Person    | Male  Born 1519  Died 1579

Sir Thomas Gresham

Created the Royal Exchange in 1566 where the Gresham family crest, a grasshopper, can be seen. Son of Richard Gresham who was a Lord Mayor of London but Thomas never was.

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Sir Thomas Gresham

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Holborn Viaduct - Gresham

{On a granite plaque below the statue:} Sir Thomas Gresham, born c.1519, die...

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Sir Thomas Gresham - Old Broad Street

In a house on this site lived Sir Thomas Gresham, 1519 - 1579. The Corporati...

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The Three Cripples public house

The Three Cripples public house

Pub in Charles Dickens's "Oliver Twist".

Fiction, Commerce, Fictional, Food & Drink

1 memorial
South Suburban Gas Company

South Suburban Gas Company

Founded as the North Surrey Gas Company, it became the Crystal Palace District Gas Company before changing to its final name in 1904. It amalgamated with various other companies and was nationalise...

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
Frederick George Lucas

Frederick George Lucas

Chairman and managing director of the Brilliant Sign Company. He purchased the company in 1902 and served as chairman for more than fifty years.

Person, Commerce, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Luigi Manze

Luigi Manze

Member of the eel, pie and mash shop family.

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial