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Rugby Estate

Categories: Property

An area of land in Holborn owned by Rugby School. Lawrence Sheriff acquired the land in the 16th century and left it for the support of almshouses and a school. See there for more information.

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Rugby Estate

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Rugby Estate

Unveiled by A. N. Wilson, an historian educated at Rugby, as part of the 450t...

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James Ashpital

James Ashpital

1883, Trustee of Lopping Hall, Loughton. According to G. Sludge, ".. perhaps related to the architect of St Barnabas, Homerton, was a builder who was born and lived in Loughton." James Ashpital w...

Person, Politics & Administration, Property

1 memorial
Sir Charles James Freake

Sir Charles James Freake

Architect, builder and patron of the arts.

Person, Architecture, Benefactor, Property

1 memorial
Fruiterers Hall & warehouses

Fruiterers Hall & warehouses

In 1754 the Fruiterers had warehouses at the “Three Cranes”, situated in a lane called Fruiterers’ Alley, running off Thames Street. The Company’s meeting place or hall at that time was the Fruiter...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Norway House

Norway House

Norway House and Norway Yard.  By the beginning of the 19th century this fine house set in its own large garden, had become a famous boarding academy for young gentlemen.  We know that in 1805 the ...

Building, Education, Property

1 memorial
Robert Horner

Robert Horner

Last private owner of Spitalfields fruit and vegetable market.  Came from Essex, worked in the market and managed to buy the lease in 1875.  Forced to sell to the City of London in 1920.

Person, Commerce, Property

2 memorials