Plaque

David Greig - N8

Erection date: 15/9/2010

Inscription

David Greig, 1865 - 1952, founder of the chain of grocers and Hornsey schools' benefactor, lived here.
Historic Buildings of the London Borough of Haringey

Site: David Greig - N8 (1 memorial)

N8, High Street, 32

The location was Greig's mother's shop, opened in 1870. The address then was 3 St Mary's Terrace.

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

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David Greig - N8

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David Greig

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David Greig - N8

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London Borough of Haringey

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