Person    | Female  Born 9/9/1929 

Raine, Lady Dartmouth, Countess Spencer

Born as Raine McCorquodale. Mother Barbara Cartland. Worked for the preservation of ancient buildings. Her second, of three, marriages made her stepmother to Diana, soon to be, Princess of Wales.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Raine, Lady Dartmouth, Countess Spencer

Commemorated atInformation

Black Friar pub

The plaque is a perfectly nice pub plaque but the pub is adorned with many lo...

Read More

Other Subjects

50th anniversary of VJ Day

50th anniversary of VJ Day

The surrender of Japan was announced in Japan (USA, Europe, etc.) on 14 (15) August 1945 and effectively ended WW2. The paperwork was done two weeks later on 2 September. All three dates are someti...

Event, War Memorial WW2, History

3 memorials
Voltaire Foundation

Voltaire Foundation

The Voltaire Foundation is a research department in the University of Oxford, publishing in the area of the Eighteenth century, especially the French Enlightenment.

Group, History, Literature, France

1 memorial
Slobodan Yovanovitch

Slobodan Yovanovitch

Historian and politician. Born in Novi Sad, Austria-Hungary (now Serbia). he entered political life in 1939 when the Serbian Cultural Club was established and became its president. When Germany att...

Person, History, Politics & Administration, Yugoslavia

1 memorial
The International Bonhoeffer Society

The International Bonhoeffer Society

A non-profit, ecumenical, and interfaith scholarly organisation which preserves the memory and enhances the knowledge of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his legacy.

Group, History, Religion

1 memorial
Sir Nikolaus Pevsner

Sir Nikolaus Pevsner

Architectural historian and author of "The Buildings of England". Born in Leipzig, Germany. Hitler's rise to power caused him to move to London in 1935. Buried in the churchyard of St. Peter's a...

Person, Architecture, History, Germany

2 memorials