Plaque

Sutton Housing Trust

Sutton Housing Trust Sutton Housing Trust
Inscription

The Sutton Housing Trust
The flats on this estate were erected in 1911 under the charitable trusts of the will of William Richard Sutton, carrier of Golden Lane, London EC, who died on 20th May 1900.

The 'done' on the plaque is, we're pretty certain, a guerrilla sticker, as unwanted as all the graffiti.

Site: Sutton Housing Trust (1 memorial)

EC1, City Road

Not our favorite spot in London.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Sutton Housing Trust

Subjects commemorated i

William Richard Sutton

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

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