Person    | Male  Born 1661  Died 1724

Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford

Statesman. Harley Street was named after him.

Responsible for the creation of the South Sea company and was the first governor. This company later became a major player in the Atlantic slave trade.

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Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford

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Pepys, Harley, Etty, Stanfield

In a house formerly standing on this site lived Samuel Pepys, 1633 - 1703, di...

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Michael John Cassidy, BA, MBA, Deputy

Michael John Cassidy, BA, MBA, Deputy

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Thomas Godfrey Baynes

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William Bradley

William Bradley

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Old Poplar Town Hall

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At Poplar High Street, Woodstock Terrace corner. Listed Grade 2, architects: Hills, Fletcher and Harstons. Built in 1870 for the Poplar District Board of Works, which in 1900 became the Poplar Boro...

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