Subjects of historical plaques - P

Michael Palin CBE FRGS
(1943-present) Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
Lou Palmer
Dame Christabel Pankhurst DBE
(1880-1958) founder of the Suffragette Movement
Parish Church of St Stephen Coleman Street, London
(1452-1940) church
Isaac Newton Parker
J. M. Parks
Emma Patton
Elfriede Paul
Holocaust victim
Sir Joseph Paxton
(1803-1865) head gardener at Chatsworth
William Peachy
Charles Pearson
(d.1911) London Fire Brigade District Officer
Henry John Pearson
Pee Wee Saloon
James Peek
(1800-1879) founder
John Peel OBE
(1939-2004) music broadcaster
Sir Robert Peel 2nd Baronet
(1788-1850) Baronet Peel of Drayton Manor
Peel Baths
public baths
Captain William Perry
(1813-1869) husband
Lady Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence
(1867-1954) writer
Rt Hon. Lord Frederick Pethick-Lawrence PC
(1871-1961) Privy Counsellor
Vice-Admiral Arthur Philip
(1738-1814) Vice-Admiral
John Philpot
(1516-1555) archdeacon of Winchester
Emily Phipps
(1865-1943) head teacher
Käthe Pich
Holocaust victim
Francis Wilkinson Pickens
Sir Alastair Pilkington
(1902-1995) Knight Bachelor
Place du Pilori
Eric Pinkett OBE
(1911-1979) Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
Henry Pinniger
Margarete Pinthus
Holocaust victim
Pioneer Health Centre
(1926-present) Health Centre
The Plough, Cheltenham
coaching inn
Captain George Pollard
(1791-1870) sea captain
Portsmouth Field Gun
(1947-1999) Field gun competition
Post Office, Shifnal
post office
Pound, Limpsfield
animal pound
Praetorian Gate
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
(1848-present) brotherhood
Precision Film Studio
(1910-1915) film studio
Prince of Wales Hotel, Eaglehawk, Victoria
(1859-present) public house
Priory Church, Christchurch
(1095-present) church
Francesco Procopio dei Coltelli
(1651-1727) chef
Anna Pröll
Public Library, Scarborough
Puritan Tannery
Purley railway station
(1841-present) railway station
Sarah Purser
(1848-1943) artist
Laura Purvis
Toni Putter
Holocaust victim