Person    | Female  Born 18/11/1924  Died 20/6/2004

Valerie Carter

Categories: Community / Clubs, History

Valerie Carter

Moved to Forty Hill in 1959. President of the Enfield Preservation Society, 1997 - her death. With a background in journalism and publishing she wrote/edited/assisted with a number of Enfield publications including: "Enfield's Architectural Heritage" and the Society's publication "Treasures of Enfield".

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Valerie Carter

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Valerie Carter - garden

This garden is dedicated to the memory of Valerie Carter, 18.11.1924 - 20.6.2...

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Valerie Carter - River Walk

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Hoxton Hall

Hoxton Hall

Built 1863 as Mortimer's Music hall. 1866 MacDonald took it over but in 1871 following complaints it lost its performance licence.  Bought in 1879 by rich Quaker philanthropist William Isaac Palmer...

Building, Community / Clubs, Music / songs, Religion, Theatre

1 memorial
Gustavus Loehr

Gustavus Loehr

Mining engineer and co-founder of Rotary International. Born in Carlinville, Illinois. He moved to Chicago, where he met Paul Harris, Silvester Schiele and Hiram Shorey, and on the 23rd February 19...

Person, Community / Clubs, Engineering, USA

1 memorial
David Ivan O'Hara

David Ivan O'Hara

In his last years dedicated himself to the projects of the community of the Pepys Estate where he lived. Andrew Behan has researched this man: Death registration records provide the birth and deat...

Person, Community / Clubs, Ireland

2 memorials
Staple Inn

Staple Inn

The last surviving Inn of Chancery. Attached to Gray's Inn. Things changed over time but, basically, Inns of Court were places where barristers lodged and worked, while Inns of Chancery were plac...

Building, Community / Clubs, Law

1 memorial