Trader at Covent Garden Market at its original site.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Murphy & Browne
Large bronze relief "Fruit Porter Bronze", unveiled October 2006 by Mayor of ...
In the 19th century there was an extensive general market for butchers' meat and provisions, in a part of Somers Town, called the Brill. It was described as an "imposing palace of gin and bitters...
Formed as a trading company but went on to effectively rule India, on behalf of the British. Was involved in the slave trade.
Group, Commerce, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, Indian Sub-continent
Richard D'Oyly Carte founded the business. Married Helen. Their son Rupert inherited the business and passed it on to his daughter, Bridget.
Group, Commerce, Music / songs, Theatre
Henry Walton Smith and his wife Anna opened a small newsvendors in 1792 in Little Grosvenor Street. HW and then Anna died, and their sons took over, renaming the business after one of them, William...
A popular local personality. The following text came from the Greenwich Phantom, who would like any more information you have: Doug was the son of Bill Mullins, one of the ‘old school’ of dairymen...
Person, Commerce, Food & Drink