Alexander Cruden 1699-1770
Humanist scholar and intellectual.
Born Aberdeen educated Marischal College.
Came to London 1719 as tutor appointed book seller to Queen Caroline in 1737.
Compiled the concordance to the bible.
Died here in Camden Passage November 1st. "Whom neither infirmity nor neglect could debase": Nelson 1811
In this spot Dr John Monsell, rector of St Nicolas & hymn writer fell and injured his arm which led to his death on 9th April 1875 during the building of this church. This plaque was laid here by the Lord Lieutenant of Surrey Lord Hamilton of Dalzell to commemorate the extension to the church. 27th November 1977
16 November 1855 - 16 November 1955. On the occasion of the centenary of David Livingstone's discovery of the Victoria Falls. Men and women of all races in, and from all parts of, The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland assembled solemnly to dedicate themselves and their country to carry on the high Christian aims and ideals which inspired David Livingstone in his mission here. Unveiled by His Excellency The Right Honourable the Lord LLewellin, G.B.E, M.C., T.D., D.L., Governor-General of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, and dedicated by his grace the Lord Archbishop of Central Africa, Edward Francis Paget on 16 November 1955.
This stone was erected in 1955 in memory of Robert Smith, John Denley & Patrick Packingham, who were burnt at the stake on Lynch Green opposite this spot in August 1555 and also of all those men and women of Uxbridge who have suffered persecution in their Christian faith
A. M. D. G. in honorem gloriosae Mariae George Ratcliffe Woodward Obiit anno domini MXCXXXIV in anno Semper virginis: et in piam memoriam presbytiere sacrae musicae doctoris Octogesimo sexto aetatis R.I.P.