This memorial is in East Anstey church and commemorates Albert William Tarr who was killed on the railway line on the 8 January 1935.
Monument in Hawkridge church to a man who emigrated to Queensland, Australia
Dixie Brown was one of the very few men of African descent living in Bristol in the early inter-war period and was a much loved father and 'grandfe
Thaddeus Kosciuszko was born in Poland on February 4, 1746, son of Ludwik and Tekla Kosciuszko.
Joseph St. Clair, ‘the black dentist’ from Barbados married a Bristol girl, Mabel Stallard, and made a relatively good living in interwar Bristol.
Rais Hyder came to England in 1962 from Karachi in Pakistan.
The story of Hannah Nonmus
EPE Bristol met Khadim Hussain, a Tee-side based writer from Pakistan, when researching the Mangla Dam/Bristol link.
Jozef Boruwlaski was a Polish-born dwarf who toured in European and Turkish courts. He was 71 cm (28 inches) tall.