Person    | Male  Born 1899  Died 23/1/1909

Ralph Joscelyne

Categories: Children, Tragedy

Only 10 when caught in the cross-fire during the Tottenham Outrage.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Ralph Joscelyne

Commemorated ati

Tottenham Outrage - Ralph Joscelyne

In memory of Ralph Joscelyne, 1899 - 1909 who was shot on this spot during th...

Read More

Other Subjects

Kindertransport

Kindertransport

10,000 unaccompanied mainly Jewish children fled from Nazi persecution in 1938 and 1939. This was organised mainly by World Jewish Relief, but many Quakers helped the children at stations on the jo...

Event, Children, Transport, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Poland

2 memorials
Enid Blyton

Enid Blyton

Children's writer. Born Enid Mary Blyton at 354 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich. Best known for creating the character of Little Noddy and the 'Famous Five' stories. Her works have been translated into...

Person, Children, Literature, Race Issues, Seriously Famous

4 memorials
Central Foundation Girls School

Central Foundation Girls School

Moved from Spital Square in 1975 to the building in Bow Road.  Spitalfields Life reports on a 2013 school reunion at the old building, which is now Galvin Restaurant - old photos and reminiscences.

Group, Children, Education

1 memorial
East London Toy Factory

East London Toy Factory

Opened by Sylvia Pankhurst as an answer to the dozens of tiny failing workshops where women were paid a pittance. Toys were no longer being imported from Germany, so the factory employed 59 women t...

Building, Children, Commerce, Gender Issues

1 memorial
National Schools / St John's Highbury Vale Primary School

National Schools / St John's Highbury Vale Primary School

We have decoded the following from British History On-line Opened 1836 as Highbury Vale School with 102 middle school pupils. 1864 the site was enlarged and the school rebuilt as Christ Church Nati...

Building, Children, Education

1 memorial