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unidentified mill in Great Sutton Street

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Where there are six millstones surely there must have been a mill?

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unidentified mill in Great Sutton Street

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Millstones

{On a modern sign:} These millstones were found during the excavation of the ...

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Mark Hanbury Beaufoy

Mark Hanbury Beaufoy

Businessman and politician. Born South Lambeth, nephew of Henry Beaufoy. Aged 10 he inherited the business. 1881 chaired the meeting at which the Children's Society was founded. 1884 married Mildre...

Person, Food & Drink, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
The Ivy restaurant

The Ivy restaurant

The Ivy, opened by Abele Giandolini, as an unlicensed Italian cafe in 1917 in a building on the same site. Famous as a theatrical-celebrities haunt, possibly due to its late closing time of near-mi...

Place, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Elizabeth David

Elizabeth David

Cookery writer. Born as Elizabeth Gwynne into a wealthy family. Travelled in Europe and around the Mediterranean, spending some years in Cairo, where she married in 1944. Returned to England in 194...

Person, Food & Drink, Literature, Seriously Famous

1 memorial
William Lambe

William Lambe

1569-1570 Master of the Clothworkers' Company. Three wives but childless which allowed for his philanthropy. 1564-1577 he financed the rebuilding of the Holborn Conduit which, until its demolition ...

Person, Food & Drink, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration

3 memorials
White Horse Cellars at Hatchett's Hotel

White Horse Cellars at Hatchett's Hotel

This building is still at 66-68 Piccadilly, on the north-east of the junction with Dover Street.  Architect: Weatherley and Jones. From British History (written in 1878, just 10 years before Selby...

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink, Transport

1 memorial