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Sir John Bell, Lord Mayor of London

Sir John Bell, Lord Mayor of London

Lord Mayor of London in 1907.

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Sir John Bell, Lord Mayor of London

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First house tree

October 2nd 1907. This tree was planted by Mrs Barnett on the occasion of th...

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First two houses on HGS

On 2 May 1907 Henrietta Barnett cut the first sod here. The ceremony involve...

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Sir William Lawrence

Sir William Lawrence

Alderman on the Bridge House Estates Committee, 1894.  Builder and Liberal party MP.  Lord Mayor 1863-4.  Uncle of Pethick-Lawrence.

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Thomas Davies

Sir Thomas Davies

Lord Mayor of London, 1676-7.  Pepys's bookseller.  The first Stationer Lord Mayor, though he had to translate to the Clothworkers to be eligible.  During his mayoralty the erection of the Monument...

Person, Lord Mayor

1 memorial
Henry Fitz Eylwin

Henry Fitz Eylwin

The first recorded Mayor of London: 1189 to 1212. Alternative spelling: Fitz-Ailwyn. His father was known as Eylwin de Londenstane (of London Stone).

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Alderman Sir Joseph Cockfield Dimsdale

Alderman Sir Joseph Cockfield Dimsdale

Sheriff of the City of London, 1894.  Born Cornhill.  Lord Mayor 1901-2. MP for the City of London from 1900 to 1906. Married Beatrice Eliza Bower Holdsworth in 1873. Our correspondent, Alicia Col...

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Edmund Stockdale

Sir Edmund Stockdale

Born into the landed gentry. Began his career with the Bank of England in 1921. Knighted in 1955 for services to banking. Lord Mayor of London 1959-60.

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

1 memorial