Plaque

Jahncke Ltd

Erection date: 11/11/1912

Inscription

Jahncke Ltd
This stone was laid by P. E. Beachcroft, 11th November 1912. Directors: 
P. E. Beachcroft - Chairman
Alfred Burch, GeoWPaton, R. J. Sankey
L. Samuel - Managing Director
Holman & Goodrham - Architects
Dove Bros - Builders

Site: Jahncke Ltd (1 memorial)

N1, Dove Road

From Michael Rank: "Dorset Street was renamed Dove Road (Dove Bros builders named on the plaque) in 1935."

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Jahncke Ltd

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Jahncke Ltd

From National Archives: "Tin box manufactures of Canonbury Works, Dorset Stre...

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Dove Bros. Ltd

Builders. Founded in Studd Street, Islington by William Spencer Dove (1793-18...

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Holman & Goodrham

Architects active in 1912.  George Edward Holman (1862-1921/2) and Henry Robe...

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P. E. Beachcroft

Chairman of Jahncke Ltd in 1912.

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Alfred Burch

Director of Jahncke Ltd in 1912.

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Geo. W. Paton

Director of Jahncke Ltd in 1912.

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