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Robert Hargreaves Rogers

Robert Hargreaves Rogers

Person  Male  Born 20/1/1850  Died 30/11/1924

Deputy of the ward of the parish of St Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury. The Story of a Victorian House has some details on Sir Robert since he once lived at Laurel House near Bexley, Kent. He was Chairman of R. H. & S. Rogers Ltd, a firm of shirtmakers which later traded under the name Rocola, founded by his father Thomas. Robert erected the fountain to celebrate his election as Deputy Alderman.

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Robert Roger's fountain

The remains of the church of St Mary Aldermanbury are behind this fountain.

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Robert Hargreaves Rogers

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Tower Bridge, 1894 - opening

In 1894 the royal personages listed at the top of the plaque as: Prince of Wa...

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