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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Thomas. J. Barratt

Thomas. J. Barratt

Businessman and historian.  Born 25 Tottenham Place.  1864 joined A & F Pears as a bookkeeper and then married F. Pears's eldest daughter the next year. Historian of Hampstead, author of the 3...

Person, Commerce, History

1 memorial
Jones's butcher's shop

Jones's butcher's shop

Family business that survived until the 1970s. This photograph was taken in 1932.

Place, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Catholic Building Society

Catholic Building Society

Started by Vincent Byrne and the Hon. Nona Byrne at 49 Harrington Road. 1966 moved to Great Peter Street, Westminster. 1972 moved to Strutton Ground, occupying a number of buildings at different ti...

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
Anthony Richard Petch

Anthony Richard Petch

Anthony Richard Petch was born on 22 August 1945 in East Appleton, North Yorkshire, a son of Hugh Herbert Petch (1914-1996) and Peggie Petch née Smith (1921-1979). His birth was registered in the 4...

Person, Commerce, Tragedy

1 memorial