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38 Flowergate This Grade I listed building was originally constructed in the 16th century. In 1636 the building was used as a courthouse, gaoler's lodgings and house of correction. It was modernised during the late 17th century and early 18th century and was reportedly used as a police station as late as 1853, when it was then occupied by solicitors. The building was re-modelled in the late 1800s and escaped the demolition fate of many adjoining buildings.

38 Flowergate, Whitby, United Kingdom


Teach Cúirte. Courthouse. Is anseo a ghabh Óglaigh na hÉireann Airm le linn Éirí Amach 1916. Arms seized here by the Irish Volunteers during the 1916 Rising.

English translation: Courthouse. Courthouse. This was the arrested by the Irish Army Volunteers during the 1916 Rising. Arms seized here by the Irish Volunteers during the 1916 Rising. [AWS Translate]

Rafter Street, Enniscorthy, United Kingdom

Captaen Thomas Wafer Inis Córthaidh. Captain Thomas Wafer, Enniscorthy. A maraíodh sa Bhanc Ibeirneach, Baile Átha Cliath, le linn Éirí Amach na Cásca 1916. Killed in action in the Hibernian Bank, Dublin, in the Easter Rising of 1916.

English translation: Captain Thomas Wafer Enniscorthy. Captain Thomas Wafer, Enniscorthy. Killed in the Hibernian Bank, Dublin, during the 1916 Easter Rising. Killed in action in the Hibernian Bank, Dublin, in the Easter Rising of 1916. [AWS Translate]

Weafer Street, Enniscorthy, Ireland

Site of Roman Catholic Church Destroyed. 1798. Replaced 1803.Gorey

Courtown Road, Gorey, Ireland

Amico questa ceramica attesta il primo quarto di secolo che la Banda del Passatore con i suoi "seniori" e gioventu' che ne sono stati viva parte ha recato il saluto di Brisighella con innumeri "servizi" a tanti popoli d'Europa nello spirito del "sol da de'..." solo da dare... apporto grande alla buona causa della Romagna dei vini

English translation: Friend, this pottery attests to the first quarter of a century that the Banda del Passatore, with its “seniors” and young people who have been part of it, has brought Brisighella's greeting with countless “services” to many peoples of Europe in the spirit of the “sol da de '...” only to be given... a great contribution to the good cause of Romagna's wines [AWS Translate]

Via del Borgo 1, Brisighella, Italy

Chapel Street Air Raid 28th September 1942 8 people killed 30 houses destroyed 275 damaged

Chapel Street South, Colchester, United Kingdom

Hyderabad and Meeanee Barracks. Named after battles fought in Sindh, now Pakistan. They replaced Colchester Camp built here, on Ordnance Field, in 1855.

Mersea Road, Colchester, United Kingdom

Flagstaff Complex. Site of Commanding Officer accommodation and administrative buildings, originally serving HQ Eastern District, established here 1866.

Napier Road, Colchester, United Kingdom

On this site stood the Royal Hunting Lodge of Beskwood. It was while staying here in August 1485 that King Richard III learned of Henry Tudor's invasion

Bestwood Lodge, Nottingham, United Kingdom


In memory of Eric and Joan Pates founders of Bedford Marianettes in 1960 who produced many musicals and concerts staged here in Bedford Corn Exchange

Bedford Corn Exchange, Bedford, United Kingdom


The Old Bell The Old Bell Tavern was built in the 1670s for workmen and masons who were rebuilding St Brides Church (designed by Christopher Wren) after the Great Fire of London in 1666. It has been a licensed tavern for more than 300 years and has a long asociation with Fleet Street printers. Caxton's apprentice Wynkyn de Worde, moved the printing business to Fleet Street in 1500

95 Fleet St, London, United Kingdom


Mercedes Gleitz 1900-1981 pioneer long-distance swimmer and philanthropist was born here

124 Freshfield Road, Brighton, United Kingdom


The Scarborough Joke Shop on this site 16th September 1906 A chicken crossed the road, revolutionising the joke industry

81 Eastborough, Scarborough, United Kingdom


Site of the Great Marton Church of England Girls' School built 1854 and rebuilt 1878 on land donated by Jane Shaw and Thomas and Christopher Hull. An infants' school from 1892, it closed in 1925 and was replaced in 1930 by Marton Parish Church Hall which was built by Atherton Bros. Besides being used for Sunday School and other church and community activities, from 1930 to 2002 Marton Operatic Society performed Gilbert and Sullivan and other operas here.

Michael Hall Theatre School, Preston Old Road, Marton, Blackpool, United Kingdom

Lillian Bilocca 1929-1988 leader of the Headscarf Revolutionaries trawler safety campaigner lived here 1952-1981

Coltman Street, Hull, United Kingdom


Daggett's Crossing Among the early settlers of Fort Worth, Charles Biggers (C.B.) Daggett (1812-1888) was born in Canada and moved to Indiana when he was eight years old. Around 1839–40, His family moved to Shelby County, Texas, where they participated in the Regulator–Moderator War. C.B. Daggett then fought in the U.S.-Mexico War. For his military service, he received a 320-acre land grant in Tarrant County which became the C.B. Daggett Survey. On his land situated north of the West Fork of the Trinity, Daggett farmed with his sons and maintained a small herd of cattle. Daggett and his sons also operated a ferry across the West Fork, near present-day Samuels Avenue and Cold Springs Road. It was one of only two across the river at the time, with the other being Eagle Ford Ferry in Dallas County. Local boosters claimed that Daggett's Ferry was superior, causing hundreds of immigrants and trail drivers in the late 1860s and early 1870s to bypass Dallas in favor of the Fort Worth crossing. C.B. Daggett reported that more than 40,000 cattle passed through annually during the 1870s. The operation of the ferry was carefully choreographed with teams of mules positioned on opposite riverbanks. Once the cargo or passengers were loaded on the ferry raft, ropes were thrown across the river to the mule skinner on the other side to then pull the ferry across, an entertaining sight according to reports. The ferry operated until 1877, when a bridge was built nearby to serve the community and region. Daggett's Crossing is remembered for its significance and heritage in the area's settlement, transportation and commerce. (2019)

Trinity Trails near Northside Dr., Fort Worth, TX, United Kingdom

Questa chiesa sacra alla Nativita' di Maria detta di Masirano o della Serra sorta agli inizi del 1100 ampliata nel 1657 ornata di campanile e facciata nel 1899 restaurata nel 1955 dopo le offese della guerra ti accolga nella pace del verde silenzio a pregare colei che conforta con cuore di madre il tuo cammino verso l'eterno

English translation: This church sacred to the Nativity of Mary known as Masirano or the Serra, built in the early 1100s, enlarged in 1657, adorned with a bell tower and facade in 1899, restored in 1955 after the offenses of the war welcome in the peace of green silence to pray to the one who comforts your journey to the eternal with a mother's heart [AWS Translate]

Via Serra, Castel Bolognese, Italy

A ricordo della glorioso Brigata Ebraica. Il 12 Aprile 1945 dopo aver travolto l'ultima resistenza tedesca sul Senio il terzo battaglione "Palestine Regiment" della Brigata Ebraica libero' dopo un aspro combattimento La Serra, localita' del comune di Castel Bolognese, dall'occupazione nazifascista.

English translation: In memory of the glorious Jewish Brigade. On April 12, 1945, after overwhelming the last German resistance on the Senio, the third “Palestine Regiment” battalion of the Jewish Brigade freed, after a fierce fight, La Serra, a locality of the municipality of Castel. Bolognese, from the Nazi-Fascist occupation. [AWS Translate]

Via Serra 3950, Castel Bolognese, Italy

Flowergate Old Chapel The Reverend Francis Haydn Williams (1836 - 1910) 22 years Minister of this Unitarian Chapel. A true friend of the poor, and brave defender of public rights.

Flowergate, Whitby, United Kingdom


Michael Jackson

6927 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, United States