Person    | Male  Born 7/7/1911  Died 28/11/1993

Alan Raymond Mais, Baron Mais

Labour Party Life peer. Lord Mayor 1972-3.

Born Southampton. After WW2 joined contractors Trollope & Colls, becoming joint-managing director and chairman in 1963 and retiring in 1968 when the firm was taken over by Trafalgar House. Master of the Cutlers' Company and then of the Paviors' Company.

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Alan Raymond Mais, Baron Mais

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London Bridge - opened

London Bridge, opened by Her Mahesty Queen Elizabeth II, in the presence of: ...

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Thomas Hulman Kemp

Thomas Hulman Kemp

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John Bateman

John Bateman

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John G. Morley

John G. Morley

Succeeded Lewis Angell as Borough Engineer for West Ham Council. Held the post in 1905.

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James Morgan

James Morgan

Probably born in Carmarthen, south Wales. Architect and engineer. Employed by John Nash. Worked on the layout of Regent's Park and on the construction of the Regent's Canal as Chief Engineer of the...

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Whitechapel Bell Foundry

Whitechapel Bell Foundry

This foundry is the oldest manufacturing company in the UK and is still making bells at 32/34 Whitechapel Road. Probably their most famous creation is Big Ben (we thank Alice, a member of a childre...

Place, Commerce, Engineering

4 memorials