Person    | Male  Born 1553  Died 30/7/1614

Sir Walter Cope

Sir Walter Cope

Courtier of King James I. Probably born in Oxfordshire. Had Holland House built and died there.

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Sir Walter Cope

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Holland House - blue

Holland House was built in 1605 for Sir Walter Cope, a courtier of King James...

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Sir Walter Raleigh

Sir Walter Raleigh

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Sir Benjamin Hawes

Sir Benjamin Hawes

From British History Online: Master of the Haberdashers Company 1833-4 and leading force in the rebuilding of Aske’s Hospital 1826. We have found some links between this politician and the Haberda...

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1 memorial
Stratford Co-operative and Industrial Society Ltd

Stratford Co-operative and Industrial Society Ltd

The picture shows the first premises of this organisation, before they moved in, at the corner of Falmouth Street and Maryland Street in Stratford.  Started by a group of men at Stratford Railway W...

Group, Politics & Administration, Social Welfare

1 memorial
John Nicoll

John Nicoll

Treasurer associated with St Bartholomew's Hospital in 1702.

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1 memorial
N. Chamberlain

N. Chamberlain

Councillor in the Borough of Hammersmith in 1948.

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1 memorial