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Thomas Ripley

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Thomas Ripley

Master Carpenter. Designed the Ripley block of the present Admiralty building in 1726.

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Thomas Ripley

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Old Admiralty Building

In the mid 16th century this site was the timber yard for the nearby Whitehal...

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Thomas Neale MP

Thomas Neale MP

Entrepreneur, the organiser of England's first lottery. Known as 'The Great Projector' although the layout of the Seven Dials area is his only surviving London project. Neal Street and Neal's Yard...

Person, Architecture, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Moxhay's Hall of Commerce in Threadneedle Street

Moxhay's Hall of Commerce in Threadneedle Street

From British History: The Hall of Commerce, existing some years ago in Threadneedle Street, was begun in 1830 by Mr. Edward Moxhay, a speculative biscuit-baker, on the site of the old French church...

Building, Architecture, Commerce

1 memorial
The Royal Hospital Chelsea

The Royal Hospital Chelsea

A retirement and nursing home for British soldiers who are unfit for further duty due to injury or old age. They are popularly known as ‘Chelsea Pensioners’. Female pensioners were first admitted i...

Building, Architecture, Armed Forces, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials
Whinney, Son and Austen Hall

Whinney, Son and Austen Hall

Architects active at least 1929 - 1977. 30 Cannon Street being their modernist masterpiece.

Group, Architecture

2 memorials
J. Kingwell-Cole

J. Kingwell-Cole

Architect active in 1902 and second cousin of John Reynold Roberts.

Person, Architecture, Friend / family

1 memorial