Place    From 1854  To 1854

cholera-bearing water pump

Categories: Food & Drink, Medicine, Tragedy

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cholera-bearing water pump

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Cholera Pump

Still, this pump has no handle.

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Dr John Snow - RSC plaque

RSC - advancing the chemical sciences National Chemical Landmark Dr John Snow...

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Dr John Snow - site of pump

The red granite kerbstone marks the site of the historic Broad Street pump as...

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One Tun pub - Saffron Hill

One Tun pub - Saffron Hill

The present day pub was rebuilt in 1875.

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Ralph Thrale

Ralph Thrale

Son of Anne Thrale, sister of Edmund Halsey who took him into his brewery business, the Anchor Brewery. Thrale.com tells this interesting story: "When Ralph took a wife in the early 1720's, he cho...

Person, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Tabard Inn

Tabard Inn

Set up by an abbot from Winchester to give his brethren somewhere to stay in London and to provide accomodation to pilgrims on their way to Canterbury, in particular Chaucer's pilgrims, who set off...

Building, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink, Literature

1 memorial
Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (1st Baronet)

Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton (1st Baronet)

MP, brewer, slave abolitionist and social reformer. Born Essex. Entered the Brick Lane brewery Truman, Hanbury & Company in 1808, eventually taking on sole ownership. 1807 married Hannah Gurney...

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink, Race Issues, Social Welfare

3 memorials
Sir John Lyon

Sir John Lyon

Sir John Lyon was a wealthy City merchant and a grocer, and Lord Mayor of London 1554-5. He was first cousin to John Lyon who founded The John Lyon School.

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink, Lord Mayor

1 memorial