Person    | Male  Born 4/1/1341  Died 5/6/1381

Wat Tyler

Leader of the Peasants' Revolt of 1381. Killed at Smithfield by the Mayor of London, William Walworth.

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Wat Tyler

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Savoy Hotel - AR-MR

SH On the 13th June 1381, the Palace of the Savoy was burned and destroyed b...

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St John's Gate

When we first spotted this plaque it was brass and quite brief. Sometime arou...

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The Great Rising / Peasants' Revolt

Matthew Bell realised that The Great Rising lacked a proper memorial and that...

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E. H. King, Mayor

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1 memorial
G. F. Danielli

G. F. Danielli

A Commissioner for the 1892 Westminster Public Baths and Wash-houses. Andrew Behan has kindly carried out some research on this man: George Frederick Danielli's birth was registered in the 4th qua...

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Col. Humphrey Mackworth

Col. Humphrey Mackworth

Appointed governor of Shrewsbury in 1645 and was a colonel in Cromwell's Parliamentary army. Died in London and was buried in Westminster Abbey. When Charles II was restored to the throne he order...

Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Embassy of the Czech Republic

Embassy of the Czech Republic

Located at 26 - 30 Kensington Palace Gardens, the building occupies the site of a mid-nineteenth century Italinate villa. Before 1993, when the Czech Republic came into existence, the building was ...

Building, Politics & Administration, Czechoslovakia

1 memorial
Thomas Sainsbury

Thomas Sainsbury

Lord Mayor. Grocer of Ludgate Hill, Bowyer, Alderman of Billingsgate and Governor of the Fellowship Porters in 1786. Came from Wiltshire. Died at Newcourt House, Devon. His tomb is at St Mary's, Ma...

Person, Commerce, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

1 memorial