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William Smith

William Smith

Warden, presumably of a church. 

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William Smith

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Wall - 1817

This wall was erected and the piles fixed Anno Domini 1817. William Smith - W...

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Richard Cobden

Richard Cobden

Political economist and Liberal MP. Born near Midhurst, Sussex, into a large and very poor family. One of the Commissioners for the Great Exhibition. Spoke repeatedly to Parliament against war with...

Person, Industry, Politics & Administration, France

5 memorials
Chris Moyes

Chris Moyes

Born Shropshire.  As a student worked as a bus conductor then joined a bus company and worked his way up until he was Chief Executive of the Go Ahead bus company. Appointed OBE for services to tran...

Person, Politics & Administration, Transport

1 memorial
African National Congress

African National Congress

London headquarters of the African National Congress, 1978 - 1994 were at 28 Penton Street.

Group, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, Africa

1 memorial
Camden Council

Camden Council

The Town Hall in Euston Road once housed these interesting murals by Cecil Osborne.

Group, Politics & Administration

23 memorials
Frederick Horniman

Frederick Horniman

Tea merchant, benefactor and politician. Born Frederick John Horniman at Bridgwater, Somerset. He inherited his father's tea business, which by 1891 was described as the biggest tea firm in the wor...

Person, Benefactor, Commerce, Museums / Libraries, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, Ceylon, India

3 memorials