6 Dorset farm labourers, transported to Australia for joining a trade union. Following mass protests against their treatment the government was forced to give pardons and eventually after 2 years, all returned home. Five of them continued their campaign and supported the Chartists.
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Tolpuddle Martyrs at Copenhagen Fields
Copenhagen Fields From this site on 21st April 1834 thousands marched in sup...
Tolpuddle Martyrs mural
A modern information board informs that the mural was painted by Dave Bangs i...
Margaret Ethel MacDonald
Feminist and social reformer. Daughter of John & Margaret Gladstone. Born 17 Pembridge Square, her mother dying soon after. Brought up to do good works, she became a socialist, joined the Labou...
Person, Gender Issues, Politics & Administration, Social Welfare
Robert, Lord Clive, Clive of India
Soldier and administrator. Born Shropshire. With the East India Company he effectively founded the British Empire. Spent much of his adult life in India, making his fortune there and becoming Gover...
Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, Bengal, India
Co-church warden of St Botolph Without Aldersgate in 1868.
A. W. Maycock
Councillor in the Borough of Hammersmith in 1948.
John Boothman Stuttard, Lord Mayor
Lord Mayor in 2006.