William Rathbone V

William Rathbone
William Rathbone V (17 June 1787 – 1 February 1868) was an English merchant and politician, serving as Lord Mayor of Liverpool.wikipedia
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Toxteth

Toxteth ParkToxteth Liverpool
Sefton Park has a large glass Palm House, which contains a statue of William Rathbone V unveiled in 1887, and originally had many other features including an aviary and an open-air theatre.

Thames Ditton Foundry

Dorothy Frances Victoria Burton
The foundry was a leader in its field and produced fine bronze statues which it exported worldwide, including Matthew Noble's statue of Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby, in Parliament Square (1874), Thomas Thornycroft's equestrian statue of Richard Bourke, 6th Earl of Mayo for Calcutta (1875), Matthew Noble's Oliver Cromwell in Manchester (1875) and his Robert Peel in Parliament Square (1876), Thomas Brock's William Rathbone in Liverpool, George E. Ewing’s Robert Burns (1876), Frederic Leighton's An Athlete wrestling with a Python (1877), John Mossman’s David Livingstone (1877), Thomas Woolner’s John Stuart Mill (1877) on the Victoria Embankment and Captain James Cook in Sydney, Australia (1878), Richard Belt’s Lord Byron at Hyde Park (1880), Thomas Brock’s Robert Raikes in the Victoria Embankment Gardens (1880) and Daniel O’Connell in Dublin (1881), William Hamo Thornycroft's statues of General Gordon and related reliefs in the Victoria Embankment Gardens (1888) and John Bright in Rochdale (1891).

Adam Hodgson

Elizabeth Greg (1790–1882) married William Rathbone V, of the Liverpool mercantile family.

Bathing

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She was supported by the District Provident Society and William Rathbone.

Opening of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway

openingLiverpool and Manchester Railway opensopened
Joseph Parkes, Lord Wilton and William Rathbone were the first to reach Huskisson.

List of public art in Liverpool

List of statues and sculptures in LiverpoolRev. Canon Major LesterRev. Canon T. M. Lester

1849 Liverpool Town Council election

1849
Jonathan Atkinson was opposed to the Rivington Pike water scheme, whereas William Rathbone V was in favour.

Brownlow Hill infirmary

Brownlow Hill workhouseLiverpool Workhouse Infirmary
Liverpool philanthropist William Rathbone obtained permission from the Liverpool Vestry to introduce trained nurses (at his own expense for three years) at the workhouse hospital in 1864, and invited Agnes Jones, then at the London Great Northern Hospital, to be the first trained Nursing Superintendent in 1865.

James Mellor

He was prominent in the Liverpool Anti-Monopoly Association, allied to the League, and at in the Liverpool free trade rally of 1843 proposed William Rathbone V as chair.

Agnes Jones

Agnes Elizabeth Jones
Liverpool philanthropist William Rathbone obtained permission from the Liverpool Vestry to introduce trained nurses (at his own expense for three years) at the workhouse hospital in 1864, and invited Jones]] to move from the London Great Northern Hospital, to be the first trained Nursing Superintendent in 1865.

Ullet Road Unitarian Church

Unitarian Chapel, LiverpoolUnitarian ChapelUnitarian Church
They include a bust of William Roscoe by John Gibson; memorials to Edward Rathbone who died in 1834, also by Gibson; to William Rathbone, who died in 1868, by J. H. Foley; to Charles Beard, who died in 1888, by J. E. Boehm; and to William Rathbone, who died in 1902, by C. J. Allen.

Sefton Park

Palm HouseSefton
The park features a Gothic drinking fountain and several prominent statues including a memorial to William Rathbone V by Sir Thomas Brock unveiled in 1887, and an obelisk, the Samuel Smith memorial located by the principal entrance to the Park.

Nicholas Robinson (mayor)

Nicholas Robinson
William Rathbone was one of Robinson's two proposers for the mayoralty in October 1828, on which occasion his election was unopposed.