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red mail Hill Side Cottages
I have found a census entry for my grandfather, Albert William Smith: address 63 Hill Side Cottages, Nursery St, Clapham North. Does anyone know anything about these residences, as neither Hill Side, nor Nursery Street still exist, as far as I can tell.
red mail Stowey house Open Air School
My mother Eliza Marshall attended this school in the early 1920's. Her brother Frederick had been in a Sanatorium with TB and died aged 21. Does anyone have information on this school?
red mail William Parker
I am trying to find William Parker. Married in St Paul's Church Clapham in 1877. He was born about 1857.
red mail LONDON CENSUS 1841 thru 1901
FOR SALE London census six sets 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1891, 1901, complete now surplus to requirements as I have already check out my relatives..any reasonable offer accepted
red mail Isaac Valler
I am interested in any Vallers living near Clapham Common in the c19.Isaac Valler was the common keeper,and his family were baptised at Holy Trinity church
red mail Carpenter
I am looking to contact family members of George Carpenter b 1844 who had roadmaking business at 83 Rectory Grove Clapham. Father (geo) had license of Duke of Normandy pub in Guildford Rd. Worplesdon from 1880's
red mail Clapham Surrey ,Lomer
I am looking for relatives of the Lomer Family that lived in Clapham,Surrey about 1880.
Charles Lucas
Part of the Lucas Brothers company, born 1822? can any provide details of his address there, date of demise etc. and immediate family history.
red mail George Hibbert
George Hibbert M.P. lived on clapham common until approx 1829 he was a art and book collector west india merchant slave owner and trader,in the rum and sugar importing business from Jamaica ship owner,involved in building The west india docks London, the commercial road london.also alderman of the city of london,and botanist the genus hibbertia is named after him,his gardens at clapham were said to be larger than Kew Gardens. He was also the first person to propergate Proteas in England . Any detailed info. about him or any of the above required

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