International Christian movement. Named after Talbot House, using the army's signaling code for "T". Founded by Tubby Clayton.
Group From /12/1915
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Tubby Clayton & Toc H
English Heritage Reverend P. T. B. 'Tubby' Clayton, 1885 - 1972, founder of T...
Milly Apthorp Trust
Founded by Milly Apthorp and her son John, as a grant-giving benevolent fund. It donates to a variety of causes within the Barnet area of London.
Sir Robert Geffrye
Alderman, merchant and slave trader. From Cornwall, possibly Landrake. DOB uncertain. A member of the Ironmongers' Company and Lord Mayor, 1685-6. Married but produced no children and his wife pred...
Person, Lord Mayor, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration, Race Issues
Nonconformist minister. Born Whitechapel. Minister at Kingston, Bermondsey and then the Orange Street Chapel. 1807 co-founder of the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb in Old Kent Road, which he part...
Philanthropist who founded workshops for disabled girls. Moved by the plight of destitute disabled women on the streets of London, John Groom founded a mission to help them. The women supported th...
Jesus Hospital Charity
Established by James Ravenscroft and his wife Mary to look after six lady residents, 'Sisters', living in Ravenscroft Cottages in Wood Street, Barnet. Over time more almshouses were added, and the...