Plaque

Edward Massey at St John's

Inscription

Edward Massey, clock maker, 1772 - 1852

Site: 8 Clockmakers' plaques (8 memorials)

EC1, St John's Lane, 33, Watchmaker Court

The plaques read left to right chronological by birth date.

This modern building sports a clock (of course) with Roman numeral hours and, on the side, "XXXIII" or 33, the street number.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Edward Massey at St John's

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Edward Massey

Clockmaker. From a family of clockmakers. Baptized in 1768 in Staffordshire...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Edward Massey at St John's

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Dan Parkes at St John's

Dan Parkes at St John's

Dan Parkes, clock maker, 1946 - 1989.

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James Upjohn at St John's

James Upjohn at St John's

James Upjohn, clock maker, 1765 - 1794.

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John Cranfield at St John's

John Cranfield at St John's

John Cranfield, clock maker, 1770 - 1790.

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John Moor at St John's

John Moor at St John's

John Moor, clock maker, 1801 - 1875.

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Joseph Simms at St John's

Joseph Simms at St John's

Joseph Simms, clock maker, 1745 - 1770.

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