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Ref No (click to see in context)QM/1/18
TitleJ.T. Barber Beaumont, Beaumont Trust, and Beaumont family
Extent8 files and 5 objects
DescriptionRecords relating to J.T. Barber Beaumont, the Beaumont Trust, and the Beaumont family.

Includes: a Brief Account of the Beaumont Trust and its Founder J.T. Barber Beaumont, 1887; Barber Beaumont medals, 1841; Barber Beaumont Medal photographs, 1985; newspaper articles and letters relating to J.T. Barber Beaumont, 1826-1956; letters from members of the Beaumont family, 1883-86; research on family history and heraldry by Richard Beaumont, c1984; ‘Beaumont Institution, the First East London Exhibition of Arts and Industry opened May 29th 1865’ silver medal, 1865; and sketch of the Beaumont Institution lecture hall c1840s.
ArrangementBy subject.
Access StatusOpen
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/68Barber Beaumont; John Thomas (1774-1841); British army officer, painter, author, and philanthropist.
DS/UK/1372Beaumont; W. Spencer (fl. 1887); Grandson of J.T. Barber Beaumont.
DS/UK/1373Johnson; W. C. (fl. 1936); Chairman of the Governing Body of the People's Palace.
DS/UK/1357Leigh; H. D. (fl. 1885-1886); of the Beaumont Trust.
DS/UK/1266Beaumont; G. H. (fl. 1885-1887); Relation of J. T. Barber Beaumont.
DS/UK/1374Beaumont; J. A. (fl. 1883-1886); Relative of J.T. Barber Beaumont
DS/UK/1488Charles & Edwin Layton; fl 1887; Bookseller, stationer, engraver and printer.
DS/UK/1489Duke of Cumberland’s Sharpshooters; 1803-c.1908; Volunteer rifle corps.
DS/UK/62People's Palace; 1887-1954
DS/UK/1382Beaumont Institution; c.1841-1879
DS/UK/375The Times; 1785-; National newspaper.
DS/UK/1392People's Palace; Governors; fl 1906-1930
DS/UK/1490The Illustrated London News; 1842-2003; Illustrated weekly newspaper.
DS/UK/1377Beaumont Trust; 1882-
DS/UK/1491The Morning Post; 1772-1937; British conservative daily newspaper.
DS/UK/1376Beaumont; Richard (fl. 1984)
DS/UK/3013Taylor; WJ (fl1865); Maker of medals
DS/UK/3012Batchelor; HR (fl1865); Silver Medallist at the First East London Exhibition of Arts and Industry