Plaque

Beehive foundation stone - Upper Street

Beehive foundation stone - Upper Street
Beehive foundation stone - Upper Street

Erection date: 1890

Inscription

These buildings were erected by John Studds and Son of Barrets Grove Stoke Newington
{below the hive:}
Commenced 1889 Finished 1890

Yes, they've mis-spelt the name of their own road.

Site: Beehive foundation stone - Upper Street (1 memorial)

N1, Upper Street, 48

Number 49 returns round Berners Street and its decorative pillar tops (can't really call them capitals) each carry a beehive.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Beehive foundation stone - Upper Street

Subjects commemorated i

J. Studds & Son

A building firm based in Barretts Grove, Stoke Newington, active in 1891. Slu...

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