Subjects of historical plaques - P

Antonio Pacinotti
(1841-1912) physicist
Pailin
baker
The People's Palace
(1896-present) cinema
Pan Audio
(d.1974) recording studio
Piazetta di San Pancrazio
square
Park Square, Leeds
(1788-present) street
Sir Rt Hon. Viscount Lord Earl Thomas Parker PC FRS SL
(1666-1732) barrister
Lucinda Eaton Parker
(1820-1847)
Dickinson Parker
(1812-1844) battle veteran
Allen H. Parmer
(1848-1927)
Rev Parsons
Reverend
Francis Daniel Pastorius
(1651-1720)
Thomas Patten
(1690-1772) businessman
Thomas Patten
Robert Patterson
(1743-1824) Professor of Mathematics
John Paul
(d.1917) casualty of WW1 Gotha Raid
The Pavilion, Torquay
(1912-present) pavilion
Liam Payne
(1993-present) band member
Stephen Hetley Pearson
Sir Louis Frederick Pearson CBE
(1863-1943) Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
Nicholas Peck
John Penn
(1729-1795) colonial Governor
William Perkin
(d.1874) architect
Henry Perkin
architect
William Henry Perkin, Jr.
(1860-1929)
Permanent House
(1930-present) office
Pablo Picasso
(1881-1973) playwright
The Picture House, Doncaster
cinema
Palace Pictures
film production company
Piece Hall, Bradford
(1773-present) hall
18 Park Place
(1788-present) house
plaque
plaque
Palazzo del Podesta
(1340-present) palace
T. A. Polk
Arthur Pollard
(1864-1952) lace manufacturer
Oliver Pollock
(1737-1832) creator of the US Dollar symbol
The Poplars
house
William Porden
(1755-1822) architect
Portone di S. Vincenzo
(1159-present) gate
Portsmouth Football Club
(1898-present) association football club
Post Office, Barnard Castle
post office
Simon Potyn
publican
Poultry Market, Aberdeen
(1809-present) market
Cozy Powell
(1947-1998) drummer
Mary Poyntz
Pratteshide
ferry
Gwilym Prichard
(1931-2015) artist
Walter Erskine Prior
Provand's Lordship
(1471-present) house
Robert Purvis
(1810-1898) agent for the Underground Railroad