Mick F wrote:Nope.Paulatic wrote:Unless it was Bob or Jane Founders who the green had belonged to. Then surely its Founders Green.
If it was Bob Founders, it would be Bob Founders' Green.
Bob and Jane Founders would be a singular entity, so that would be Bob and Jane Founders' Green too.
S apostrophe is usually for plurals, but if the possessive ends in a S, it's S apostrophe too.
Apparently King;s Cross station has not always had an official apostrophe. Queens' college Cambridge was Queen's until 1831. And as mjr pointed out the history of apostrophe's in tube station name's is interesting.