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Lloyds TSB Group

Categories: Commerce

In 1765 John Taylor and Sampson Lloyd set up a private banking business in Birmingham.

In 1810, the Reverend Henry Duncan of Ruthwell, Dumfriesshire, set up a bank to help his poorest parishioners save for times of hardship. This was the first Trustee Savings Bank.

The two banks merged in 1992.

For some more Lloyds history and pictures of one of the gems in The Strand see Caroline's Miscellany.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Lloyds TSB Group

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Lloyds TSB War Memorial

This is a small, simple monument, placed at pavement level, not raised on a p...

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Frederick Frye

Frederick Frye

Grocer and Liberal politician. Full name Frederick Charlwood Frye. Started a chain of shops in 1870 and by 1894 was running 50 stores across England and Ireland. Was a member of the Metropolitan Bo...

Person, Commerce, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Captain Charles Algernon Fryatt

Captain Charles Algernon Fryatt

Master mariner.  Born Southampton.  From Hellfire Corner : Captain of the Great Eastern Railway Company's steamer Brussels, he in utter defiance of the Germans continued to work the Rotterdam-Briti...

Person, Commerce, Execution

War dead, WW1
2 memorials
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
Peter the Great Company of St Petersburg

Peter the Great Company of St Petersburg

We can find nothing about this but guess it is some offshoot of the Russian embassy.

Group, Commerce, Politics & Administration, Russia

1 memorial
John Payton

John Payton

A local business man, he had the vision to create Camden Passage antiques market in the early 1960s. We can't prove that he was also a sculptor but his surname is inscribed on the Cruden relief bus...

Person, Commerce, Sculpture

1 memorial