Subjects of historical plaques - C

Cabmen's Shelter, Ripon
shelter
Samuel Parkes Cadman
Philipp Cahn
Holocaust victim
Sir Malcolm Campbell
(1885-1948) world land speed record holder
Giovanni Antonio Canal
(1697-1768) landscape painter
William Caslon
(1692-1766) typefounder
Amalie Cassirer
Holocaust victim
Avner Casvan
Holocaust victim
Manfred Casvan
Holocaust victim
Louisette Casvan
Holocaust victim
Bonnie Prince Charlie
Cheltenham Infant School
(1830-present) school
Ruzena Chocheles
Holocaust victim
Hermann Clajus
Holocaust victim
Capt Ed Clark
United States Army Captain
Vice-Admiral Sir William Clarkson CMG KBE
(1859-1934) co-founder of the Royal Australian Navy
Richard Cobden
(1804-1865) pioneer of free trade
Raphael Cohen
Holocaust victim
Sol Cohen
Holocaust victim
Sara Cohen
Holocaust victim
Martin Cohn
Holocaust victim
Fritz Cohn
Holocaust victim
Käthe Cohn
(1897-?) Holocaust victim
Ilse Cohn
(1929-present) Holocaust victim
Heinz Cohn
Holocaust victim
Rosette Cohn
Holocaust victim
Clara Cohn
Holocaust victim
Adolf Cohn
Holocaust victim
Eva Cohn
Holocaust victim
Lady Mary Coke
(1727-1811) Lady
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
(1875-1912) composer of The Song of Hiawatha
Hilda Coles
(1907-1987) founder member of the Priests House Museum
José Collins
(1887-1958) music hall artiste
Cyril Connolly CBE
(1903-1974) editor
Peter Cook
(1937-1995) comedian
Coppice Row Turnpike
(1750-1830) turnpike
François Couperin
(1668-1733) composer
John Courage
Elizabeth Crockett
(1788-1860)
Lina Crohn
Holocaust victim
Robert A. Crohn
Holocaust victim
Thomas Crohn
Holocaust victim
Paula Cronheim
Holocaust victim
Brass Crosby
(1725-1793) Lord Mayor of London
Bing Crosby
(1903-1977) singer
George Cunningham
(1852-1919) father of preventative dentistry
Erich Czapski
Holocaust victim
Rahel Czollack
Holocaust victim
Johanna Czollack
Holocaust victim
Richard Czollack
Holocaust victim