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Memorial

Thomas Hancock Thomas Hancock

Credit for this entry to:
Michael Edwards

Plaque: Thomas Hancock

Erection date: 8/10/2003

Inscription

On this site lived and worked Thomas Hancock (1786 - 1865) inventor and founder of the British rubber industry.
Plastics Historical Society
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Site: Thomas Hancock (1 memorial)

N4, Banstead Court, Green Lanes

Hancock died at Marlborough Cottage, on this site, where he had lived for fifty years. For the history and a picture of this rather substantial cottage see Bouncing Balls.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Thomas Hancock

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Thomas Hancock

Inventor and founder of the British rubber industry.  Born Wiltshire.  After ...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Thomas Hancock

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Plastics Historical Society

First to draw attention to the heritage of the plastics industry and to celeb...

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Scott Bader

Multinational chemical company founded by Ernest Bader in 1921.

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