Subjects of historical plaques - C

Henry Cadbury
(1882-1952) newspaper proprietor
Julius Cahn
(1869-1942) Holocaust victim
John Caius
(1510-1573) scholar
Camden House
house
Bartolomeo Capasso
(1815-1900) historian
Sir Ald. Herbert Carden
(1867-1941) alderman
Carterton
(1894-present) town
Martyn P. Casey
(1960-present) band member
William Cattley
(1788-1835) botanist
Hugh Chamberlen
(1630-1720) pioneer obstetrician
Peter Chamberlen
(1601-1683) pioneer obstetrician
Dorothea Lambert Chambers
(1878-1960) lawn tennis champion
Philippe de Champaigne
(1602-1674) painter
Sir Francis Chantrey RA
(1781-1841) Royal Academician
Congregational Chapel Burial Ground, Romsey
(1804-1857) burial ground
Mary Chester
(1777-1846) Countess of Liverpool
Albert Chevalier
(1861-1923) music hall comedian
Chiesa di San Bacolo, Sorrento
church
King Christian VII of Denmark of Norway
(1749-1808) King of Denmark
Cine-Moulin Rouge
(1962-1970) cinema
William S. Clark
(1839-1925) shoe factory owner
Sir Arthur C. Clarke CBE FRAS
(1917-2008) scientist
Willy Clarkson
(1861-1934) theatrical wigmaker
Steve Clayton
musician
Dr Rev John Clifford CH DD
(1836-1923) Reverend
Lord Robert Clive
(1725-1774) Indian agent
Clock Tower, Grange-over-Sands
(1912-present) clock tower
St Mary's Close
The Club
(1764-present) dining club
Frans Banningh Cocq
(1605-1655) Captain of the Night Watch
John Codman
(1876-1935) cinema pioneer
King Cole
(d.1868) cricketer
Peter Collinson
(1694-1768) author
Colossus
computer
Concord Avenue
(1995-present) road
The Conduit, Sherborne
(1512-present) monks washing place
Coneygar Ditch
defensive ditch
Peter Connolly
(1935-2012) historian
Fr. Conroy
(d.1798) patriot
Emma Cons
(1837-1912) philanthropist
Field-Marshal Henry Seymour Conway
(1721-1795) Field-Marshal
Pte. James Cooper VC
(1840-1882) British Army Private
Jim Corbett
(1875-1955) destroyer of man eating tigers in central India
Bernard Courtois
(1777-1838) pharmacist
William Cowper
(1731-1800) poet
Richard Creed FRIBA
(1846-1914) Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects
Crispin Hall
(1885-present) hall
The Most Reverend Dr William Crolly DTh
(1780-1849) Doctor of Theology
Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies
(1964-present) cultural centre
Lee Curtis
musician