Group    From 1958 

Barratt Homes Limited

Categories: Commerce

One of the largest residential property development companies in the United Kingdom. It was founded as Greensitt Bros., but control was later assumed by Sir Lawrie Barratt.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Barratt Homes Limited

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Pageants Wharf fire station

The Old Fire Station Rotherhithe {By an image of two WW2 firemen:} Restored b...

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Plough Lane Landmark

The artist's website has a photo of the textured surface in the studio. Our ...

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Virginia Settlers Memorial

This voyage took place 16 years before the Mayflower. The memorial has a his...

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John Kidd and Co.

John Kidd and Co.

Manufacturers of printing ink for the newspaper industry. Its head office was at Wine Office Court off Fleet Street.

Group, Commerce, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial
Thomas Earnshaw

Thomas Earnshaw

Born Ashton under Lyme, Lancashire. Maker of watches and chronometers. Lived and worked mainly in London and Greenwich. He seems to have been a bitter man with whom it was unpleasant to do business...

Person, Commerce, Science

1 memorial
Sir John Morden

Sir John Morden

Born in London. He amassed a fortune in Turkey, and when returning to Britain he joined the East India Company. The near loss of three of his ships prompted him to help merchants who were experienc...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy, Turkey

1 memorial
Theodore H. Bryant

Theodore H. Bryant

Co-owner and director of the Bryant and May match factory.

Person, Commerce, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Francis Baring

Sir Francis Baring

Merchant and merchant banker. Born at Larkbear, Exeter. He founded the bank that bore his name with his brother John. Director of the East India company from 1779. Grandfather of Thomas and of Evel...

Person, Commerce

1 memorial