Person    | Male  Born 7/4/1848  Died 25/5/1930

Randall Thomas Davidson, Baron Davidson of Lambeth

Categories: Religion

Countries: Scotland

Archbishop of Canterbury. Born Edinburgh. A pupil at Harrow. Suffered all his adult life from the damage to his lower back caused by a shooting accident. 1877 married Edith daughter of Archibald Tait, the Archbishop of Canterbury at the time, but they had no children. A favourite of Queen Victoria. Archbishop of Canterbury 1903 - 28, the first to retire, rather than die in office. He resigned on 12 November 1928, his golden wedding anniversary. Died at home, 10 Cheyne Walk.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Randall Thomas Davidson, Baron Davidson of Lambeth

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Randall Thomas Davidson - Lambeth Palace

Erected the year after Davidson's death, about 18 months after his resignatio...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Randall Thomas Davidson, Baron Davidson of Lambeth

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Harrow School - WW1 memorial

The plaque was laid in 1921 (British Pathe film) and the building was opened ...

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Opening of the BMA house

This inscription is on the inside of the west face of the courtyard, to the l...

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Thomas Lewis

Thomas Lewis

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Person, Religion

1 memorial
Christchurch, Southwark

Christchurch, Southwark

John Marshall provided in his will for the building of a church. Christchurch was built in 1671 at what is now 27 Blackfriars Road. Built on marshy ground it had to be totally rebuilt in 1738-41 (s...

Building, Religion

1 memorial
Ewer Street Burial Ground

Ewer Street Burial Ground

St Saviour's Southwark has some good reports describing this burial ground at various times: 1822 - a report of a body-snatching incident; 1839 - a report of its over-filled "repulsive" condition; ...

Place, Religion

1 memorial