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Thomas J. Russell

Thomas J. Russell

Co-churchwarden of St Marks, Dalston in 1898.

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Thomas J. Russell

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Cholmeley Boys Club

This stone was laid by Lt. Col. The Rt. Hon. Horatio D. Davies, MP, Lord Mayo...

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Henry Fitz Eylwin

Henry Fitz Eylwin

The first recorded Mayor of London: 1189 to 1212. Alternative spelling: Fitz-Ailwyn. His father was known as Eylwin de Londenstane (of London Stone).

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
Sir Francis Crossley

Sir Francis Crossley

Carpet manufacturer, politician and philanthropist. Born in Halifax, Yorkshire. He worked at his father's massive carpet factory before entering parliament in 1852. He erected twenty-one almshouses...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Earl Granville, George Leveson-Cower

Earl Granville, George Leveson-Cower

MP and colliery owner. One of the Commissioners for the Great Exhibition, 1951. Born Great Stanhope Street. Died 14 South Audley Street.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Poplar Rates Rebellion

Poplar Rates Rebellion

Tax protest led by George Lansbury supported by the councillors of Poplar Borough Council.  On behalf of Poplar, an extremely poor borough, they held back taxes and were taken to court for non-paym...

Event, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Councillor H. W. Littler

Councillor H. W. Littler

Member of the Electric Lighting and Tramways Committee, West Ham, 1905. This Annual Report of the Medical Officer of Health, West Ham, 1909 gives more of his name, referring to 'Alderman H. W. Lit...

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial