Person    | Male  Born 31/8/1858  Died 31/7/1932

Sir Alan Johnstone

Diplomat. Attended Eton, 1871-7. See his brother Francis for family information. Married an American heiress Antoinette Pinchot.

His job took him to Denmark, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Luxembourg. Uncle to Dennis Wheatley's second wife, the author put Johnstone, as "a courtly diplomat of the old school", into his novel 'The Second Seal' (1950).

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Sir Alan Johnstone

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Gilbert Johnstone Boat-House

This Boat House was given to the Club by Gilbert Johnstone, the youngest of 9...

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Dr Burnhart Gloss

Dr Burnhart Gloss

From Walking Through London's History: "... included Dr Burnhart Gloss, originally from Australia, and now a resident working as a professional clown."

Person, Children, Humour, Theatre, Australia

1 memorial
Tonbridge Club

Tonbridge Club

From Tony Jauncey: "Tonbridge club in Judd Street was founded after WW2 by a local vicar for the boys of King's Cross and surrounding area, to get them off the street and channel their energy into ...

Group, Children, Community / Clubs, Sport / Games

1 memorial
Crystal Hale

Crystal Hale

Campaigner and community activist. Daughter of Sir Alan Herbert, she lived in Islington for almost 50 years. In the 1960s her house overlooked the City Road Basin and she led the campaign to save i...

Person, Children, Sport / Games

2 memorials
Christ Church Charity School, Spitalfields

Christ Church Charity School, Spitalfields

From British History online (mainly): In 1708 a charity school started in Spitalfields, the boys somewhere in Brick Lane, the girls somewhere in what is now Princelet Street. In 1782-3 a new school...

Building, Children, Education

3 memorials