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Alexander Hay

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Alexander Hay

Founded Hay's Wharf in 1651.

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Alexander Hay

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Hay's Wharf - Tooley Street

The little plaque that you can see at the top of the picture is disappointing...

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Carlo Gatti

Carlo Gatti

Cafe owner and ice-dealer. Born Switzerland. Arrived in England in July 1847. Built up a French-style cafe business. In the 1850s he became the first seller of ice-cream to the masses. He had owned...

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink, Theatre, Switzerland

1 memorial
Doves Bindery

Doves Bindery

The Doves Press in Hammersmith was founded in 1900 by Thomas Cobden-Sanderson in partnership with Emery Walker and was named after the nearby pub.  Sanderson had already set up The Doves Bindery in...

Place, Commerce, Literature

2 memorials
Borough Market

Borough Market

It was first mentioned in 1276, although there are claims that it has been in existence since 1014. The present buildings were designed in 1851 and an art deco entrance in Southwark Street was adde...

Place, Commerce, Food & Drink

4 memorials
Honsway C&E Foundation

Honsway C&E Foundation

We believe this is/was a commercial organisation with offices in Gerrard Street.

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
A. Bell Booksellers

A. Bell Booksellers

On 1 September 1773 A. Bell Booksellers published a volume of poems by Phillis Wheatley. At this time book publishers and sellers were often the same people.

Group, Commerce, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial