Place    From 1650 

Whitecross Street Market

Categories: Commerce

One of London's oldest markets. Started trading in 17th century and was known locally as "Squalors Market". This information, on the plaque, comes from Wikipedia. We can't add to it.

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Whitecross Street Market

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Whitecross Market

Whitecross Market, one of London's oldest markets. Started trading in 17th c...

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Thomas Coutts

Thomas Coutts

Banker. Born Edinburgh. With his brother, James, came to London and worked in a bank founded in 1692 by John Campbell. James married Campbell's grand-daughter and through her inherited the bank. Th...

Person, Commerce, Scotland

2 memorials
Whitten Timber

Whitten Timber

A family run business, supplying natural timber and timber based products.

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
Ray A. Kroc

Ray A. Kroc

Businessman. Born in Oak Park, near Chicago. He joined McDonald's in 1954 and built it into the most successful fast food operation in the world.

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink, USA

1 memorial
General Post Office

General Post Office

The first general post office in London opened in 1643, after King Charles I legalised use of the royal posts for private correspondence. It was possibly located on Cloak Lane near Dowgate Hill, in...

Building, Commerce

5 memorials