Person    | Male  Born 1613  Died 1678

Sir Richard Ford

Categories: Lord Mayor

Sir Richard Ford

Lord Mayor of London. Born and buried at Bexley, Kent. One of the commissioners sent to Breda to request Charles II to return to England immediately. Began the construction of The Monument in 1671.

Involved in the slave trade.

 

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Sir Richard Ford

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The Monument - east and south

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