Building    From 1745  To 2003

White Horse pub

Pubwiki have a good page on this pub. A tavern has existed here since at least 1690. Known as the White Horse from at least 1745. Rebuilt c.1868-70 and again 1927-8. Closed and was demolished in 2003. The photo shows the Victorian building, probably shortly before it was demolished. The horse can be seen in that photo, looking black but we think that's just because it's in shadow.

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White Horse pub

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Lord Paul

Lord Paul

Business magnate, philanthropist and politician. Born Swraj Paul at Jalandhar, Punjab, India. He moved to England in 1966 to get treatment for his daughter who was suffering from leukaemia. Founded...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration, India

2 memorials
Hanseatic merchants

Hanseatic merchants

See the Steelyard.

Group, Commerce, Germany

1 memorial
Wilson Smithett & Co Ltd

Wilson Smithett & Co Ltd

Wholesalers of coffee, tea, cocoa and spices, located at 202 Blackfriars Road (2021). The Daily Mail has an interesting 2004 article about tea tasting at the Wilson, Smithett tea brokers office, S...

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
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