Subjects of historical plaques - V

Rembrandt
(1606-1669) draughtsman
Ada Vachell
(1866-1923) champion of poor and disabled people
Claude Marius Vaisse
(1799-1864) Senator Prefect
Doreen Valiente
(1922-1999) poet
Rose Valland LdH
(1898-1980) Légion d'honneur
Georges Vallon
(1688-1767) architect
Laurent Vallon
(1652-1724) designer
Martin Van Buren
(1782-1862) President of the United States
Jan van der Heyden
(1637-1712) painter
Vincent Van Gogh
(1853-1890) painter
Harry Vardon
(1870-1937) golfer
Admiral James Vashon RN
(1742-1827) Royal Navy Admiral
Dr Abraham Vater
(1684-1751) physician
John Vaughan
(1799-1868) founder of the Cleveland iron trade
David Vawter
Dr David M. Vawter
(d.1906) Doctor of Medicine
Cpl Theodore Veale VC
(1893-1980) Corporal
Adolf Veit
Holocaust victim
Merry Hanna Veit
Holocaust victim
Meta Veit
Holocaust victim
Paul Verlaine
(1844-1896) poet
Vick Cemetery, Giddings, TX
cemetery
Sgt Arthur Vickers VC
(1882-1944) Victoria Cross recipient
Harry Vickers
Victoria Electric Picture Palace
(1910-1918) cinema
Victoria Pier
(1875-1898) pier
Victorian Railway Station Clock
clock
HMS Victory
(1759-present) Royal Navy ship
Villa Comunale
park
Charles Pelham Villiers MP
(1802-1898) Member of Parliament
Duke George Villiers
(1592-1628) Duke of Buckingham
Dr Robert Vilvaine
Doctor (unknown type)
William Vincent
(1739-1815) headmaster of Westminster School
Col Strong Vincent
(1837-1863) United States Army Colonel
Vining Warehouse
(1840-present) warehouse
Roemer Visscher
(1547-1620) poet
Anna Visscher
(1584-1651)
Maria Tesselschade Visscher
(1594-1649)
Cor Visser
(1903-1982) artist
Swami Vivekananda
(1863-1902) Hindu philosopher
Edward Vivian JP MA
Master of Arts
Isodor Vogel
Holocaust victim
Bertha Vogel
Holocaust victim
Otto Volk
(1892-1989) Professor of Astronomy
Feofan Evtihievich Volsov
architect
Volunteer Fire Brigade
fire brigade
Carl Ottomar Gunther Theodor Von Hugo
Charles Voysey
(1857-1941) architect
Hermann Vultejus
(1555-1634) Professor of Law
Paule Vézelay
(1892-1984) abstract artist