Person    | Male  Born 1631 

Sir Thomas Davies

Categories: Lord Mayor

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 was completed. We couldn't find a picture of him but here's his crest.

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Sir Thomas Davies

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The Monument - east and south

{East face - Latin inscription with a bronze plaque below:} Translation of th...

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