The Denys Finch Hatton memorial bridge in the grounds of Eton, Berkshire, England. The inscription reads "Famous in these fields and by his many friends greatly beloved. Denys Finch Hatton 1887-1931."
Denys Finch Hatton
The Kikuyu at Home Kenya 1912
Muthaiga Club, Nairobi, Kenya 1913
Karen Blixen on Safari with Denys Finch-Hatton (portrayed by Robert Redford in Out of Africa)
Reginald Berkeley Cole (1882-1925), close friend of Finch Hatton, a brother-in-law of The 3rd Baron Delamere, a founder of the Muthaiga Club, the legendary private Nairobi enclave of the colony’s hedonists.
Berkeley Cole, younger son of the Earl of Enniskillen
Galton Fenzi remained Honorary Secretary of the Royal East Africa Automobile Association until his death on 15th May 1937, at the age of 56 . The memorial was erected in his memory in 1939. The point at which it is erected is said to have been the focal point from which all distances to and from Nairobi were measured.
The Hunter Memorial Hospital, Kikuyu, Kenya c.1910