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William Pitman

William Pitman

Co-churchwarden at Christ Church, Newgate Street in 1882.

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John Burns

John Burns

Labour leader and politician. Born John Elliott Burns in Vauxhall. in 1889 he played a major part in the London dock strike. Entered parliament in 1892. Appointed president of the Board of Trade in...

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Charlie Sumner

Charlie Sumner

Poplar councillor imprisoned during the 1921 rates protest. Given on the mural as ‘Edwin Summer’.

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Sir Edward Grey

Sir Edward Grey

Viscount Grey of Falloden. Born London. Foreign Secretary. Died Northumberland at his country seat. He figures in one of the pivotal moments in the campaign for the vote for women. in 1905 Christa...

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Mr W. J. Lobjoit

Mr W. J. Lobjoit

Trustee of the Putney Pest House Charity, 1862.

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William Pitt (the Younger)

William Pitt (the Younger)

Born Hayes, Kent. Son of William Pitt the Elder. Tory. Entered parliament in 1781, became Chancellor of the Exchequer and then, aged 24, Prime Minister: 1783-1801 and again: 1804-6. Reputed to dri...

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