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University College London (UCL)

Categories: Education

The first English university established since Oxford and Cambridge and the first not to discriminate on race, class or religion, and the first to accept women on equal terms. Jeremy Bentham was not its founder but was its spiritual father.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
University College London (UCL)

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Brown Dog statue

See our page for the original statue for a description of the Brown Dog affai...

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Brown Dog statue - original - lost

The structure is a reasonably standard late Victorian drinking fountain, in g...

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Sarah Parker Remond

Sarah Parker Remond, 1826 - 1894, African American abolitionist, lecturer, su...

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Zachary Macaulay - WC1

Zachary Macaulay FRS, 1768 - 1838, anti-slavery activist, statistician, one o...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
University College London (UCL)

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Bentham in Queen Anne's Gate

Jeremy Bentham, philosopher and reformer, 1748 - 1832, lived in a house on th...

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Gregory Foster

By resolution of the University College Committee of the Sixth of June 1933 t...

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UCL quad - creation

This quadrangle of University College London, of which the first stone was la...

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UCL - WW1

This inscription is placed here to perpetuate the memory of the members of th...

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Other Subjects

Southwark College

Southwark College

A former further education college, with sites in Waterloo, Bermondsey and Camberwell. It merged with Lewisham College.

Building, Education

1 memorial
The John Roan Foundation

The John Roan Foundation

Charity. John Roan who died in 1644, was Yeoman of Harriers to King Charles I. He bequeathed his estate to educate the town-born children of Greenwich. It owns several properties in Greenwich, the ...

Group, Community / Clubs, Education

1 memorial
Thomas Braidwood

Thomas Braidwood

Established an early school for the deaf.  Born Scotland. Set up as a teacher in Edinburgh and then, following his successful tuition of a deaf boy, in 1760 he specialised in teaching deaf children...

Person, Education, Scotland

1 memorial
Braidwood Academy for the Deaf and Dumb

Braidwood Academy for the Deaf and Dumb

First school in England for the education of the deaf.  Established  by Thomas Braidwood.  On old maps one can see a large house just a little to the north of the plaque location but we can find n...

Building, Education

1 memorial
Old Palace of John Whitgift School

Old Palace of John Whitgift School

A nursery, preparatory and senior school, founded by the Sisters of the Church. In 1945 it became a Direct Grant Grammar School, and in 1975 a fully independent day school for girls. It joined the ...

Building, Education

1 memorial