inn called the White Raven Tavern. ......

Group, Social Welfare

2 memorials
Friends of Kelsey Park

Friends of Kelsey Park

Kelsey Park is in Beckenham, Kent. The objectives of the group are the conservation and protection of the park’s ecology, plants, animals, birds and its beauty. Its intention is to provide educatio...

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Frederick and Rose Wrigglesworth & son Frederick Jnr.

Frederick and Rose Wrigglesworth & son Frederick Jnr.

This family lived at Hindle House, Arcola Street, Hackney and they all died there when a high explosive bomb landed.  Buried at Abney Park Cemetery Stoke Newington London.

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2 memorials
Metropolis Chapel Building Fund Association

Metropolis Chapel Building Fund Association

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 ch...

Group, Philanthropy, Property, Religion

1 memorial
Mary Seacole Trust

Mary Seacole Trust

From the Trust's website: "We want British society to become fairer, more inclusive and more harmonious. We believe that overcoming exclusion and increasing participation by promoting equality of b...

Group, Gender Issues, History, Medicine, Race Issues

1 memorial