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Sheriff Pauline Halliday

Pauline Ann Halliday OBE, Sheriff (1999-2000), the first female non-aldermanic Sheriff of the city of London.

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Sheriff Pauline Halliday

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Fruiterers' Hall & Alley

{To the left of the Fruiterers Company crest:} On 19th January 2000 the Rt Ho...

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General Haynau, Baron Julius Jacob von Haynau

General Haynau, Baron Julius Jacob von Haynau

Born Kassel, now in Germany.  Aged 15 joined the Austrian army, served in the Napoleonic wars and rose rapidly. His suppression of revolutionaries in Italy and Hungary including flogging women and ...

Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration, Austria

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Geoffrey Rowley Bostock

Geoffrey Rowley Bostock

Born Stafford.  A chartered accountant, in 1916 we find him appointed to wind up a number of companies who were prosecuted under the Trading with the Enemy Amendment Act, 1916.  Churchwarden of St ...

Person, Politics & Administration

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Alderman C. Fursse

Alderman C. Fursse

Housing Committee Parmiter Street, 1926. Alderman and member of Housing Committee, Parmiter Street, 1926.

Person, Politics & Administration

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Joseph Newbon

Joseph Newbon

Founded the United Wards Club and fought to have the Bell Inn plaque erected. Born Blackheath. Died Putney. The picture source website provides much information about Newbon.

Person, Politics & Administration

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Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (d.1915)

Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (d.1915)

Politician. Born Essex. Grandson of the first baronet.  Governor of South Australia. Died in a cottage at Cromer, rather than in his nearby family seat, Colne House, because at the time, WW1, that ...

Person, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, Social Welfare, Australia

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