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Joseph, Nathan Solomon (1834–1909), architect and social worker, was born on 17 December 1834 at The Crescent, The Minories, London, one of nine children of City merchant Solomon Joseph (1805–1868) and his wife, Jane Selig (d. 1893). Nathan was educated at home under private tutors and from 1852 to 1854 at ...

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Raffles, Frances Rachel [Franki] (1955–1994), photographer and campaigner against violence against women, was born in Hope Hospital, Salford, Manchester, on 17 October 1955. She was the third daughter of four children, three sisters and a younger brother, of Gillian, née Posnansky (b...

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Samuel, Walter Horace, second Viscount Bearsted (1882–1948), art collector and philanthropist, was born on 13 March 1882 in London, the eldest child and only surviving son of Marcus Samuel, first Viscount Bearsted (1853–1927), and his wife, Fanny Elizabeth Benjamin (1857–1927). Educated at Eton College...