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Toc H

Categories: Philanthropy, Religion

International Christian movement. Named after Talbot House, using the army's signaling code for "T". Founded by Tubby Clayton.

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Toc H

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Tubby Clayton & Toc H

English Heritage Reverend P. T. B. 'Tubby' Clayton, 1885 - 1972, founder of T...

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Alannah Weston

Alannah Weston

Alannah Elizabeth Weston was born in January 1972 in Dublin, Ireland the daughter of Galen and Hilary Weston. Her Wikipedia page gives details of her life.

Person, Commerce, Friend / family, Philanthropy, Canada

1 memorial
Lord Ashcroft, Michael Anthony

Lord Ashcroft, Michael Anthony

Entrepreneur, philanthropist, Conservative politician, occasional tax-payer.

Person, History, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Emery Hill

Emery Hill

Brewer and benefactor in the parish of St Margaret Westminster. In 1708 founded 12 almshouses and a school in Rochester Row on land leased from Westminster Abbey. The almshouses were consolidated w...

Person, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Mr Fegan's Homes

Mr Fegan's Homes

James Fegan set up his first children's home in Deptford, South London in 1870. Others were opened in Greenwich, Southwark, Goudhurst and one in Westminster, known as the Red Lamp, which maybe was ...

Group, Children, Philanthropy, Canada

1 memorial