Place    From 1652 

Pasqua Rosee's Head

Categories: Commerce, Food & Drink

Place

First London coffee house, opened by Pasqua Rosée. The Telegraph produced a good article about coffee houses in London.

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Pasqua Rosee's Head

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Pasqua Rosee's Head

This probably isn't a City of London plaque - though blue and oblong, the pro...

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Joe Jenkins
1 memorial
Harkness Roses

Harkness Roses

Rose growing company, founded in Yorkshire by brothers John and Robert Harkness, and still run as a family firm.

Group, Commerce, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Whitechapel Bell Foundry

Whitechapel Bell Foundry

This foundry is the oldest manufacturing company in the UK and is still making bells at 32/34 Whitechapel Road. Probably their most famous creation is Big Ben (we thank Alice, a member of a childre...

Place, Commerce, Engineering

4 memorials
Sir Francis Crossley

Sir Francis Crossley

Carpet manufacturer, politician and philanthropist. Born in Halifax, Yorkshire. He worked at his father's massive carpet factory before entering parliament in 1852. He erected twenty-one almshouses...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Italo Svevo

Italo Svevo

Businessman and author. Born in Trieste (then part of Austria-Hungary) as Aron Ettore Schmitz. The pseudonym translates as 'Swabian Italian', but as the only definitions of Swabian relate to places...

Person, Commerce, Literature, Austria, Hungary, Italy

1 memorial