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Sir Roger Cook

Lord Mayor of London, in September 1997.

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Sir Roger Cook

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Hodge the Cat

Hodge is sitting on a leather-bound book ("A Dictionary of the English Langua...

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Sir Sydney Harold Gillett

Sir Sydney Harold Gillett

Lord Mayor in 1958. He seems to have not used the 'Sydney' in his name.

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir John Wollaston

Sir John Wollaston

Born at Perton in Staffordshire. His name varies in spelling: Wollaston or Woolaston. In London, apprenticed to the Goldsmiths' Company from 1604 to 1611. Achieved great wealth in the City of Londo...

Person, Benefactor, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

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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
James Clarke Lawrence

James Clarke Lawrence

MP for Lambeth from 1865, and Lord Mayor 1868-9. In 1887 he and his brother Edwin funded a new building in Kensington for the Unitarians, see Essex Street Chapel. His nephew was Frederick Pethick-L...

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Robert Geffrye

Sir Robert Geffrye

Alderman, merchant and slave trader. From Cornwall, possibly Landrake. DOB uncertain. A member of the Ironmongers' Company and Lord Mayor, 1685-6. Married but produced no children and his wife pred...

Person, Lord Mayor, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration, Race Issues

1 memorial