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P. J. Merritt

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Commemorated on a memorial as having died in WW1.

P. J. Merritt

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P. J. Merritt

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Barnet war memorial

The instruction "See that ye conquer by living as we have conquered by dying"...

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Eleanor Marx-Aveling

Eleanor Marx-Aveling

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Eric Gill

Eric Gill

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John Thelwall

John Thelwall

Orator, writer and elocutionist. Born in Covent Garden. It was as a political activist that he became well known. He was tried for treason and spent some time in the Tower of London and Newgate. He...

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1 memorial
J. Hornsby
War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Alfred Wilson

Alfred Wilson

The founding vicar of St Michael & All Angels Church in Bedford Park in 1887. On his wife's page we list their 3 sons, lost serving their country. Whilst researching their son, Harold, our col...

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1 memorial