Person    | Male  Born 6/7/1809  Died 16/11/1887

Sir William McArthur

Born Ireland, brother to Alexander. Moved his drapery business to London in 1857. Liberal MP 1868-85. Lord Mayor of London 1880-1. Supported a Methodist College in Ireland.

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Sir William McArthur

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Centenary Hall - McArthur

This stone was laid by Aldn. Sir Wm. McArthur, KCMG, MP, 9th July 1883. G. L....

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Sir Polydore de Keyser

Sir Polydore de Keyser

Born Belgium. The family moved to London in 1842 and his father established De Keyser's Royal Hotel on the site of what is now Unilever House. The son joined the business and the hotel became the l...

Person, Commerce, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration, Belgium

1 memorial
Henry Fitz Eylwin

Henry Fitz Eylwin

The first recorded Mayor of London: 1189 to 1212. Alternative spelling: Fitz-Ailwyn. His father was known as Eylwin de Londenstane (of London Stone).

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
Robert Waithman

Robert Waithman

Born Wrexham. A self-made man, a linen-draper who rose to the highest position in the City. Lord Mayor: 1823 - 4 Sheriff: 1820 - 1 Member of Parliament: 1818 - 20, 1826 - 33 Died at home, 7 Woburn...

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Henry Knight

Sir Henry Knight

Henry Edmund Knight was born in St Marylebone. 1882-3 the Lord Mayor of London. Sources: Wikitree, Grogono.

Person, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Thomas Davies

Sir Thomas Davies

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...

Person, Lord Mayor

1 memorial