Subjects of historical plaques - J

Sir Barry Jackson
(1879-1961) founder of Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Samuel Jackson
(1794-1869) painter
Dr John Hughlings Jackson
(1835-1911) physician
William Wymark Jacobs
(1863-1943) short story writer
Milly Jacoby
Holocaust victim
W. Jacques
architect
Jesse James
(1847-1882) outlaw
King James IV
(1473-1513) King of Scots
King James V
(1512-1542) King of Scots
Lady Susi Jeans
(1911-1993) organist
Sir James Jeans OM FRS
(1877-1946) physicist
Thomas Jefferson
(1743-1826) author of the American Declaration of Independence
Sir Henry Jenkyns
(1569-1646) Knight Bachelor
William Sherman Jennings
(1863-1920) Governor of Florida
Humphrey Jennings
(1907-1950) documentary film maker
Cilli Jennsen
Holocaust victim
Dr Henry Jephson
(1798-1878) physician
Georg Jeruchim
Holocaust victim
Manfred Jeruchim
Holocaust victim
Alice Elli Jeruchim
Holocaust victim
Sophie Jeruchim
Holocaust victim
Jewellery Business Centre
office
Agnes Joachimsohn
Holocaust victim
Joeyfat
(1991-present) band
Robert Frederick John
(1899-1982) footballer
Gwen John
(1876-1939) artist
Dr Augustus John OM RA LLD
(1878-1961) artist
John's Gate, Limerick
gate
Warren M. Johnson
Dr Nathaniel Johnson
Doctor (unknown type)
John Johnson
architect
Thomas Johnson
(1818-1892) solicitor
James Johnston
(1903-1991) tenor
Jolly Farmers Inn, Norwich
(1760-1962) inn
Thomas Jones
Dr Ernest Jones
(1879-1958) pioneer psychoanalyst
Philip Jones CBE
(1928-2000) Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
Jonah Jones
(1919-2004) artist
Claudia Jones
(1915-1964) founder of Britain’s first African Caribbean Carnival
Ian Jones CEng MIMechE
(1948-2003) Chartered Engineer
Ben Jonson
(1572-1637) duelist
Dorothea Jordan
(1761-1816) actor
Stephen Joseph
(1921-1967) director
James Prescott Joule
(1818-1889) scientist
Henry Joy
architect
Joy Division
(1976-1980) band
David Juda
Holocaust victim
Alphonse Juin
(1888-1967) Maréchal de France
Julian of Norwich
(1343-1416) mystic
Junction House
(1796-present) house