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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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Alfred Hutchinson

Alfred Hutchinson

Lived at 62 Highbury Park and died on either 14 or 16th (sources differ).  A Highbury Community Association newsletter of 2011 reports on a contemporary search for funds to repair the clock. Seems ...

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial
Susie Burrows

Susie Burrows

One-time (including June 2020) chair of Newington Green Action Group, which worked with Mary on the Green, the campaign to erect a statue commemorating Mary Wollstonecraft on Newington Green. In 20...

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial
Sir John Crosse

Sir John Crosse

He succeeded to his father's baronetcy in 1738. MP. Birth date approximate. Died Millbank.

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial