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Reverend Richard Cranmer

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Reverend Richard Cranmer

The Reverend Richard Cranmer was Lord of the Manor of Mitcham Canons. A nearby road and green both bear his surname. He had died before 1831. From Merton: "The Canons House and estate remained in the ownership of the Cranmer family and their descendants the Simpsons until 1939..."

The Cranmers were descendants of Archbishop Thomas Cranmer who lived during the religious upheaval of the 16th century.

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Reverend Richard Cranmer

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Mitcham - drought relief obelisk

The inscription is badly deteriorated, so we have copied the inscription from...

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William Gilson Humphry

William Gilson Humphry

William Gilson Humphry was born on 30 January 1815 in Sudbury, Suffolk, the eldest of the six children of William Wood Humphry (1787-1865) and Betsy Ann Humphry née Gilson (1790-1862). He was bapti...

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All Saints Church, Ealing

All Saints Church, Ealing

Built as a memorial to Britain's only assassinated Prime Minister, Spencer Perceval from £5000 bequeathed by his youngest daughter, Frederica Perceval who died aged 90 in 1900.  The Gunnersbury Rot...

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Rev. N. A. Lash

Rev. N. A. Lash

Hon. Sec, to the Strangers Home for Asiatics, Africans & South Sea Islanders, in 1921. Rector of St John at Hackney 1930.  Vicar of St Johns Church, Lemsford, Welwyn Garden City, 1934-44.

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Dean Colet

Dean Colet

John Colet was the only surviving child of the 22 that his mother bore. Founded St Paul's School in 1509. Churchman and educational pioneer. Born London, son of a Lord Mayor whose wealth he inherit...

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Robert Raikes

Robert Raikes

Promoter of the Sunday School movement. Born and died Gloucester.

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1 memorial