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London H.Q. of the Firm

Bow Church Yard

Letter dated October 1858

Letter dated November 1858

Letter dated January 1866

Letter dated March 1875

Perforated and Underprinted stamps

Needlecases

Kensington Palace Gardens 

History of the area

No 15 - George Moore's Mansion

George Moore's Neighbours

Subsequent Use & Occupancy of No 15

 

 

 

The London H.Q. of George Moore's firm was located at No. 5 Bow Church Yard but the Firm had other premises including a warehouse in Paris and a factory and warehouse in Nottingham in addition to factories in Glasgow and Manchester.

George Moore originally lived with his first wife at 17 Canterbury Villas Maida Hill but later Smiles tells us that he moved from a small house in Oxford Terrace to a Mansion House he had built in Kensington Palace Gardens.

George Moore undertook many charitable works in the capital as well as in his native Cumberland. He built at his own expense a Church and School in the deprived area of Somers Town.

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