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Author Lived here. Born | Died 1766 | 1848
The Women of World War II [South Panel:] This memorial was raised to commemorate the vital work done by over 7 million women during World War II Funded by the charity Memorial to Women of World War II and supported by National Heritage Memo…
Statesman Lived here
Air Chief Marshal Sir Keith Park commanded Number 11 Group Fighter Command which defended London and South East England successfully during the Battle of Britain Responsible for the hour by hour decisions of 11 Group New Zealander Keith Park ep…
Scientist Founder of the Smithsonian Institution lived here
Musical Composer Lived and died here
Novelist Lived in Tavistock House near this site 1851 - 1860
History The Parish and Municipal Church of St. Pancras is dedicated to the Roman Boy Pancratius who was martyred by the Emperor Diocletian in the Year 304. The old Church in Pancras Road is the oldest Building in the Borough dating in parts …
This College is an Independent Day School for girls aged 11-18 and was the first academic institution for girls providing qualifications and access to education
In the rear is The White Conduit (circa 1300.A.D) Originally part of the water supply to the Greyfriars Monastery Newgate Street
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