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Lt. Col. Barnard W. Vann VC MC & BAR Croix de Guerre 1887-1918 was born here

46 High St. South, Rushden, United Kingdom

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On this site (Franklin's Field) Charles Thurston first held his fair during the feast week of 1904

Washbrook Road, Rushden, United Kingdom

In this building John Radburne traded as a draper and lace dealer c. 1850

12 High Street, Rushden, United Kingdom

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Adjacent to this site stood the premises of the Lightstrung Co. Ltd, formerly bicycle makers 1891-1970

Church Street, Rushden, United Kingdom

On this site Rushden Industrial Co-operative Society opened its first shop in 1878

19 High St, Rushden, United Kingdom

On this the site of John Cave's shoe factory the Great Fire of Rushden began 19th July 1901

High Street, Rushden, United Kingdom

In this house lived Reg Norman (R. W. N.) author, poet and creator of the "Evening Telegraph" character "Air Ada"

17 Moor Road, Rushden, United Kingdom

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Alice Unwin Muxlow

103 Newton Road, Rushden, United Kingdom

In memory of Cecilia Janet Chase 7yrs, Margaret Joyce Dodd 7yrs, Denis James Felce 7yrs, Muriel Ethel Moye 7yrs, Roy Odell 8yrs, Lorna Mavis Pain 8yrs, Donald Edward Scrivens 8yrs who died as a result of the bombing of Alfred Street School on 3rd October 1940

Alfred School, Rushden, United Kingdom

John 'Jack' Harrison 1888-1970 British Middleweight Boxing Champion & holder of the Lonsdale Belt 1912 lived at 12 West Street

12 West Street, Rushden, United Kingdom

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Harriett Elmer, 53, and her 15-year-old daughter Betty, Charles Smith, 70, and Emma Furness, 79

25 Roberts Street, Rushden, United Kingdom