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Bearman's Department Store

Bearman's Department Store
Bearman's Department Store
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Bearmans Department Store.
On this site stood 'Bearmans of Leytonstone' department store - "The Store with the Personal Touch". Opened by Frank Bearman, a draper by profession, in 1898 and family run until 1962. Closed in 1983.
Waltham Forest Heritage

Site: Bearman's Department Store (1 memorial)

E11, Leytonstone High Road, 829

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Bearman's Department Store

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Bearman's Department Store

Opened by Frank Bearman on the site of a former vicarage. By 1906 he had purc...

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Frank Bearman

Retailer. Founder of the former Bearman's department store in Leytonstone.

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Borough of Walthamstow

Walthamstow was a  local government district 1894 -1965 when it combined with...

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