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Mattock & Parsons

Categories: Property

Builders active 1890 - 1912 at least, initially as Mattock Bros, and based in Wood Green at one point. This image comes from the 1909 Book of the Exhibition of Houses and Cottages, Romford Garden Suburb, Gidea Park. This is a quality publication with many lovely drawings of the houses and a charming map - do have a look.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Mattock & Parsons

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Hornsey Central Hospital - foundation stone, 1907

To the glory of God and for the healing for the poor this stone was laid on 7...

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Lorne House

Lorne House

Early-mid 19th century pair of terraced houses, now Grade II Listed. From 1945 on this property has had a chequered career. Lome House was approved for the education and training of girls sent the...

Building, Medicine, Property

1 memorial
C. P. Roberts

C. P. Roberts

Builder of Islington Library in 1906.  From British History Online: "C. P. Roberts & Co. was founded by Charles Philip Roberts, born in Islington in 1846, who set up as a builder and decorator ...

Person, Property

1 memorial
Tottenhall Manor

Tottenhall Manor

Dates back to at least the 15th century. Purchased by Charles Fitzroy (later Lord Southampton) and in 1761 he commissioned a survey of the land contained. It seems to have encompassed a large area...

Place, Property

1 memorial
Kipling House

Kipling House

This 1888 map has this building (now number 43) as number 19, and shows it having 7 and a half floors and a basement. From the Daily Mail: Kipling's apartment was on the 5th floor. The Victorian W...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Holliday & Greenwood Ltd

Holliday & Greenwood Ltd

Contractors active in 1907. National Archives have records for this company 1871-1976.

Group, Property

2 memorials