Person    | Male  Died 1917

Sir John MacDougall

Administrator and businessman. He held several positions on the former London County Council, including Chairman from 1902 - 1903. In most sources his name is spelt as McDougall. He was one of the flour producing family which developed a substitute for yeast that revolutionised home baking.

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Greenwich Foot Tunnel - north

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