Person    | Male  Died 16/8/1681

Sir Joseph Sheldon

Categories: Lord Mayor

Sir Joseph Sheldon

Lord Mayor of London, 1675-6. Nephew of Gilbert Sheldon, Archbishop of Canterbury. Master of the Drapers' Company 1676. Built a church in Paddington which was taken down in 1787. Sheldon Square, W2 is named for him.

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Sir Joseph Sheldon

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The Monument - east and south

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