1834

Richard Wall died leaving his widow, Ann, and 19 year old Thomas Wall to run the business. They continued trading as Ann Wall and Son. Ann died very shortly after the death of her husband and Thomas Wall took sole charge of the business.

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1834

Richard Wall’s business became legendary. He moved to larger more prestigious premises at Jermyn Street.  

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1817

Thomas Wall was born, followed by a sister, Eleanor in 1824.  

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1812

1812 Richard received the first Royal Appointment to George, Prince of Wales as “Purveyor of Pork” and Richard continued to serve him as both Prince Regent and later as King George III.

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1786

Richard Wall opened his business as a pork butcher in St. James’s Market, London.

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