Plaque

John Lawson Johnston

Erection date: 24/7/2011

Inscription

John Lawson Johnston, 1839 - 190, inventor of Bovril, owned and lived here at 'Bovril castle' Kingswood House. 
London Borough of Southwark - Voted by the people

Site: John Lawson Johnston (1 memorial)

SE21, Seeley Drive, Kingswood House

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

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John Lawson Johnston

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Kingswood House

A Grade II listed building formerly known as Kings Coppice. It may have taken...

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Bovril

The trademarked name of a thick, salty meat extract developed in the 1870s by...

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John Lawson Johnston

Nutrition promoter and food manufacturer. Born at 29 Main Street, Roslin, Mid...

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Southwark Council

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