Picture source: www.movinghere.org.uk
See Burtons. The picture shows, left to right: Arnold, Barbara, Stanley, Raymond.
This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Arnold James Burton
This stone laid by Arnold James Burton, 1937
This stone laid by Arnold James Burton 1938.
Retailer and industrial reformer. Born in Marylebone, the son of John Lewis. His second name was derived by reversing the names of Ann Speed, the maiden aunt who raised his father. He was given con...
Person, Benefactor, Commerce
Formerly known as the Midland Railway Basin (though we could find nothing under thatn name). Opened as a coal wharf. 1958 converted to a pleasure craft area. Now home to the St Pancras Cruising C...
Place, Commerce, Transport
Founded by the son of J. P. Knight.
Mentioned in 1522 as an inn with 30 beds and stalls for four horses. Removed (as shown in the picture) for the formation of Holborn Viaduct and its approaches 1868.
Building, Commerce, Food & Drink
Occupied the Lime Street, Billiter Street and Fenchurch Avenue block. The second building purpose-built for Lloyds. Designed by Terence E. Heysham in a mannered post-war Classicism style. Attempts ...
Building, Commerce, Property