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Thomas John Barnardo (4 July 184519 September 1905) was an Irish philanthropist and founder and director of homes for poor children.
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Barnardo's

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From the foundation of the first Barnardo's home in 1867 to the date of Barnardo's death, nearly 60,000 children had been taken in.
Barnardo's is a British charity founded by Thomas John Barnardo in 1866, to care for vulnerable children and young people.

Syrie Maugham

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Another daughter, Gwendolyn Maud Syrie (1879–1955), known as Syrie like her mother, was married to wealthy businessman Henry Wellcome, and later to the writer Somerset Maugham, and became a socially prominent London interior designer.
She was the daughter of Thomas John Barnardo, the founder of the Barnardo's charity for destitute children, and his wife, Sarah Louise "Syrie" Elmslie.

East End of London

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In the 1860s, Barnardo opened a school in the East End of London to care for and educate children of the area left orphaned and destitute by a recent cholera outbreak.
Dubliner Thomas John Barnardo came to the London Hospital, Whitechapel to train for medical missionary work in China.

Orphanage

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In 1870 he founded a boys' orphanage at 18 Stepney Causeway and later opened a girls' home.
A very influential philanthropist of the era was Thomas John Barnardo, the founder of the charity Barnardos.

Stepney Causeway

18 Stepney Causeway
In 1870 he founded a boys' orphanage at 18 Stepney Causeway and later opened a girls' home.
The street is particularly associated with Thomas John Barnardo, who opened his first shelter for homeless children at No 18.

Ragged School Museum

The museum was opened in 1990 in the premises of the former Dr Barnardo's Copperfield Road Ragged School.

Henry Wellcome

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Another daughter, Gwendolyn Maud Syrie (1879–1955), known as Syrie like her mother, was married to wealthy businessman Henry Wellcome, and later to the writer Somerset Maugham, and became a socially prominent London interior designer.
In 1901 Wellcome married Gwendoline Maud Syrie Barnardo, a daughter of orphanage founder Thomas John Barnardo.

The Likes of Us

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It is based on the true story of Thomas John Barnardo, a philanthropist who founded homes for destitute children.

Open Brethren

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In London, Thomas John Barnardo began his rescue work with orphans.

Betty Rea

Her father was Dr. Arthur Bevan and her mother's maiden name was Barnardo; Dr.Thomas John Barnardo was her great-uncle.

Ragged school

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The Ragged School Museum in the East End of London shows how a ragged school would have looked; it is housed in buildings previously occupied by Dr Thomas Barnardo.

Christopher Fry

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His play about Dr. Thomas John Barnardo, the founder of children’s homes, toured in a fund-raising amateur production in 1935 and 1936, including Deborah Kerr in its cast.

Leslie Thomas

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He was subsequently brought up in a Dr Barnardo's home; the story of this upbringing was the subject of his first, autobiographical, book, This Time Next Week.

Andrew Lloyd Webber

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Their first collaboration was The Likes of Us, a musical based on the true story of Thomas John Barnardo.

Horton, Somerset

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They decided to try to raise some money for charity and arranged a village fete to raise money for Dr Barnardos.

Watts Naval School

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As a result, it was turned into a home for up to 300 orphans and destitute boys under the charge of Dr T. J. Barnardo and was opened informally on 9 March 1903.

Elizabeth Hope, Baroness Glendevon

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Her mother was a daughter of orphanage founder Thomas John Barnardo.

The Judd School

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Morgan continued as many of the Judd customs as long as he could, including the tradition of donating £20 per year to send a Barnardo boy to Australia or Canada.

Diana, Princess of Wales

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From 1984 to 1996, she was president of Barnardo's, a charity founded by Dr. Thomas John Barnardo in 1866 to care for vulnerable children and young people.