Appendix
Residents in 1871

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1975

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'Appendix: Residents in 1871', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. 357-364. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47541 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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APPENDIX

Residents in 1871

This table is primarily based upon the census taken on 2-3 April 1871, and presents information about all the inhabitants of all completed and occupied houses in certain streets, as they were on the night of the census. The streets are Cromwell Gardens, Cromwell Place, Elvaston Place, Queen's Gate, Queen's Gate Gardens, Queen's Gate Place, Queen's Gate Terrace, Queensberry Place, Stanhope Gardens, that part of Cromwell Road within the area covered by the present volume, and Nos. 37–59 (odd) Gloucester Road. Except in Cromwell Road and Gloucester Road, any house in the above streets which is not listed in this table was, at the time of the census, either unbuilt or unoccupied.

All information printed in Roman type is derived from the census schedules. All information in italic type is taken from other sources, chiefly Frederick Boase, Modern English Biography (7 vols., 1965 ed.), the Dictionary of National Biography, The Complete Peerage, ed. G.E.C., the Post Office Directories, and The Aristocracy of London Part I, Kensington, 1863 (B.M. pressmark PP 2505 ae).

The following abbreviations are used: b, bachelor; dem, house now demolished; D.L., Deputy Lieutenant; m, married man, wife also resident; ma, married man or woman, spouse absent; sp, spinster; w, widow or widower. An asterisk denotes that one of the servants was a governess. When the total household is greater than the sum total of the persons enumerated in the preceding columns, the difference represents the presence of unrelated visitors on the night of the census.

The evidence contained in the table is discussed on pages 319–24.

House No. Householder Age Condition Sons and daughters Other relatives Servants All household
CROMWELL GARDENS: SOUTH SIDE
1dem John Spicer, builder. Built Cromwell Gardens 56 m 4 0 1 7
4 dem Hugh Hammersley, army agent 52 m 8 0 13* 23
5 dem Frederick Milbank, M.P. N. Riding Yorks: seat, Barningham Park, Yorks 50 m 3 1 9 15
CROMWELL PLACE: EAST SIDE
1 Charles L. Norman, partner in Baring Bros., merchants: also of Bromley, Kent: servants in charge 6 6
2 Arthur Payne, M.A., dividend from houses 39 m 3 0 5 10
3 Frederick Lucas Cook, merchant 26 m 2 0 6 10
4 Sir Coutts Lindsay, 2nd bart., artist and dilettante: also of Balcarres, Fife 2 0 10 14
CROMWELL PLACE: WEST SIDE
6 Lord Edward Thynne, M.P., 5th son of 2nd Marquess of Bath: no profession 64 m 1 0 4 7
7 John Everett Millais, R.A., artist 41 m 5 1 5 13
8 Lucy Lopes, wife of H. C. Lopes, M.P., Q.C., later 1st Baron Ludlow 42 ma 6 0 6 13
9 George Palmer, annuitant 68 w 0 1 4 6
10 Emma Parke, private income: widow of William Parke, solicitor 46 w 5 0 4 11
11 Cecilia Cardwell, annuitant 73 w 2 0 4 7
12 Mrs. Jameson and Arthur Duke Coleridge: servant in charge 1 1
13 B. Blackburn, annuitant 82 w 0 0 5 6
14 Sir Alfred Slade, 3rd bart., later receiver-general of inland revenue 36 m 4 0 7 13
15 Caretaker and family 4
16 Caretaker and wife 2
17 Caretaker and wife 2
CROMWELL ROAD: SOUTH SIDE
1 Philip Rose, solicitor, treasurer of county courts 54 m 4 1 9* 16
3 Lord Abinger, 3rd Baron, colonel, Scots Fusilier Guards 44 m 4 0 13 19
5 George Boucicault, no occupation 49 m 3 0 2 7
7 Sir John Lister-Kay, 2nd bart., J.P., D.L. 69 m 1 1 11 15
9 dem Frederick Tusdale: servants in charge 4 4
11 dem Elizabeth Bowden, annuitant, benefactress of Brompton Oratory 65 w 1 0 4 6
13 General Sir John Scott, K.C.B., retired, landowner 73 m 0 1 6 9
15 Emma Derby, annuitant, Dowager Countess, widow of 14th Earl (formerly Prime Minister) 66 w 0 0 7 8
17 Major Hector Straith, retired: caretaker in charge 3
19 Admiral Charles R. Drinkwater Bethune: unoccupied
21 Charles James Freake, builder employing over 50 men. 57 m 1 3 10 16
Built Cromwell Place and this part of Cromwell Road
23 10th Duke of St. Albans 2 0 8 10
25 William Crawford, independent: also of Gatton Park, Surrey 69 m 0 0 7 9
27 Augusta Dixon, annuitant 76 w 0 0 11 12
29 Hugh Cairns, Q.C., 1st Baron Cairns, Lord Chancellor 1868, 1874–80 51 m 6 0 12* 21
31 dem 2nd Earl of Durham: servants in charge 2 2
33 dem James Reiss, merchant, China 58 ma 0 0 8 9
35 dem Frank Morrison, landowner 47 m 0 1 8 14
37 C. M. Pigott, private income 48 m 1 0 7 10
39 Frederica North, annuitant, wife of W. H. North, later 11th Baron North 31 ma 5 0 9* 15
41 Anne Napier, annuitant 45 ma 5 2 7 15
59 Frederick Power, civil engineer 47 m 0 0 9* 13
61 Francis Stanley 3 0 8 11
69 Charles Mackillop, barrister 46 m 1 3 9 15
CROMWELL ROAD: NORTH SIDE
52 dem Edward Potts, retired solicitor 72 b 0 0 3 4
ELVASTON PLACE: NORTH SIDE
1 Edward King, house property owner 48 m 0 0 4 6
2 Emily Barrow, mine owner 27 w 2 0 7 11
3 Sir John E. E. Wilmot, 2nd bart., county court judge 60 m 3 0 7 12
4 Abraham Goodall, inspector general of H.M. hospitals 63 m 0 1 2 5
5 John Williams, merchant in China trade 48 w 2 0 5 8
6 Robert Strange, M.D.: servants in charge 3 3
7 William Caird, retired surgeon 67 m 0 1 3 6
8 Robert T. Eyston, examiner in Exchequer and Audit Dept. 42 m 2 0 6 10
9 George Henry Sutton: servants in charge 2 2
10 General Sir Patrick Montgomerie, K.C.B. 78 m 0 0 5 9
11 James G. Murdoch, banker 74 w 1 0 8 10
12 John Aiton, civil engineer and railway contractor 34 m 4 0 6 12
13 Augustus F. Perkins, brewer 34 m 1 2 8 13
14 Alfred Wilkinson, East India and China merchant 59 m 3 0 8 13
15 Margaret Frost, annuitant 49 w 5 0 8* 14
16 William D. H. Oehme, solicitor 41 m 0 0 4 6
17 Servants in charge 2 2
18 Edward Dyson: Servant in charge 1 1
19 John Goldingham, retired civil servant, Madras 70 w 1 2 7 13
20 Henry W. McGrath, clergyman without cure 68 m 0 0 6 8
ELVASTON PLACE: SOUTH SIDE
25 Richard Chetwynd, later 7th Viscount Chetwynd 47 m 3 0 5 10
26 Catherine Nash 61 w 0 0 5 6
27 Charles Morgan, solicitor 59 m 6 0 6 15
28 John Humffreys Parry, serjeant at law 55 m 4 1 6 13
29 Thomas H. Green, vicar of All Saints', Knightsbridge 47 m 0 4 7 13
30 Servants in charge 4 4
31 Miss Lawson: servants in charge 3 3
32 Joseph E. L. Brandreth, J.P., barrister, late Indian Civil Service 48 m 1 0 6 9
33 William Hinks Cox: servants in charge 4 4
34 Octavia Sebright, living on interest of money 66 sp 0 2 4 7
35 Alexander Cockburn, retired lieutenant-colonel 56 m 0 0 4 6
36 Major-General C. B. Daubeny, active list, infantry 60 m 0 0 4 6
37 Robert Campbell, landowner and barrister 39 m 1 1 3 7
38 Mary Mackintosh, governor's widow, Leeward Islands 57 w 0 0 3 4
39 Charles Eales, barrister, senior clerk, House of Commons 44 m 0 1 4 8
40 George Thompson, merchant 55 m 0 1 4 7
41 James F. M. Browne, lieutenant-colonel, R.E. 47 m 2 0 6 10
42 George Cavendish Taylor, retired army officer 44 m 4 0 6 12
43 Thomas H. Scarborough, solicitor: Charles Aldin, builder of Elvaston Place, a client 39 m 2 0 3 7
44 Caretaker and family in charge 4
45 Major-General Sir Frederick Chapman, inspector-general of fortifications 54 m 0 1 6 9
GLOUCESTER ROAD: EAST SIDE
(formerly PETERSHAM TERRACE)
37 Jane Stephens, baronet or knight's widow 77 w 1 0 5 7
39 Captain the Hon. Frederick Hunloke (formerly Fitzclarence),grandson of William IV and Mrs. Fordan: servant in charge 1 1
41 Philip Perceval, landowner 58 m 3 0 8 13
43 Amelia Halkett, baronet's widow, landed proprietor 63 w 1 1 5 8
45 Alexander Ullathorne, Australian merchant (formerly flax spinner) 34 m 5 0 5 12
47 William F. Allen, publisher, alderman of London (Lord Mayor 1867–8) 53 b 0 3 4 10
49 Major-General Sir Andrew S. Waugh, R.E. 61 m 1 0 5 8
51 James L. Thursby, retired major 43 m 3 0 6 11
53 Humphry W. Wodrych, serjeant at law, J.P. for St. Albans 75 m 1 1 3 7
55 Hugh R. F. Jameson, retired merchant 53 m 5 0 4 11
57 Thomas L. Read, surgeon, M.R.C.S. 37 m 5 0 5 12
59 Mrs. Cobden 4 0 6 11
QUEEN'S GATE: WEST SIDE
1 Henry A. Bruce, M.P., Home Secretary 1869–73, cr. Baron Aberdare 1873 55 ma 8 1 13 23
2 Elisa Mulholland 72 w 2 5 9 19
3 Alexander Macalister: coachman and family in charge 1 3
4 Dorothea Baird, widow of Francis Baird, Proprietor of the Baird Ironworks, St. Petersburg 61 w 1 0 7 9
5 Jessie Stuart, wife of Sir John Stuart, Q.C., barrister 88 ma 1 1 6 9
6 Elizabeth Kelvington 58 w 1 4 5 11
7 John Denistone, merchant, America 26 b 0 3 7 15
8 Frederick L. Galsworthy, auctioneer and land surveyor 44 m 4 0 5 12
QUEEN'S GATE: WEST SIDE (continued)
9 James Jamieson, retired merchant 55 m 6 0 9 17
10 Roger Cunliffe, banker: housemaid in charge 1 1
11 Alfred Fowler, no occupation 59 m 0 0 7 9
12 11th Earl of Dundonald: caretaker and family in charge 5
13 John A. Shaw Stewart, M.A., younger son of bart., J.P. Stirlingshire 41 w 3 0 8* 12
14 Jeanette A. Swaine 62 w 1 1 6 9
15 Edgar Garland, landowner 56 m 0 0 5 7
16 Thomas Ramsay 60 b 0 0 2 4
17 Marie Somes, rentière 54 w 0 6 5 12
18 Sir John Rose, merchant: Canadian barrister, financier and statesman 50 m 2 3 6 13
19 William H. C. Nation: caretaker and family in charge 3
20 Eustace Martin: caretaker and family in charge 2
21 Mrs. Price: servants in charge 5 5
22 David Stern: servant in charge 1 1
23 Frederick R. Leyland, Liverpool steamshipowner 39 m 3 1 9* 15
24 Sir Frederick Arthur, 2nd bart., J. P., retired colonel 54 m 3 0 12* 17
25 dem George Duncombe, fundholder 45 m 8 0 10 20
26 John, 1st Baron Lawrence, formerly governor-general of India and later chairman of the London School Board 60 m 3 0 9 15
27 Emma Humphrey 41 w 8 0 9 19
28 W. F. Aldin, builder's clerk, ? brother of Charles Aldin, builder, ? acting as caretaker 33 m 5 0 1 9
30 Henry Ames, landowner 50 w 1 0 4 7
35 Fanny Shaw 55 ma 2 0 2 5
36 James Holdsworth, landed proprietor 45 m 6 0 2** 10
37 Servants in charge 12 11
45 Labourer and family in charge 1 13
48 William Leask, colonial broker 51 m 2 0 7* 11
50 Thomas Speyer, merchant 32 m 2 0 9 13
51 Henry Brassey, M.P., son of Thomas Brassey, railway contractor 30 m 2 0 11 15
53 Archibald Robertson, retired member of Bombay Civil service 48 m 3 0 7 12
54 Walter R. Cassells, retired East India merchant 44 b 0 0 5 8
55 Sir Richard Baggallay, M.P., M.A., barrister, Later a Lord Justice of Appeal 54 m 9 0 8 19
56 Richard Courage, brewer 40 m 6 1 9 18
57 Harriet Kirby 67 w 2 0 5 8
58 Charlotte Gladstone 52 ma 3 0 7 11
59 Mary Colley, landowner 49 w 1 0 4 8
60 Henry Campbell, M.P., son of Scottish landed proprietor 34 m 0 1 6 10
61 Rev. William T. K. Davies 44 ma 0 0 2 3
62 Hon. Robert Grosvenor, M.P., Later 2nd Baron Ebury 37 m 2 0 10 14
63 George Elger, barrister 41 m 4 0 10* 16
64 Caretaker in charge 1
68 Mary Champion de Crespigney, baronet's widow 46 w 7 0 11* 19
69 Francis Hamilton, late captain, 5th Lancers 30 m 3 0 9 14
70 George R. Hamilton, gentleman 49 m 0 3 8
71 Florence Puget, wife of Major John Puget 30 ma 0 0 4 5
72 Andrew Clarke, C.B., Lieutenant-colonel, R.E. 48 m 0 0 5 7
73 Caretaker and family in charge 7
74 James Grieve, M.P. for Greenock, merchant, partner in firm of Bain and Johnston of Greenock and St. John's, Newfoundland 60 m 3 0 7* 12
QUEEN'S GATE: WEST SIDE (continued)
75 Caretaker and family in charge 7
76 James Park, merchant, Swedish 51 m 6 0 6* 14
77 Hon. Sophia P. Sidney and her brother, Lord De L'Isle and Dudley 34 sp 0 2 7 10
78 Frances Galton 44 ma 1 1 6 10
79 Arnold B. Kemball, colonel, R.A.: later lieut.-gen., K.C.B. 50 m 1 0 6 9
81 Housekeeper in charge 2
82 Major-General John H. Lefroy, R.A. 54 m 2 3 6 13
83 Henry J. Daniell, retired colonel 60 m 0 1 7 10
92 2nd Baron Methuen: house keeper in charge 1 2
QUEEN'S GATE GARDENS: WEST SIDE
1 dem Hannah Fielden, wife of H. M. Fielden, M.P. 40 ma 3 0 9 13
2 dem Samuel Whitbread, brewer, M.P. 40 m 2 0 9* 13
3 dem Walter Broadwood, B.A., landowner and pianoforte maker 51 m 2 0 8* 12
4 dem Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff, M.P., Scottish landowner, under-secretary of state for India, lord rector of Aberden University 42 m 4 0 8 14
5 dem Henry Thring, parliamentary counsel: Later 1st Baron Thring 52 m 1 0 7 11
6 dem Caretaker in charge 1
7 dem Charles Seely, M.P., landowner and colliery proprietor 37 m 7 0 8* 17
8 dem James Caird, landowner and Inclosure Commissioner 54 m 1 1 7 14
9 dem Caroline Clutterbuck 66 w 0 0 6 7
10 dem William H. Daunt, iron merchant 48 m 6 2 9 19
QUEEN'S GATE GARDENS: NORTH SIDE
11 Servant in charge 1 1
12 John E. Taylor, barrister, proprietor of the Manchester Guardian 41 m 2 0 8 12
13 Rachel E. H. Gordon 41 ma 2 0 7 10
14 Sir Frederick James Halliday, K.C.B., member of Council for India 64 m 4 0 6 12
17 Rosalie Siltzer: lent money to Charles Aldin, the builder of Queen's Gate Gardens 44 w 3 1 7 12
18 Clement W. Unthank, J.P. and D.L., Norfolk, landowner 66 m 2 1 8 13
19 Mary E. Littledale, income from interest of money 48 w 3 0 9* 13
20 Henry Lumsden, landed proprietor in Scotland 46 m 2 0 7* 11
21 Martin B. Stapylton, barrister, J.P., N. Riding Yorks, landowner 38 m 3 0 5 10
22 Eliza Russell 50 w 5 2 10 18
23 Hugh McCulloch, American banker 62 m 2 1 8* 13
QUEEN'S GATE GARDENS: EAST SIDE
24 Alexander A. Campbell, J.P., D.L., East India merchant 48 m 2 3 10 17
25 Christopher Musgrave, gentleman 71 m 3 0 7 12
26 Joseph Bray, gentleman 48 m 3 1 7 13
27 Henry Bury, magistrate 59 m 5 0 11* 18
28 Edward Charrington, brewer, landowner, director of Economic Insurance Co. 59 m 9 1 9 21
QUEEN'S GATE GARDENS: SOUTH SIDE
47 Charles Prioleau, general merchant 43 m 3 0 7* 12
49 Housekeeper and family in charge 4
52 Frances Gosselin, landholder 52 w 5 0 9* 15
QUEEN'S GATE PLACE: NORTHERN ARM
1 William Burchell, attorney, promoter of Croydon Rly. Co. 1838, solicitor to Metropolitan Rly. Co. 71 w 1 5 9 16
2 John Copley Wray, chairman, University Life Assurance Society 44 m 1 0 4 7
3 George G. Tremlett, M.A., slate quarry proprietor 43 m 0 0 3 5
4 Bonamy Dobree, banker 52 m 2 0 9 13
QUEEN'S GATE PLACE: NORTH SIDE
5 Sir John Blois, 8th bart., sheriff of Suffolk: servant in charge 1 1
6 Thomas Lewin, barrister and landowner 65 m 0 0 5 7
7 Christina Fairman, landowner 72 w 0 0 6 7
8 Rowland Winn, M.P.: servants in charge 2 2
9 Vice-Admiral Charles Eden, retired, youngest son of Sir Frederick Eden, 2nd bart. 62 m 0 2 8 12
10 Hon. Mrs. Yarde-Buller 43 w 8 0 2** 11
11 Ralph Assheton, M.P.: servants in charge 7 7
12 Sir William Grey, formerly lieutenant-general of Bengal: servants in charge 7 7
13 John Balfour, landowner, investments 56 m 1 0 5 8
14 Francis Hardinge, M.R.C.S. 43 m 0 0 3 5
15 Maria E. Maddy 73 w 1 5 7 14
QUEEN'S GATE PLACE: SOUTH SIDE
16 William W. P. Consett, landowner, J.P. for N. Riding Yorks 38 m 4 0 9 15
17 Maria Browne, Irish landowner 66 w 4 1 4 11
18 William E. Baxter, M.P. Montrose, secretary of the Treasury, Dundee foreign merchant 45 m 6 0 7* 15
19 Captain Arthur W. A. Hood, R.N. 46 m 2 0 7* 11
20 Eliza Elgee, wife of Captain Elgee 37 ma 6 0 7* 14
21 Thomas Digby, M.P., gentleman, son of K. H. Digby, misc. writer 30 m 0 0 8 10
QUEEN'S GATE TERRACE: NORTH SIDE
2 Henry Toogood, solicitor and parliamentary agent 54 m 4 0 7 13
4 Hon. Mrs. Dudley Ward 48 w 0 0 5 7
6 Griffith Thomas, solicitor 62 m 3 0 6 13
8 John Stapleton, M.P. Berwick, barrister, director of Royal British Bank 54 m 6 0 6* 14
10 Thomas Butler, landowner 56 m 1 1 8* 12
12 Martha Molyneux, widow of Captain W. H. Molyneux, R.N. 65 w 1 0 4 6
14 Thomas Tower, barrister 61 w 3 0 4 8
16 Hon. John Fiennes, D.L. Oxon., later 17th Baron Saye and Sele 41 m 8 0 9 19
18 Hon. Slingsby Bethell, barrister, clerk at the table, House of Lords, younger son of ist Baron Westbury, Lord Chancellor 39 m 4 0 8* 14
20 Charles Langton Massingberd of Gunby Hall, Lincs: servants in charge 4 4
22 John Marriott, retired merchant 77 m 1 0 7 10
24 Caretaker and family in charge 3
26 Emily T. Ashbrook, Dowager Viscountess 80 w 0 0 4 5
28 Charles J. Forbes, head of mercantile firm of Sir Charles Forbes and Co., Bombay, D. L. Aberdeenshire, succ. as 4th bart. 1877 28 m 4 0 8 14
QUEEN'S GATE TERRACE: NORTH SIDE (continued)
30 Sarah Abinger, Dowager Baroness 67 w 0 0 5 7
32 Mary Pearse 60 w 3 0 6 10
34 Richard Mills, solicitor 45 m 0 1 4 8
36 William D. Hull, retired army officer 65 m 0 0 6 8
38 William Sandwith, Bombay Civil Service Judge 39 m 4 0 4 10
40 William S. Shoobridge, barrister 45 m 1 0 3 6
42 George Bonnor, solicitor 49 m 0 0 7 9
44 Richard G. Bolton, no profession 35 m 4 0 4 10
46 Lady Emily B. Hesketh 72 w 1 0 9 11
48 Spencer H. Curtis, West India merchant 37 m 2 0 6 10
50 Duncan J. Baillie, lieutenant-colonel, Horse Guards 44 m 5 0 9* 16
52 Henry Hill, racehorse owner and punter 64 m 4 1 6 13
54 Joseph A. Hardcastle, M.P. 55 m 2 0 5 9
56 Clement T. Swanston, Q.C. 39 m 4 0 3 9
QUEEN'S GATE TERRACE: SOUTH SIDE
1 Caretaker and family in charge 3
3 Barnard Pauncefote, Civil Service retired, East India merchant 45 m 5 1 5 13
5 Dowager Lady A. M. A. Darell, widow of 2nd bart., East India merchant 80 w 1 1 5 8
7 Isabel Craven, wife of Lawrence Craven 40 ma 0 0 4 5
9 Caretaker and family in charge 9
11 Mrs. Lloyd: servants in charge 6 6
13 George Wood, lately lieutenant, Life Guards 52 m 3 0 7 12
15 Householder absent 2 1 7* 10
17 Lord Vivian: caretaker in charge 3
19 James Butler: caretaker in charge 3
21 Henrietta Gabrielli, wife of Antony Gabrielli, architect 34 ma 1 0 6 8
23 Edward Johnston, merchant 66 m 3 0 7 12
25 George G. Nicol, banker 62 m 0 0 4 6
27 Mary Hutchinson, annuitant, ladies' school 72 w 2 0 9** 33
29 Charles and Charles Frederick Millett: servants in charge 4 4
31 Henry Langley, J.P., D.L. Co. Tipperary, formerly wine merchant 50 m 7 0 9* 18
33 William Tayler, law agent, formerly Indian civilian 63 m 0 6 6 14
35 Frederick Partridge, merchant 48 m 3 1 7 13
South Kensington Hotel 56
43 Robert Dalglish, M.P. Glasgow, calico printer at Glasgow 63 w 3 0 8 13
QUEENSBERRY PLACE: EAST SIDE
1 Charles Tyller, retired Indian civil servant 52 m 7 0 6 15
3 Robert Ross, infantry colonel on half pay 47 m 0 0 5 7
5 Lady Augusta Seymour, marquis's daughter 72 w 1 0 4 6
7 William Taylor, major, Corps of Gentlemen at Arms 37 ma 3 0 5 9
9 Charles Belli, Bengal Civil Service 45 m 0 0 4 6
11 Walter Cocks, Audit Office 47 m 2 1 6 11
13 Charlotte Johnson, widow of Sir Henry Johnson, 2nd bart. 71 w 2 0 6 9
15 Prince Murat and Achille, grandson of Joachim, King of Naples 24 m 1 0 7* 10
17 dem H.R.H. Prince Murat, son of Joachim, King of Naples 67 m 0 1 8 12
23dem Edward Hayter, China woollen merchant 34 m 0 0 4 6
25dem Edward Digby, barrister 34 m 0 0 4 6
STANHOPE GARDENS: EAST SIDE
1 dem James McMaster, colonial merchant 53 m 3 0 6* 13
2 dem Edward O'Malley, barrister 29 m 0 0 4 6
3 dem Matthew Pilcher, barrister 30 m 0 0 4 7
5 dem Marie Beattie, landowner 35 sp 0 0 6 7
6 dem Douglas Freshfield, barrister, geographer and explorer 25 m 1 0 5 11
7 dem Sarah Davidson 68 w 3 3 4 13
8 dem William Ferrers, barrister 48 m 3 0 6 11
9 dem Alfred Waldy, late captain, 46th Regiment 44 m 3 0 5 10
10 dem F. G. Curling, lieutenant, R.E. 27 b 0 0 6 7
12 dem George Lawson, agricultural merchant 33 m 1 1 4 8
13 dem George Inverarity, retired Indian civil servant 49 m 0 0 4 6
14 dem Patrick Gammie, inspector general of army hospitals 58 m 0 0 3 5
16 dem Frederick Eck, retired merchant 64 m 3 0 5 10
17 dem Frederick Jolly, estate agent 24 m 1 0 1 4
18 dem Edward Senior, metal merchant 62 m 3 0 5 10
STANHOPE GARDENS: SOUTH SIDE
32 Anthony Norris, solicitor 53 m 1 0 6 9
36 Frederick Norman, barrister 32 m 0 0 4 6
37 Henrietta Ranken, wife of William B.Ranken, barrister 21 ma 1 0 5 7
STANHOPE GARDENS: WEST SIDE
57 Mrs. Wilson: servants in charge 2 2
58 Catherine Donaldson 57 w 1 0 4 6
60 Miss Ainsworth: servants in charge 2 2
61 Caretaker and family 3
62 William Jackson, builder of Nos. 57–62 Stanhope Gardens 55 m 3 1 2 8


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