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The Accenture Foundation

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The Accenture Foundation

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
The Accenture Foundation

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September 11 Memorial Garden

From a nearby information board: "Each column of the pergola is formed from ...

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J. Mackerell

J. Mackerell

Gave land in commemoration of Nelson in 1905.  Great nephew of Isaac Smith through whom, it seems likely, he may have  inherited the land of Merton Abbey but how and when he acquired Merton Place a...

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial
William Charles Niblett

William Charles Niblett

Born India. Called to the bar by the Inner Temple in 1882. Travelled extensively, settled in Singapore where he made his fortune in property. Returned to England in 1905. In 1915 he gave his Singap...

Person, Benefactor, Law, India, Singapore

1 memorial
Lady Margaret Butler-Charteris

Lady Margaret Butler-Charteris

Daughter of the Scots Richard Butler, 2nd Earl of Glengall (1794 – 1858) and wife, then widow, to the Irish Richard Charteris (1822 – 1874). She was the eldest daughter and heir to her father.  Th...

Person, Benefactor, Ireland, Scotland

1 memorial
friends and followers of Wilfred Lawson

friends and followers of Wilfred Lawson

Lawson's friends and followers erected the memorial to him in Embankment Gardens.

Group, Benefactor

1 memorial
John Christopher Bowles

John Christopher Bowles

This Metropolitan Benefit Societies asylum was founded by John Christopher Bowles in 1829 and successfully raised by his untiring efforts for the good of his brethren.

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial