Person    | Male  Born 1832  Died 1876

Joseph Salter

Categories: Commerce

Joseph Salter

Salter was auditor to the Vestry of St Pancras and gave College Gardens to the Vestry in his will. From the estate agent, Salter Rex's website: Salter Rex was founded in 1854 by Joseph Salter. He set up the practice at what is now 311 Kentish Town Road at the early age of twenty.

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Joseph Salter

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Joseph Salter

(inscribed in the marble plaque and very difficult to read:} Joseph Salter, 1...

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Coal Hole Tavern

Coal Hole Tavern

The meeting place of the Wolf Club of which in about 1826 Edmund Kean was a leading member.  Lawrence Silverman tells us that, later, this was the tavern where Renton Nicholson staged his very rude...

Place, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Viscount Wakefield of Hythe, Charles Cheers

Viscount Wakefield of Hythe, Charles Cheers

Businessman. Born Liverpool. His brand name being Castrol he was very successful and set up in the City of London. Lord Mayor in 1915-16. Promoted and funded pioneering aviation and motor sports. 1...

Person, Aviation, Commerce, Lord Mayor, Transport

1 memorial
Steelyard, Stilliarde or Stalhof

Steelyard, Stilliarde or Stalhof

The Hanseatic League was a commercial and defensive confederation of merchant guilds and their market towns dominated trade along the coasts of Northern Europe, from the 13th to the 17th century. T...

Place, Commerce, Germany

2 memorials