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Sir R. Ford

Sir R. Ford

Many references to him in Pepys' Diary.

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Sir R. Ford

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Pepys - Stew Lane

This page of Pepys' Diary is given at The Diary of Samuel Pepys with lots of ...

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George Baxter

George Baxter

Artist and craftsman. Born Lewes. 1825 moved to London and married his cousin Mary Harrild. He invented a commercially viable colour printing process, producing prints of religious and topical subj...

Person, Art, Commerce, Craft / Design, Tragedy

3 memorials
Sir Thomas Bloodworth

Sir Thomas Bloodworth

As Lord Mayor of London 1665-6 he was sorely tested and found wanting.  As the fire advanced he alone had the authority to create fire-breaks by demolishing buildings but he refused to make such an...

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration, Race Issues

1 memorial
Henry Poole

Henry Poole

Architectural sculptor. Born Westminster. Son of architectural sculptor Samuel Poole and brother of painter Samuel Jr. He studied with G. F. Watts and was a Studio assistant on Physical Energy. Pro...

Person, Sculpture

2 memorials
Ernest Beatie

Ernest Beatie

First Lieutenant Ernest David Beatie was born on 17 June 1914 in Albany, Dougherty County, Georgia, USA, the second of the four children of David Leftwich Beatie (1878-1945) and Catherine Pauline B...

Person, Armed Forces, War Memorial WW2, USA

1 memorial