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The first number of the Sunday Times was edited at 4 Salisbury Court by Henry...

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Angus McGill

Angus McGill

Initiated the Evening Standard's appeal to replace London's lost trees. For 42 years McGill was a columnist with the Evening Standard and was co-creator, with the illustrator Dominic Poelsma, of th...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial
J. Wisden & Co

J. Wisden & Co

Wisden's Almanack, the 'Bible of Cricket' was first published by John Wisden.  It appears annually and contains a vast amount of information about English and overseas cricket, including scores of ...

Media, Journalism / Publishing, Sport / Games

1 memorial
William Pitt Byrne

William Pitt Byrne

His father, Nicholas Byrne, founder of the 'Morning Post', was murdered in his office in 1833. His mother (Charlotte Dacre, author of Gothic novels) named him in honour of William Pitt who died the...

Person, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial
Richardson Evans

Richardson Evans

Civil servant, journalist and author. He served in the Indian Civil Service, for North-Western Provinces from 1867 to 1876, after which he worked in London as a journalist. From the 1880s onwards, ...

Person, Community / Clubs, Journalism / Publishing, Belgium, India

1 memorial
William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount

William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount

Born New York City into an extremely wealthy family.  Lived in Rome in his mid-thirties where he developed a life-long taste for the arts.  On his father’s death in 1890 he built the luxury Waldorf...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Philanthropy, Property, Italy, USA

1 memorial