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Richard Moore

Categories: Benefactor, Sculpture

Richard Moore

Father of Capt. Francis W. Moore, M.C. whose name appears on the memorial erected by his father. If Moore Snr. really did the carving on the monument then he was a talented sculptor and we are surprised that we have not been able to find any other work by him.

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Richard Moore

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St John's WW1 Memorial

Note that Pte. Charles R. King, 7th Centre of London Regiment, appears twice ...

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Booker Prize

Booker Prize

Literary award. Originally known as the Booker–McConnell Prize, after the company Booker, McConnell Ltd who first sponsored the event. When administration of the prize was transferred to the Booker...

Media, Benefactor, Literature

1 memorial
Keshava Raghuveer

Keshava Raghuveer

Keshava Raghuveer was born in January 1947 and was a director of several companies including Harndale Shipmanagement Services Limited. Electoral registers from 2003 to 2006 show him listed together...

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial
Macmillan Cancer Support

Macmillan Cancer Support

Founded by Douglas Macmillan as the Society for the Prevention and Relief of Cancer, it has operated under several name, including Macmillan Cancer Relief. There are over 3,000 Macmillan Nurses thr...

Group, Benefactor

2 memorials
Roger Jefcoate

Roger Jefcoate

From The Woodland Trust: "Roger Jefcoate has spent 30 years secretly planting his beloved black poplars.... As a scientist and engineer, Roger developed Possum, the first remote control to help dis...

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial
Stenton Covington

Stenton Covington

A prominent local resident living in Gibson's Hill, he donated £3,000 towards the establishment of the Rookery in Streatham. He was also involved in saving Norwood Grove for the public. Stenton Th...

Person, Benefactor, Commerce, Gardens / Agriculture, Liveries & Guilds

2 memorials