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Neville House

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Sir Hugh Neville owned the Manor of Leadenhall including his mansion Neville House. He set up a small food fair on the grounds in 1309 and this grew into Leadenhall Market. Which suggests it is just a coincidence that the Roman forum (marketplace) was sited here.

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Neville House

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Leadenhall Market

Leadenhall Market The meat and fish Market first occupied a series of courts,...

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T. Rider and Sons

T. Rider and Sons

Builders active in 1975.

Group, Property

1 memorial
Worcester House - Strand

Worcester House - Strand

Used to be on the Savoy Hotel and Theatre site. Not to be confused with Worcester House - City.

Building, Property

1 memorial
12 & 14 Folgate Street

12 & 14 Folgate Street

Reading left to right the five 4-storey houses in the picture are numbers 18 - 10.  The picture source gives some detailed descriptions of the houses in their 1957 state and informs that in 1813 ou...

Building, Property

1 memorial
T. H. Adamson & Sons

T. H. Adamson & Sons

Builders active in 1887. Andrew Behan’s research has discovered: From Wandsworth Heritage Service: "T H Adamson & Sons was founded around 1790 in Chiswick, by Thomas Adamson, and was re-named ...

Group, Property

1 memorial
Marshall-Andrew & Co.

Marshall-Andrew & Co.

Building contractors.

Group, Property

1 memorial