Plaque

Sutton Dwellings

Erection date: 1924

Inscription

The Sutton Dwellings, Islington, These dwellings were erected under the charitable trusts of the will of William Richard Sutton of Golden Lane, London E.C., carrier, who died 20th May 1900.
1924

Site: Sutton Dwellings (1 memorial)

N1, Upper Street, Sutton Dwellings

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Sutton Dwellings

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Sutton Dwellings

In 1917 The Church Missionary Society sold its college in Upper Street and th...

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William Richard Sutton

Born Kennington, Lambeth. Self-made millionaire. His distribution company had...

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