Subjects of historical plaques - E

Eagle and Child, Garstang
inn
Sir Alfred East RA
(1844-1913) artist
Eastgate, Chester
gate
Erna Ebstein
(1901-?) Holocaust victim
Original Eccles Cake Shop
(1796-present) shop
Hedwig Eckstein
Holocaust victim
Eden Theatre, Bishop Auckland
(1892-1974) theatre
City Walls, Edinburgh
wall
Gaelic Chapel, Edinburgh
(1769-present) chapel
Edinburgh College of Domestic Science
(1875-present) college
Mina Miller Edison
(1865-1947)
James Edmondson
(1857-1831) builder
Cordelia Edvardson
Holocaust victim
Prince Edward
(1935-present) Prince
Edward of Woodstock
(1330-1376) Black Prince
King Edward VIII of the United Kingdom
(1894-1972) Duke of Windsor
Arthur Britton Edwards
(1874-1969) Mayor of Sarasota
Hilda Ehrke
Holocaust victim
Stella Ehrlich
Holocaust victim
Emma Helene Eisenberg
(1872-1942) Holocaust victim
Charlotte Eisenblätter
(1903-1944) Holocaust victim
Sir Edward Elgar GCVO OM 1st Baronet
(1857-1934) Master of the King's Music
George Eliot
(1819-1880) novelist
Elis David Almshouse
(1447-present) almshouse
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital, London
(1890-2002) hospital
Henry Havelock Ellis
(1859-1939) pioneer in the scientific study of sex
Maurice Ellis FRCS
(1905-1977) President of the Casualty Surgeons Association
William Elphinstone
Marcellus Emants
Maurice Emmanuel
(1862-1938) composer
John Endicott
(1558-1665) Father of New England
Yanis Endzelin
(1873-1961) linguist
Engelking Cemetery, Cat Spring, TX
cemetery
Bull Engine
engine
Howard S. England
(1914-1999) architect
George W. English, Jr.
(1898-1993)
George W. Engram, Sr.
(1913-1998)
Francis Epes
(1597-?) founder of Hopewell, Virginia
Mirjam Ephraim
Holocaust victim
Emanuel Episcopal Church, San Angelo, TX
church
Hermann Ethè
(1844-1917) Professor
Eureka Cemetery, TX
cemetery
Richardson Evans
(1846-1928) protector of natural beauties
Emyr Estyn Evans
(1905-1989) geographer
John Ewington
Exchange Buildings, Sunderland
(1812-present) corn exchange
Exhibition Square, York
(1879-present) square
W. Curtis Ezelle
(1921-1996)
José Maria de Eça de Queirós
(1845-1900) diplomat
Félix Éboué LdH
(1884-1944) Légion d'honneur