Plaque

Ada House

Inscription

Ada House
This block was built in 1937 by the London County Council and was named after Ada Place in which the block is situated; which in turn had been named after Ada Lewis the wife of the founder of Samuel Lewis Housing Association which is now known as The Southern Housing Group.
Tower Hamlets Community Housing THCH

Site: Ada House (1 memorial)

E2, Pritchard's Road, Ada House

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Ada House

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Southern Housing Group

Initially the Samuel Lewis Housing Trust, set up after the death of the found...

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Ada Lewis-Hill

Ada Hannah Lewis-Hill, philanthropist. Born Liverpool but brought up in a lar...

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Samuel Lewis

Moneylender and philanthropist. A jew, born in a slum in Birmingham, who work...

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Ada House

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Tower Hamlets Community Housing Ltd

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