Subjects of historical plaques - C

Josep Puig I Cadafalch
(1867-1956) architect
Emma Caird
Karen Campbell
Stuart Campbell
Lewis Capaldi
(1996-present) singer-songwriter
Walter Carpenter
(1871-1926) socialist
Angela Carter
(1940-1992) writer
Josep Pla i Casadevall
(1897-1981) writer
Casa Ramon Casas
(1898-present) building
Joan Badia I Casañas
(1899-1923) writer
Castle Hotel, Bishop's Castle
(1719) public house
The Unicorn, Bishops Castle
(1791-1839) public house
Bell Alehouse, Bishops Castle
(1796-present) public house
Robin Cavendish MBE
(1930-1994) pioneer of the first wheelchair respirator
Central Higher Grade School, Leeds
(1889-present) school
Sir Ernst Chain FRS
(1906-1979) Fellow of the Royal Society
James Hadley Chase
(1906-1985) author
Ivan Danilovich Chernyakhovsky
(1906-1945) Soviet Army General
Giorgio De Chirico
(1888-1978)
Harry Sutton Chorley
(1869-1939) architect
Parish Workhouse, Christchurch
workhouse
Christchurch, Greyfriars
(d.1940) church
Friars Street Congregational Church
(1710-1965) church
Peadar Clancy
(1888-1920) member of the Irish Republican Army
Joseph Cliff
brickworks owner
Cliff Tannery and Leather Works
(1866-present) tannery
Lila Clunas
Co-operative School, Ealing
(1834-1859) school
Casa Codina
(1898-present) building
Eliezer Cogan
(1762-1855) Divine
Cogan’s Academy
(1800-1828) school
Keston College
human rights campaigner
Richard Combe
Josep M. Recasens i Comes
(1918-2013) historian
Troy Comins
(d.2000)
Birmingham Canal Company
(1768-present) canal company
John Compton
(1876-1957) organ builder
Charles Coole
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Antoní Gaudí i Cornet
(1852-1926) architect
Norman Stansfield Cornish
(1919-2014) artist
Milein Cosman
(1921-2017) illustrator
William Cotton
(1819-1887) inventor of Cotton’s Patent knitting machine
Coulsdon railway station
(1889-present) railway station
Charlotte Cradock
inspiration for Sophia Western in Tom Jones
Chapel on the Hill, Cranbrook
(1710-present) chapel
Dr Archibald Joseph Cronin
(1896-1981) general practitioner
Cross Keys, Axminster
(d.1759) coaching inn
Cross Keys, Thirsk
inn
William Crosskill
the father of the mechanised farming in East Yorkshire
The Crown, Berkhamsted
public house