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Worshipful Company of Skinners

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Originally an association of fur traders, it is now an educational and charitable institution. It is one of the Livery Companies of the City of London.

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Worshipful Company of Skinners

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Tonbridge Club

Foundation Stone laid by Raymond Denham Poland Esquire, master of the Worship...

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May Fair

May Fair

The annual 15 day May Fair used to be held at the Haymarket but in 1686 it moved to the site of Curzon Street and Shepherd Market. About 100 years later it was suppressed by the local residents, ...

Event, Commerce

1 memorial
Richard Budd

Richard Budd

Born Brixton. Worked in the stock exchange. Father to Henry Budd and lived with Henry's family at 35 Russell Square. Died Tunbridge Wells. Originally buried at St Botolph, Bishopsgate but was moved...

Person, Commerce

1 memorial
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 (1514-92) who was a significant English landowner, who by 1564 had the lar...

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink, Lord Mayor

1 memorial
Gordon Victor Young

Gordon Victor Young

Businessman in the fish industry. "Who knew Billingsgate Market well and built up the family business, W. Young & Son." The quote is on the plaque but we can't trace it, or indeed, find out any...

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Burtons Menswear

Burtons Menswear

Clothing manufacturer and retailer. Montague Burton (1885 - 1952) was raised as Meshe David Osinsky,and emigrated from what is now Lithuania to England in 1900. He set up a business making and sell...

Group, Commerce

11 memorials