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John Lewis and John Spedan Lewis John Lewis and John Spedan Lewis

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

Plaque: John Lewis and John Spedan Lewis

Erection date: 1986

Inscription

John Lewis silk mercer of Oxford Street resided at Spedan Tower, Hampstead from 1888 to 1928 as did his elder son John Spedan Lewis, later founder of the John Lewis Partnership. This plaque is placed near the site of Spedan Tower.
Erected by the Hampstead Plaque Fund

Site: John Lewis and John Spedan Lewis (1 memorial)

NW3, Templewood Avenue, Grange Gardens

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John Lewis and John Spedan Lewis

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71203

Spedan Tower(s)

The house was bought by John Lewis in the late 1880s. Apparently, whilst look...

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71202

John Lewis Partnership

Retail group. Founded by John Spedan Lewis after his father John Lewis gave h...

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71200

John Lewis

Retailer. Born at Town Street, Shepton Mallet, Somerset. He worked in several...

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71201

John Spedan Lewis

Retailer and industrial reformer. Born in Marylebone, the son of John Lewis. ...

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John Lewis and John Spedan Lewis

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Heath & (Old) Hampstead Society / Hampstead Plaque Fund

The Hampstead Plaque fund was set up, many years ago, by Ralph Wade and has b...

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