Person    | Male  Born 1865  Died 1952

David Greig

Categories: Commerce, Philanthropy

David Greig

A chain of grocery shops across north London. Faded London have more details and some photos of a splendid shop in Atlantic Road SW9.

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David Greig

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David Greig - EC1

David Greig, 1924

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David Greig - N8

David Greig, 1865 - 1952, founder of the chain of grocers and Hornsey schools...

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David Greig - EC1

David Greig, 1924

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