Person    | Male  Born 1764  Died 6/2/1833

Robert Waithman

Born Wrexham. A self-made man, a linen-draper who rose to the highest position in the City.
Lord Mayor: 1823 - 4
Sheriff: 1820 - 1
Member of Parliament: 1818 - 20, 1826 - 33

Died at home, 7 Woburn Place.

London Details have a lot more information about Waithman and his drapers shop, and about the nearby street named after him and some lovely tile work.

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Robert Waithman

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Robert Waithman - obelisk

Originally erected near Waithman's shop in Fleet Street at its junction with ...

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