Person    | Male  Born 28/1/1784  Died 8/4/1862

Rear-Admiral, Sir William Fairbrother Carroll, KCB

Rear-Admiral, Sir William Fairbrother Carroll, KCB

Naval officer.  Born Ireland, Co. Wicklow.  "Royal naval biography; or, Memoirs of ..." has a full biography.  Lieut-Governor of Greenwich Hospital, where he died.

The Greenwich monument has his name spelt "Farebrother" but all other sources have "Fairbrother".

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Rear-Admiral, Sir William Fairbrother Carroll, KCB

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Greenwich Royal Naval Hospital Old Burial Ground

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Robert, Lord Clive, Clive of India

Robert, Lord Clive, Clive of India

Soldier and administrator. Born Shropshire. With the East India Company he effectively founded the British Empire. Spent much of his adult life in India, making his fortune there and becoming Gover...

Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, Bengal, India

2 memorials
F. D. Smith

F. D. Smith

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces

War served, WW1
1 memorial
Captain George Sampson Elliston

Captain George Sampson Elliston

Born Ipswich. Trained as a barrister. In WW1 he served in the Royal Army Medical Corp and rose to be captain. He was awarded a Military Cross on 3 June 1918. 1929 became a Member of the Corporation...

Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Private Charles Henry Charman

Private Charles Henry Charman

Charles Henry Charman was born on 25 February 1895 in Stratford Essex, the eldest of the ten children of Charles Henry Charman (1873-1943) and Maria Rose Charman née Worrow (1873-1946). His birth w...

Person, Armed Forces, Belgium

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
T. E. Lawrence

T. E. Lawrence

Intelligence officer and author. Born at Woodlands, Tremadoc, Caernarvonshire. He joined the archaeological team of Sir Flinders Petrie at Carchemish on the Euphrates, where he first met the Bedoui...

Person, Armed Forces, Literature, Seriously Famous, Middle East, Wales

1 memorial