People

Page link: A Scarlet Fever outbreak in St Albans, 1748
A Scarlet Fever outbreak in St Albans, 1748
The advice of Dr Nathaniel Cotton
Page link: A Victorian Gentlewoman with a Passion for Entomology
A Victorian Gentlewoman with a Passion for Entomology
Eleanor Anne Ormerod who lived for the final 14 years of her life on Holywell Hill
Page link: Brewers in St Albans in 1830
Brewers in St Albans in 1830
The Dominance of the Kinder & Searancke families
Page link: Dr Nathaniel Cotton
Dr Nathaniel Cotton
His contribution to 18th century mental health care
Page link: Frederic George Kitton
Frederic George Kitton
19th century illustrator and artist
Page link: Revd. T Faulkner Lee
Revd. T Faulkner Lee
An early member of the St Albans Architectural Society
Page link: The Duchess of Marlborough & her Almshouses
The Duchess of Marlborough & her Almshouses
An 18th century St Albans building
Page link: The Mayor's Prize, 2009
The Mayor's Prize, 2009
Awarded to Rosemary Hearle
Page link: The Woollam Family and their Silk Mills
The Woollam Family and their Silk Mills
Business and philanthropy in 19th century St Albans
Page link: Walter Lawrance - the first Dean of St Albans
Walter Lawrance - the first Dean of St Albans
His pivotal role in the development of the Abbey
Page link: William Longmire
William Longmire
The builder who links the Abbey, Prospect Road and Lincolns Inn
 

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