Person    | Male  Born 4/9/1829  Died 1/7/1906

Wilfred Lawson Sir

Wilfred Lawson Sir

Radical, MP and temperance advocate, nicknamed "Dry Wilf". Second Baronet of Brayton.

Member of Parliament for Carlisle, Cockermouth, Camborne, 1859-1906. President of the United Kingdom Alliance, 1879 - 1906.

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Wilfred Lawson Sir

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Wilfred Lawson

This statue original had figures representing Temperance, Peace, Fortitude an...

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Sir John Lyon

Sir John Lyon

Sir John Lyon was a wealthy City merchant and a grocer, and Lord Mayor of London 1554-5. He was first cousin to John Lyon who founded The John Lyon School.

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink, Lord Mayor

1 memorial
Men from Whitbread & Co lost in WW1 & WW2

Men from Whitbread & Co lost in WW1 & WW2

Our picture shows the Chiswell Street brewery in the years just before WW1.

Group, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Bag o' Nails Club

Bag o' Nails Club

Established in the 1930’s.  From their own website: A well-known basement music hangout of the 1930's.  Featured in Anthony Powell's novel 'A Dance to the Music of Time".  WW2 the club was used as ...

Place, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink, Music / songs

2 memorials
Garraways Coffee House

Garraways Coffee House

Garraway claimed to be the first to sell tea to the public, but not, as far as we can tell, at the Change Alley site, where he moved his coffee house after the Great Fire of 1666, replacing another...

Building, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

2 memorials
National British Women's Temperance Association

National British Women's Temperance Association

Incorporated June 1896. We can't find any information about this organisation but think the NBWTA possibly mutated into the BWTA.

Group, Food & Drink, Religion

1 memorial