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red mail Scio House Nursing Home, Putney Heath
"Scio House", formerly "Gothic House" was the residence of Mr. Eustratios Stephanos Ralli in the 1880’s (b. Greece 1800, d. 1884). His family had connections to the Greek island of Scio. By the 1920's it had become "Scio House Nursing Home". Was it a TB sanitorium? Did it have Merchant Navy connections? Albert E Lincoln (MN First Mate) died there in 1927. Do you have any further information on "Scio House Nursing Home"?
red mail Putney Surrey 1901
Looking for anyone related to the Holland family living on Sefton Street at the time of the 1891 and 1901 census.Father William Henry, mother Jane Holland(nee Coker) Four girls Amy,Ada,Alice and Florrie.Three boys Charles Henry,Frederick Arthur, and my grandfather William Arthur.
red mail Gray Family
I'm looking for any details on the Gray family. Reginald Gray was born around 1888/89 in Putney we think. He married ? and was supposed to have had quite a few children. He left her to live with an Ethel Ridoutt around 1920 where they had 3 children in Lambeth, the eldest being Reginald Gray as well. They left London and moved to Essex, where they had 4 more children, 7 in total, Reginald changed the family name to McCormick and his and the other Reginalds name to Robert. If this rings any bells with anyone could they please get in contact. Many thanks Susan
red mail Hackney carriages
My grandfather's family the Caffyn's and Pearcey's were hackney cab proprietors and lived in Chestnut Stables, Cambalt Road, Putney in 1910. I have tried so hard to find this location on the old maps and have come to a conclusion that perhaps they lived behind one of the big old houses that were there at the time. Can anyone shed any light on this please?

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