Building    From 1760  To 1829

Tyburn Turnpike House

Categories: Commerce, Property, Transport

This toll gate is thought to have stood about where Marble Arch now stands.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Tyburn Turnpike House

Commemorated atInformation

Tyburn Stone

We could not read most of the inscription on the stone but found it at San Fr...

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Frank Bearman

Frank Bearman

Retailer. Founder of the former Bearman's department store in Leytonstone.

Person, Commerce

1 memorial
Finlays

Finlays

From Finlays we learn that: James Finlay (d. 1790) began his career in Glasgow in the family textile business selling cotton goods. He moved into embroidered muslins and also manufacture. His son K...

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink, Gardens / Agriculture, Africa, Ceylon, Scotland

1 memorial
Great Exhibition

Great Exhibition

From the V&A website: "The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations was held in the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London. It was the first international exhibition of manufacture...

Event, Commerce, Museums / Libraries

13 memorials
Andrew Gibb

Andrew Gibb

Ship-repairer and philanthropist. Born in Glasgow. After serving his apprenticeship in shipbuilding, he came to London to ply his trade. He was deacon of St Mark's Presbyterian Church in Greenwich,...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy, Scotland

1 memorial
Crunchy the Credit Crunch Monster
1 memorial