Person    | Male  Born 24/6/1532  Died 4/9/1588

Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester

Favourite of Queen Elizabeth I. Died near Oxford, on his way to Buxton to take the baths.

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Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester

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Alienation Office

"Act 5 and 6 Will. IV.Cap.82" refers to a legal instrument created during the...

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M. J. Curley

M. J. Curley

Councillor and Chairman of the Wembley History Society in 1953.

Person, Politics & Administration

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Kotoku Shusui

Kotoku Shusui

Born as Denjiro Kotoku. Kotoku Shusui was his pen-name. Anarchist who translated anarchist writings into Japanese. Went to the USA in 1905-6. Executed for treason by the Japanese government.

Person, Politics & Administration, Japan, USA

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Ray Strachey

Ray Strachey

Feminist, Liberal politician, mathematician, engineer, artist and writer. NUWSS, unsuccessfully stood for Parliament. Born as Rachel Pearsall Conn Costelloe. 1911 she married civil servant Oliver ...

Person, Gender Issues, Politics & Administration

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Simon de Montfort's Parliament of 1265

Simon de Montfort's Parliament of 1265

Simon de Montfort, having seized power from King Henry III, called a Parliament with a wider representation catchment than the usual knights and barons; he summoned representatives of cities and bo...

Event, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Arthur H. Valentine

Arthur H. Valentine

Committee chairman in Bow in 1900. Our colleague Andrew Behan has researched this man: Initially (ha) we thought the middle initial on the plaque read 'R' but since that name lead nowhere Andrew ...

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial