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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Emily Yeates

Emily Yeates

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Alfred Bestall

Alfred Bestall

Author and illustrator. Born Alfred Edmeades Bestall in Mandalay, Burma. He served in the army during WW1, transporting troops in red double-decker buses. Following his studies at the L.C.C. Centra...

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Infants Hospital

Infants Hospital

From the always useful Lost Hospitals of London: "The St Francis Hospital for Infants was founded in a small house in Hampstead {6 Denning Road} in 1903 by Helen Levis, {first} wife of the industri...

Group, Children, Medicine

1 memorial
Hamleys of London

Hamleys of London

Established by William Hamley as 'Noah's Ark' at 231 High Holborn. Branch at 200 Regent Street opened in 1881. The original shop was destroyed by fire in 1901 and moved down the road to 86-87 High ...

Group, Children, Commerce

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