Latest 20 plaques

Graham Sutherland 1903 1980 Artist lived here.

Sea Lane , Rustington, United Kingdom

Gemeenlandshuis van Delfland Dit laatgotische woonhuis is het oudste stenen woonhuis in Delft. Het is gebouwd in 1505 in opdracht van Jan de Huyter, baljuw en dijkgraaf. De wapenschilden boven de ingang dateren uit 1652 en zijn ontwapen door de architect en schilder Pieter Post. Sinds 1645 is het Hoogheemraadschap van Delfland in dit gebouw gevestigd. Waterschappen behoren tot de oudste overheidsinstanties van Nederland. Ze zijn verantwoordelijk voor bescherming tegen overstromingen, voor schoon water, voldoende water en het zuiveren van afvalwater. Post graag afgeven bij de receptie, Phoenixstraat 32. This late Gothic house is the oldest stone-built house in Deb. It was commissioned to be built by the bailiff and dike reeve, Jan de Huyter, in 1505. The coatr of arms above the entrance date back to 2652 and were designed by Pieter Post, a Dutch Golden Age architect and painter. The .Ifland Water Authority has been based in this building since 1645. The Water Authorities are the oldest government institutions in the Netherlands. They are responsible for flood protection, good water quality, surface water level management and sewage treatment. Hoogheemraadschap van Delfland

English translation: Delfland Municipal House This late Gothic house is the oldest stone house in Delft. It was built in 1505 commissioned by Jan de Huyter, bailiff and dyke grave. The coats of arms upstairs the entrance dates back to 1652 and were disarmed by the architect and painter Pieter Mail. Since 1645, the Delfland Water Council has been located in this building. Water boards are among the oldest government agencies in the Netherlands. They are responsible for flood protection, for clean water, sufficient water and the purification of wastewater. Please drop off mail at reception, Phoenixstraat 32. This late Gothic house is the oldest stone-built house in Deb. It was commissioned to be built by the bailiff and dike reeve, Jan de Huyter, in 1505. the entrance date back to 2652 and were designed by Pieter Post, a Dutch Golden Age architect and painter. The .Ifland Water Authority has been based in this building since 1645. The Water Authorities are the oldest government institutions in the Netherlands. They are responsible for flood protection, good water quality, surface water level management and sewage treatment. Delfland Water Council [AWS Translate]

Oude Delft 167, Delft, Netherlands

F' din id-dar għex Ġużeppi Zammit Attivist Ċiviku 1926 - 1980

English translation: In this house he lived Joseph Zammit Civic Activist 1926 - 1980 [AWS Translate]

, Xgħajra, Malta

On this site from 1769 to 1963 stood The Coal Exchange, the market place for the trading of all coal and related products. This plaque was unveiled on 6th July 2020 by HRH The Earl of Wessex KG GCVO Master of the Worshipful Company of Fuellers, with funds donated by The Coal Meters Committee

100 Lower Thames Street, London, United Kingdom

Subjects

Near here stood the first three Plaisterers' Halls 1556 to 1940

1 Aldermanbury Square, London, United Kingdom

Subjects

11653 gnr. p. farrugia 2 haa.rgt.r.m.a.6bty. age 22 years r.i.p. 1953

, Marsaxlokk, Malta

Zum Gedenken der Gefallenen u. Toten des V.f.R. Siegen

English translation: To commemorate the fallen and dead of the V.f.R. Siegen [AWS Translate]

An der Allee 2, Siegen, Germany

George Edmund Street 1824 - 1881 Architect lived here.

14, Cavendish Place, London, United Kingdom

The former Hanwell Asylum where Dr John Conolly 1794–1866 promoted the humane treatment of mental illness from 1839

St Bernard’s Hospital C Block, Denman Avenue, Uxbridge Road, Southall, London, United Kingdom

Subjects

Wolverhampton and staffordshire technical college. this stone was layed 7 october 1931 by hrh prince george

University of Wolverhampton Wulfruna Street, Wolverhampton WV1 1SE, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

C & W Walker Ltd, Midland Ironworks, Donnington, Shropshire, Contractors. A H Cranmer M.Inst.Ga E. Chief Engineer. 1931 Gas Works Stafford Road Wolverhampton filled the air balloon which set the World Altitude Record set by a coal-gas filled air balloon in 1857. *1862-09-05: about 11,000 m (36,000 ft); Henry Coxwell and James Glaisher in a balloon filled with coal gas.[2][3] Glaisher lost consciousness during the ascent due to the low air pressure and cold temperature of −11 °C (12 °F) (*Wikipedia)

Tettenhall Transport Heritage Centre 280 Henwood Road, Wolverhampton WV6 8NZ, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

Giuseppe agius muscat tabib u politiku 1893 - 1951

English translation: Giuseppe agius muscat physician and politician 1893 - 1951 [AWS Translate]

Triq is-Santwarju, Ħaż-Żabbar, Malta

Inawgurat illum 29 ta' ġunju, 2002 mis-sindku pawlu farrugia miraħ ir-raħeb

English translation: Inaugurated today 29 June, 2002 by the mayor paul farrugia grape [AWS Translate]

, Ħal Tarxien, Malta

Segusinorum gentes / Summis salutis beneficiis libertatisque devinctae / Suorum in hostem memores virtutis / Certa futuraque coelorum tutela confisae / Hoc amoris et pietatis pignus / Sacratissimo cordi Jesu / Gratissimo animo / Solverunt

English translation: Segusinorum Gentes//Summis Salutis Beneficiis Libertatisque Devinctae//Suorum in Hostem Memores Virtutis//Certa Futuraque Coelorum Confisae Protection//Hoc Amoris et Pietatis Pigus/ Free Soul/Solverunt [AWS Translate]

, Meana di Susa, Italy

Lane Public Library Clark Lane built this library in 1966 and donated it to the people of Hamilton two years later. The 1913 Great Miami River flood catastrophe damaged much of the building and many of its books and records. The refurbished library reopened in 1914 and was dedicated as the "Lane Public Library." A fire five years later did considerable damage but library leaders responded in the years following by enlarging the building, establishing community outreach locations and, in 1938, offered a bookmobile service to rural areas. After World War II, the library expanded into a system that, as of 2015, served over 187,000 people in western Butler County with libraries in Hamilton, Fairfield, and Oxford, the Smith Library of Regional History, the bookmobile, and a community technology center. Clark Lane Clark Lane (1823-1907), industrialist and philanthropist, was a son of John Lane (1793-1880) and Rosanah Crum (1795-1877). John came with his family to the Ohio Country when it was still part of the Northwest Territory. As a young man, Clark worked in his family's blacksmith shop, and eventually helped found Owens, Lane & Dyer Machine Company in 1854. It built agricultural machinery, sawmills, papermaking machines, and other products, initiating Hamilton's prominence in metals manufacturing. Lane funded the Butler County Children's Home, an orphanage for over a century, and constructed an octagon house as his residence on Third Street. He built this library in 1866, also an octagon, and donated it to the people of Hamilton. A 19th century admirer wrote, "The name and generous deeds of Clark Lane will never fade from the memories of a grateful people who have been recipients of his favor."

300 North 3rd Street, Hamilton, OH, United States

Lane-Hooven House James Elrick, a local carpenter, built the Lane-Hooven House in 1863 for Clark Lane (1824-1907), a Hamilton industrialist and philanthropist. Lane, who first came to the area at age twenty-one as a blacksmith, resided in the house for more than eleven years. In 1866, Lane built the library, originally an octagon, across the street. In 1868, he conveyed the library to the city. The C. Earl Hooven family resided in the house from 1895 to 1942. In 1943, Bertrand Kahn purchased the residence and presented it to the community for civic and charitable uses. It was donated as a memorial to his father, Lazard Kahn, a Hamilton industrialist and civic leader. The Lane-Hooven House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. [full inscription unknown]

319 North 3rd Street, Oxford, OH, United States

The Victoria Hotel Formally a coaching inn known as Rainhill Tavern. It was renamed when Queen Victoria arrived by train in Rainhill en route to Croxteth Hall in 1851. The building has seen meetings, auctions and the inquest into the deaths of Deeming’s murder victims.

507 Warrington Rd, Rainhill, United Kingdom

Subjects

The soul meaning of life is to serve humanity in memory of dennis krebs dedicated teacher and friend for 31 years at macarthur

700 N Schoenbeck Rd, Prospect Heights, United States

Lazdan House Est 1972-2021 This was the yard of Lazdan Builders Merchants LTD. Buyers and sellers of reclaimed building materials.

218 Bow Common Lane, Bow, London, United Kingdom

Charles Pelham Villiers (1802–1898) Statue of Rt.Hon. Charles Pelham Villiers. 1878. Statue By W.Theed Inscription: CHARLES PELHAM/ VILLIERS P.C.,M.P. BORN 3RD JANUARY 1802, DIED 16TH JANUARY 1898. AGED 96 YEARS. THIS STATUE WAS ERECTED BY PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION IN RECOGNITION OF THE EMINENT SERVICES RENDERED BY MR VILLIERS TO HIS COUNTRY ESPECIALLY IN CONNECTION WITH THE REPEAL OF THE CORN LAWS. HE REPRESENTED THE PARLIAMENTARY BOROUGH OF WOLVERHAMPTON IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS FROM 1805 UNTIL THE DIVISION OF THE BOROUGH IN 1885 WHEN HE WAS RETURNED FOR THE SOUTH DIVISION WHICH HE REPRESENTED UNTIL HIS DEATH Inscription to The statue was moved from its original position in Snow Hill in 1931 to current location West Park : Park Road West, Wolverhampton WV1 4PS Statue By W.Theed

West Park Park Road West, Wolverhampton WV1 4PS, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom