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LIST OF ABREVIATIONS

Allen The History and Antiquities of the Parish and Palace of Lambeth, by T.Allen, 1826.
B.A. Building Act Case, London Country Council.
B.G. Lambeth Board of Guardians Minutes.
B.M. British Museum.
Brayley The History of Surrey, by E. W. Brayley, 5 vols. extended to 11, 1841–
Cal. Charter Rolls. Calendar of Charter Rolls.
Cal. L. and P. Henry VIII Calendar of Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII.
Cal. Pat. Rolls. Calendar of Patent Rolls.
Cal. S.P. Dom. Calendar of State Papers Domestic.
C.C. Church Commissioners.
C.E. Church of England.
Ch.C. Charity Commissioners, Report on Endowed Charities (Country of London), 1901–1903.
C.L.C. Chapter Library, Canterbury.
C.R.O. City of London Record Office.
D.C. Duchy of Cornwall.
D.N.B. Dictionary of National Biography.
G.E.C. The Complete Peerage, ed. G.E.C, 1910– in progress.
H.M.C. Historical Manuscripts Commission.
L.B.C. Lambeth Borough Council.
L.C.C. London Country Council.
L.C.C.R.O. London Country Council Record Office.
L.P.L. Lambeth Palace Library.
L.S.B. School Board for London.
Manning and Bray. The History and Antiquities of the Country of Surrey, by O. Manning and W. Bray, 3 vols, 1804–1814.
M.B.W. Metropolitan Board of Works (records with London Country Council).
M.P.L. Minet Public Library.
N.S. National Society Religious Education Office.
O.S. Ordnance Survey.
P.C.C. Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
P.O. Post Office.
P.O.D. Post Office Directory.
P.R.O. Public Record Office.
Q.A.B. Queen Anne's Bounty.
Q.S. Quarter Sessions.
R.B. Rate Books of St. Mary, Lambeth, in Lambeth Central Public Library.
R.I.B.A. Royal Institute of British Architects.
S.A.C. Surrey Archaeological Collections.
S.C.C.R.O. Surrey Country Council Record Office, Kingston upon Thames.
T.E.B. Technical Education Board.
T.P. Town Planning Case, London Country Council.
V.C.H Victoria Country History.
V.M. Lambeth Vestry Minutes, Lambeth Town Hall.

General Introduction

(PP. 1–17)

1. Census of Great Britain, 1801, vol. 1, p. 351. Census of England and Wales, 1901, Country of London, p. 18.

2. Inclosure Map; printed copy in L.C.C. Members' Library. Original in custody of the Town Clerk of Lambeth Borough Council.

3. Registrum Roffense, ed. J. Thorpe, 1769, pp. 459–460.

4. 46 Geo. III c. 57, local.

5. Cal. Charter Rolls, vol. 4, p. 428.

6. Red Book of the Exchequer, vol. III, pp. 1020–1022.

7. Cal. Pat.Rolls 1361–1364, p. 254.

8. London Gazette, Aug. 8, 1862.

9. C.C., Deed 124456 f. 45.

10. Cal. L. and P. Henry VIII, vol. XIX, part 1, p. 38.

11. C.C., Deed 171235, quit-rent rolls 1669–1728, under “Lady Cambden's heires” in 1676 and 1682.

12. P.R.O., C142/443, No. 64.

13. Ibid., E305/D8.

14. C.L.C., Register S, f. 306.
C.C., Muniments Register, vol. 6, Deeds 86568–86613.

15. Cal. Pat. Rolls 1350–1354, p. 304.

16. V.C.H. Surrey, vol. IV, p. 96.

17. 50 Geo. IIIc. 19, local.

18. Report and evidence of House of Commons Select Committee on Select and Other Vestries, 1830. Evidence of Lambeth Vestry Clerk.

19. M.P.L., Surrey pamphlet 4266.

20. With a spade on Stane Street, by S. E. Winbolt, 1936, especially pp. 178 and 213.

21. Roman Ways in the Weald, by I. D. Margary, 1948, ch. 6.

22. Manning and Bray, vol. III, p. 381.

23. English Place-Name Society, vol. XI, The Place-Names of Surrey, p. 33.

24. 4 Geo. I c. 4, private.

25. For this road see 10 Geo. I c. 13, public.

26. 24 Geo. II c. 58, public.

27. 26 Geo. III c. 131, public.

28. 58 Geo. III c. 76, local.

29. Lambeth Manor Inclosure Award and Map; original in custody of the Town Clerk of Lambeth Borough Council.
V.M. Oct. 7, 1823.

30. 49 Geo. III c. 175, local.

31. V.M. Dec. 14, 1821.

32. 16 and 17 Vict. c. 180, local and personal, West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway Act.

33. The London, Chatham and Dover Railway, by R. W. Kidner, 1952, pp. 4, 5.

34. 23 and 24 Vict. c. 177, local, L.C. and D. (Metropolitan Extensions) Act.

35. Information supplied by the Civil Engineer, British Railways (Southern Region).

36. Third Report from the Select Committee of the House of Lords on Metropolitan Railway Communication, Session 1863.

37. 26 and 27 Vict. c. 143, local, L.B. and S.C. Rly. (Extensions and Alterations) Act.
27 and 28 Vict. c. 314, local, L.B. and S.C. Rly. (Additional Powers) Act.
27 and 28 Vict. c. 195, local, L.C. and D. Rly. (New Lines) Act.

38. The Builder, 1864, p. 141.

39. 32 and 33 Vict. c. 99, local, Crystal Palace and South London Junction Railway Act.

40. 27 and 28 Vict. c. 195, local, L.C. and D. Rly. (New Lines) Act.
Kidner, op. cit. (ref. 33), p. 10.
The Builder, 1872, pp. 174, 533.

41. 26 and 27 Vict. c. 218, local, L.B. and S.C. Rly. (South London, Tooting, etc. Junction Railways)Act.
27 and 28 Vict. c. 314, local, L.B. and S.C. Rly. (Additional Powers) Act.
Dates of opening supplied by Civil Engineer, British Railways (Southern Region).

42. The London Tramcar 1861–1951, by R. W. Kidner, 1951, pp. 2–4.
The Builder, 1862, p. 324.

43. Maps in the L.C.C. Member's Library.

44. Address on the Streets and Traffic of London, delivered to the Society of Arts, 1898, by Sir John Wolfe Barry, 1899, pp. 5 and 6 (copy in L.C.C. Member's Library).

45. London's Underground, by F. Henry Howson, 1951, pp. 31–35.

46. 16 Geo. III c. 58, private.

47. D.C., Minutes of the Prince's Council, Dec. 1, 1791.

48. 47 Geo. III (Sess. 2) c. 128, local.

49. 5 Geo. IV c. 37, private.

50. 6 Geo. IV c. 47, private.

51. P.R.O., C P 24 (10)/113/3.

52. V.M. Dec. 14, 1821.

53. The Works of John Ruskin, ed. E. T. Cook and A. Wedderburn, 1908, vol. XXXV: Praeterita, pp. 15, 20, 26.

54. Ibid., pp. 35, 36 n.

55 Ibid.., p. 39.

56. Ibid., pp. 130–131.

57. Homes and Haunts of John Ruskin, by E. T. Cook, 1912, p. 13.

58. Praeterita, p. 47.

59. 5 Geo. IV c. 5, private. P.R.O., C 110/21–22. L.C.C. R.O., C/85/550.

60. British Railways (Southern Region), Deeds.

61. 4 and 5 Vict. c. 35, public.

62. 6 Anne c. 31, public.

63. 7 and 8 Vict. c. 84, public.

64. 18 and 19 Vict. c. 122, public.

65. L.C.C. Records, District Surveyors' Returns.

66. Higgs and Hill Limited, 1898–1948: souvenir of the fiftieth anniversary of the Incorporation of the Company, 1948.

67. Information supplied by Mr. C. D. Hill.

68. Life and Labour of the People in London, by Charles Booth, 1902, 3rd series, vol. 4, p. 166.

69. D.C., Kennington Demesne Correspondence 71.

70. Second Report of Royal Commission on Friendly and Benefit Building Societies, 1872; vol. XXVI, sess. 1872.

71. 37 and 38 Vict. c. 42, public.

72. Lambeth Building Society, 1852–1952, p. 25 (copy in L.C.C. Members' Library).

73. L.C.C. R.O., C/85/550.

74. C.C., Deed 125761.

75. 27 and 28 Vict. c. 195, local, section 134.

76. L.C.C. Records: Housing development and workmen's fares, report by the Valuer to the Housing of the Working Classes Committee, 1912, appendix 5, p. 20.

77. V.M. March 5, 1819.

78. L.B.C., Churchwardens' Minutes, Jan. 29, 1850.

79. L.S.B. Minutes, March 15, 1876.

80. The Builder, 1875, p. 39.

CHAPTER I (pp. 19–56)

Kennington

1. P.R.O., E 36 /168, pp. 95–101.

2. C.R.O., “A breife abstracte of the Survey of the manor of Kennington taken by John Norden 1615".

3. D.C., Harbord's survey of the demesne lands of the Manor of Kennington, 16 36.

4. P.R.O., E 31 7/Surrey 33.

5. Ibid., E 31 7/Surrey 34.

6. D.C., Survey of the Manor of Kennington, 17 85–1786, by John Hodskinson and John Middleton.

7. M.P.L., History of the Manor of Kennington in the Country of Surrey (MS.) by E. R. L. Clowes.

8. L.C.C. Architect's Dept., Street Naming Plan, No. 7837.

9. An exact survey of the cities of London, Westminster and boro's of Southwark and country near ten miles round, 1741–1745, by J. Rocque.

10. Survey of London, vol. XXIII, p. 67.

11. 24 Geo. II c. 58, public.

12. Survey of London, vol. XXV, pp. 41–43.

13. 21 Jas. I c. 29, public.

14. 16 Geo. III c. 58, private.

15. D.C., Kennington Demesne Enrolment Book 10, pp. 165–173.

16. Ibid., Minutes of the Prince's Council, Dec. 1, 1791.

17. Metropolitan Improvements of London in the Nineteenth Century, by J. Elmes, 1827, p. 26.

18. C.C., Q.A.B., K 7109. M.P.L., Deed 12790.

19. 58 Geo. III c. 76, local.

20. D.C., Kennington Copyholds 95a, 105c and 105m, Correspondence.

21. Ibid., Kennington Demesne 582, Correspondence.

22. Ibid., Kennington Copyhold 106, Correspondence.

23. Ibid., Kennington Copyhold 170c, Correspondence.

24. Survey of London, vol. XXIII, p. 8.

25. Case between Sir William Clayton, Bart., and the Duchy of Cornwall, 1834; opinion of T. G. Western, p. 9 (copy in L.C.C. Members' Library).

26. D.C., Kennington Demesne 562, Correspondence.

27. Ibid., Kennington Demesne Enrolment Book D2, pp. 386–395.

28. Ibid., Kennington Demesne Enrolment Book D3, pp. 388–394.

29. Ibid., Kennington Demesne 581, Correspondence, Bundle l.

30. Surrey Cricket, by Lord Alverston and C. W. Alcock, 1902, p. 355.

31. D.C., Kennington Demesne 581, Correspondence, Bundle 2.

32. The History of Kennington and its Neighbourhood, by H. H. Montgomery, 1889, pp… 169–175.

33. Alverston and Alcock, op. cit., p. 62.

34. Hundred Years of Surrey Cricket, by H. D. G. Leveson Gower (centenary programme).

35. Montgomery, op. cit., p. 173.

36. D.C., Kennington Demesne 581, Correspondence, Bundle 3.

37. Alverston and Alcock, op. cit., p. 355.

38. D.C., Kennington Demesne 581, Correspondence, Bundle 4.

39. Ibid., Kennington Leases Enrolment Book 59, pp. 152–160.

40. Alverston and Alcock, op cit., p. 359.

41. Ibid., p. 360.

42. Ibid., p. 367.

43. C.C., Q.A.B., K7109.

44. R.B.

45. P.C.C., 615 Ely.

46. L.C.C, Kennington Park Papers (deposited by H.M. Office of Works with the Metropolitan Board of Works).

47. Except where other reference is given, this account is derived from a volume of Committee Minutes from 1823 onwards, preserved at St. Mark's School. Apart from Minutes, various documents, both printed and manuscript covering the period from 1817 onwards, have been bound into the volume.

48. St. Mark's School, Deeds.

49. V.M. June 4, 1825.

50. D.C., Kennington Demesne, Kennington Oval National Schools, Correspondence.

51. Ibid., Kennington Demesne Enrolment Book D2, pp. 166–175.

52. Ibid., Kennington Demesne Enrolment Book, Sales and Purchases, vol. XXXVII, pp. 355–364.

53. L.C.C. Minutes, May 30, 1905.

54. M.P.L., Deed 3457.

55. Newington Sessions House, Land Tax Books of St. Mary, Lambeth.

56. C.C., File 48165.

57. Allen, p. 383.

58. D.C., Kennington Demesne 69, Correspondence.

59. Ibid., Kennington Demesne 582 (Old Vestry Hall), Correspondence.

60. V.M. April 20, 1849.

61. 13 and 14 Vict. c. 57, public.

62. M.P.L., Surrey pamphlet No. 4266.

63. V.M. March 25, 1852.

64. D.C., Kennington Demesne Enrolment Book, vol. VI, pp. 261–268.

65. V.M. March 17, 1853.

66. Minutes of the Churchwardens and Overseers of St. Mary, Lambeth, March 4, 1852 (Lambeth Town Hall).

67. Ibid., July 13, 1852.

68. Living in Lambeth, by A. D. Nash, 1951, p. 56.

69. L.B.C. Minutes, April 2, 1908.

70. Ibid., April 1, 1909.

71. Everybody's Children: The Story of the Church of England Children's Society, by M. de M. Rudolf, 1950, pp. 1–5.

72. Annual Charities Register and Digest, 1954, p. 133.

73. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, Oct. 24, 1660.

74. The Builder, 1866, p. 437.

75. D.C., Gallows Common Correspondence.

76. The Times, April 11, 1848.

77. 15 & 16 Vict. c. 29, public.

78. 58 Geo. III c. 45, public.

79. Survey of London, vol. XXIII, p. 32.

80. C.C., File 18135.

81. 5 Geo. IV c. 103, public.

82. Georgian London, by J. Summerson, 1945, p. 208.

83. C.C., Church Building Commissioners' Minutes, Sept. 24, 1822.

84. The Gentleman's Magazine, 1827, part 1, pp. 10 and 11.

85. Lambeth Official Guide, 7th ed. (N.D., c. 1939), p. 86.

86. The Builder, 1849, p. 44.

87. 50 & 51 Vict. c. 34, public.

88. M.B.W Minutes, Jan. 13, 1888.

89. L.C.C. Minutes, July 18, 1922.

90. D.C., Kennington Park Extension 1920–22, Correspondence.

91. The Builder, 1862, p. 206.

92. The Builder, Jan. 2, 1953: “Henry Roberts, 1802–1876” by A. M. Foyle.

93. The Brick Builder, 1951, pp. 122–124.

94. Official Descriptive, Illustracted Catalogue of the Great Exhibition, 1851, vol. 11, pp. 774–775.

95. L.C.C. Minutes, May 24, 1898.

96. D.N.B.

97. P.C.C., 144 Pinfold.

98. Ibid., 18 Glazier.

99. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, June 4, 1754.

100. Ibid., Jan. 22, 1767.

101. P.C.C., 494 Walpole.

102. 45 Geo. 111 c. 112, local.

103. Deeds held by Messrs. Parsons Lee.

104. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, Sept. 16, 1819.

105. Deeds held by Messrs. Arnold, Fooks, Chadwick & Co.

106. Heavenly Mansions, by J. Summerson, 1949, p. 118.

107. The Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 1825 (catalogue), No. 884.

108. Roman Catholic Diocese of Southwark, Records, Appeal for the new Vauxhall Church, 1900.

109. Roman Catholic Dioces of Southwark, Records.

110. Final Report of the Church Building Committee, 1908 (copy with parish priest).

111. The Builder, Oct. 31, 1903, p. 439.

112. D.C., Kennington Copyholds 93a & 95b, Correspondence.

113. Deeds held by Messrs. Pritchard, Englefield.

114. D.C., Kennington Copyhold 95g, Correspondence.

115. Ibid., Kennington Court Rolls, Oct. 29, 1824.

116. Ibid., Kennington Court Rolls, G. f. 133.

117. Kent's Directory, 1776, 1779, 1780.

118. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, May 16, 1882.

119. Ibid., June 19, 1828.

120. Ibid., Kennington Copyholds 88a/4.2, 88a/5.2 & 94e, Correspondence.

121. Ibid., Kennington Court Rolls, July 27, 1819.

122. Ibid., Kennington Copyholds 100 p. 1, 100 p. 2, 100 p. 3 &100 p. 4, Correspondence.

123. Deeds held by Hayward Bros.

124. 45 Geo. 111 c. 119, local.

125. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, Oct. 28, 1808.

126. London Water Supply, by Sir Francis Bolton, revised by P. A. Scratchley, 1888, pp. 82–85.

127. Hydraulia; An Historical and Descriptive Account of The Water Works of London …, by W. Matthews, 1835, p. 126.

128. L.C.C. R.O., Surrey and Kent Commissioners of Sewers, Court Minutes, March 22, 1833.

129. 4 & 5 Will. IV c. 78, local.

130. Survey of London, vol. XXIII, p. 51.

131. 8 & 9 Vict. c. 69, local.

132. Deeds held by the Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes.

133. D.C., Kennington Copyholds 100a and 100t, Correspondence.

134. Metropolitan Improvements of London in the Nineteenth Century, by J. Elmes, 1827, P. 157.

135. The Morning Herald, Jan. 22, 1836.

136. A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects 1660–18&40, by H. M. Colvin, 1954, p. 514.

137. Architectural Magazine, vol. 3, 1836, p. 140.

138. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, April 3, 1813.

139. Ibid., April 29, 1800.

140. Ibid., Oct. 28, 1806.

141. Ibid., Kennington Copyholds 100d and 100h, Correspondence.

142. Deeds held by Mr. T. H. Gardner.

143. Survey of London, vol. XXV, p. 99.

144. 4 Geo. 1 c. 4, private.

145. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, passim.

146. Ibid., Nov. 27, 1764.

147. Ibid., Oct. 3, 1813.

148. Allen, p. 384.

149. Montgomery, op. cit. (ref. 32), p. 50

150. Brayley, vol. 3, part 2, p. 361.

151. L.S.B. Minutes, Dec. 19, 1895; Jan. 30, 1896; Oct. 7, 1897

152. Survey of London, vol. xxiii, p. 32

153. Deeds held by Messrs. E. G. and J. W. Chester.

154. M.B.W. Case 8564.

155. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, Oct. 27, 1797.

156. M.P.L., Deed 3457.

157. D.C., Kennington Copyholds 107b and 107c, Correspondence.

158. M.P.L., Deed 3506.

159. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, Sept. 14, 1815.

160. M.P.L., Deed 3520.

161. Ibid., Deeds 3520, 3528, 3529 & 3530.

162. Ibid., Deed 3527.

163. Ibid., Deed 3522.

164. Ibid., Deed 3521.

165. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, Aug. 23, 1793.

166. The Metropolitan, Sept. 8, 1888.

167. The Builder, Aug. 11, 1888, p. 106.

168. M.P.L., Deed 3525.

169. Ibid., Deed 3532.

170. Ibid., Deed 3538.

171. D.C., Kennington Copyhold 107, Correspondence.

172. Ibid., Bowden's Copyhold—Plans and Specification.

173. M.P.L., Deed 3510.

174. Ibid., Deed 3511.

175. Ibid., Deed 3512.

176. Ibid., Deed 3513.

177. Ibid., Deed 3514.

178. Ibid., Deed 3515.

179. Ibid., Deed 3516.

180. City and Guilds of London Institute (pamphlet). 1952

181. The City and Guilds of London Art School, prospectus 1954–1955, p. 4.

182. City and Guilds of London Institute, Records.

183. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, Oct. 20, 1742.

184. Ibid., May 13, 1763.

185. P.R.O., E 320/R20.

186. D.C., Kennington Court Rolls, Oct. 21, 1726.

187. Ibid. Oct. 28, 1779.

188. Ibid., Aug. 8, 1829.

189. Ibid., Oct. 30, 1815.

190. Ibid., Oct. 28,1817.

CHAPTER II (pp. 57–80)

Vauxhall and South Lambeth

1. The map is reproduced in Survey of London, vol. xxiii, Plate 123.

2. P.R.O., E 178/7073.

3. Rate Book, 1703; rate levied for new Vauxhall Bridge (in Town Clerk's custody, Lambeth Town Hall).

4. P.R.O., SC 2/205/11.

5. C.L.C., Miscellaneous Accounts, vol. 31, f. 39V.

6. P.R.O., E 178/4609.

7. Calendar of Inquisitions, vol. 1, 50, 564.
Cal. Charter Rolls 1261–1264, p. 178.
Cal. Pat. Rolls 1247–1248, p. 88, etc.

8. G.E.C., vol. iv, pp. 311–323.

9. P.R.O., C 132/29.

10. Cal. Charter Rolls 1231–1234, p. 323.

11. Red Book of the Exchequer, vol. iii. Introduction and pp. 1014–1023.

12. P.R.O., SC 2/205/10–12.
C.C., Deed 124453, et. seq.

13. Survey of London, vol. xxiii, p. 11.

14. Chartulary of the Hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr (Stowe MS. 942), 1932, p. 119.

15. Cal. L. and P. Henry VIII, vol. 16, No. 878/59.

16. Cal. L. and P. Henry VIII, vol. 17, No. 443/15.

17. “Chalcroft” which was part of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Manor of Lambeth in the 18th century (Survey of London, vol. XXIII, p. 31) was in the 15th century let by the Prior and Convent to the Archbishop under the name of “Calkescroft” (C.L.C., Miscellaneous Accounts, vol. 10, f. 26). The Prior and Convent also let land in the “Wild Marsh” to the Archbishop at the beginning of the 16th century. (C.L.C., Miscellaneous Accounts, vol. 31, f. 39v.)

18. London Gazette, Aug. 8, 1862, Order in Council No. 1371.

19. C.C., Deed 124453, ff. 4–62.

20. C.L.C., Miscellaneous Accounts, vol. 15, f. 107v.

21. Ibid., vol. 10, f. 26; vol. 31, f. 39 v.; vol. 15, f. 10.

22. Ibid. The volumes of accounts already cited records payments made by tenants for various closes.

23. C.L.C., Cartae Antiquae F 53.

24. Ibid., F 54.

25. C.L.C., Register N, f. 239b.

26. C.C., Deed 70432.

27. C.L.C., Register W, f. 33.

28. Ibid., Cartae Antiquae L 141.

29. L.C.C. Members' Library, May JLA 2387, 1824.

30. Ibid., MS. copy of lectures delivered by Dr. James F. Young, 1856–1857, on the history of Lambeth; first lecture, p. 72.

31. Victoria and Albert Museum, Print Collection, D 134.

32. C.L.C., Bedells Rolls, Fauxhall, Mich. 15Mich. 16Edward IV.

33. C.C., Deed 70308, f. 23.

34. Ibid., Deed 73736.

35. L.B.C., Vauxhall Park Deeds.

36. C.L.C., Box 16, Mawbey Papers.

37. Brayley, vol. 111, part 11, p. 363.

38. L.C.C. Member's Library, Map FN 474, 1840.

39. Foundation stones.

40. P.R.O., C54/14001, No. 8.

41. The Story of Congregationalism in Surrey, by E. E. Cleal and T. G. Crippen, 1908, pp. 276–283.

42. L.S.B. Minutes, Oct. 23, 1878, p. 526.

43. C.C., Deed, 70436a.

44. Ibid., Deed 124456, f. 76.

45. Ibid., Deed 124457, pp. 252–254.

46. Ibid., Deed 124458, pp. 278–285.

47. Ibid., Deed 124453, ff. 157–158.

48. Ibid., Deed 124455, ff. 73–74.

49. Ibid., Deed 124456, ff. 83–84.

50. 6 & 7 Vict. c. 20, private.

51. C.C., Deed 124457, pp. 285–394.

52. Ibid., Deed 124457, pp. 333–335.

53. Ibid., File 12992.

54. Ibid., File 24451.

55. The Builder, 1860, p. 688.

56. C.C., File 24831.

57. N.S. File.

58. C.C., Deed 124455, ff. 23–25.

59. Ibid., Deed 124455, ff. 145–146.

60. Ibid., Deed 124459, pp. 28–38.

61. Ibid., Deeds 124457, pp. 208–354; 124458, pp. 14–40.

62. The Builder, 1850, p. 320.

63. C.C., File 18135.

64. L.C.C. R.O., St. Barnabas Church Records.

65. Information supplied by the vicar.

66. C.C., File 33062.

67. R.I.B.A. Library, H. S. Goodhart-Rendel's card index of churches.

68. C.C., File 28843. Plan dated 1862 and correspondence.

69. Ibid., Deed 124453, f. 71.

70. Ibid., Deed 124453, f. 170.

71. Ibid., Deed 124459, pp. 85–87.

72. Ibid., Deed 124456, f. 109.

73. Ibid., Deed 124455, ff. 139–140.

74. Ibid., Deed 124455, ff. 144–145, f. 163.

75. Ibid., Deed 124456, ff. 118–120.

76. Ibid., Deed 124458, pp. 240–246.

77. Ibid., Deed 124455, f. 144.

78. R.B.

79. C.C., Deed 124457, p. 14. Nos. 1–12 New Dorset Place are here said to be in the tenure of Thomas Coope. “Coope” may be the Thomas Corpe who built similar houses elsewhere in Lambeth.

80. Biographie Nationale publiée par L'Academic Royale … de Belgique, 1872, torn. 111.

81. P.R.O., C 54/1729.

82. Ibid., C 66/1603.

83. C.L.C., Cartae Antiquae F 63.

84. S.A.C.. vol. VII, part 2, p. 133.

85. Survey of London, vol. XXIII, p. 7.

86. Cal. S.P. Dom. 1623–1625, p. 401.

87. Ibid., p. 458.

88. P.C.C., 74 Barrington.

89. C.C., Deed 70434.

90. Acts of the Privy Council, June-Dec. 1626, p. 369; Ibid., Jan-Aug. 1627, pp. 316–317.

91. P.R.O., PC 2/42, p. 142.

92. S.A.C, vol. III, The Manor of Kennington, by W. H. Hunt, p. 32.

93. H.M.C., 7th Report, Appendix I, p. 159.

94. Cal. S.P. Dom. 1648–1649, p. 351.

95. Ibid., 1660–1661, p. 337.

96. Ibid., 1665–1666, p. 361.

97. P.R.O., C54/4216.

98. Complete Baronetage, ed. G.E.C.

99. Cal. S.P. Dom. April-Oct. 1667, p. 496.

100. P.C.C., 88 Hale.

101. Ch.C., vol. IV, pp. 504–507, 532–534.

102. M.P.L., Deed 234.

103. D.N.B.

104. M.P.L., Deed 216.

105. C.C., Deed 124456, ff. 4–5.

106. L.B.C., Vauxhall Park Deeds.
P.O.D.
D.N.B.

107. Memorials of the Family of Beaufoy, p. 36 (private collection of Mr. H. M. Beaufoy).

108. M.B.W. Case 35980.

109. 33rd Annual Report of the Proceeding of Lambeth Vestry, 1889, p. 27.

110. 51 and 52 Vict. c. 178, local.

111. London Parks and Gardens, by Evelyn Cecil, 1907, p. 161, et seq.

112. The Times, July 7 and 8, 1890.

113. Octavia Hill, by E. Moberly Bell, 1942, p. 225.

114. Return of Outdoor Memorials in London, L.C.C, 1910, p. 23.

115. Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica No. XXXIX, The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Lambeth, … published by J. Nichols, 1786, p. 124.

116. South Eastern Gas Board, Deeds of Phoenix Gas Light and Coke Company.

117. Information supplied by Clerk of Lambeth Endowed Charities.

118. Report of Commissioners inquiring into Charities and Education of the Poor, 1815–1839, City of Westminster, pp. 677–678.

119. Ch.C., vol. v, pp. 355–360.

120. 16 and 17 Vict. c. 176, local and personal.

121. P.O.D.

122. Deeds and information of William Bloore and Son, Ltd.

123. Survey of London, vol. XXIII, p. 26.

124. L.C.C. Member's Library, Beaufoy Collection.

125. M.P.L., Deed P 219.

126. C.C., Deed 124453, f. 141.

127. P.C.C., 110 Fagg.

128. House of Lords, Acts of Parliament, No. 118, 18 Geo. III.

129. Maps of the 1840s show the gardens in the areas to be well set out.

130. M.P.L., Deed M 163.

131. M.P.L., Deeds B, D, 165.
L.C.C. Legal and Parliamentary Dept., Deeds of South Lambeth Road School.
See also p. 67.

132. C.C., File 22250.

133. The Builder, 1856, p. 667.

134. Mackeson's London Church Guide, 1894–1895.

135. The Builder, 1876, p. 571.

136. L.S.B. Minutes, Sept. 29, 1875; Nov. 17, 1875.

137. The Times, Dec. 3, 1888.
Tate Central Library, local collection.

138. Deeds of Capital and Country Laundries Ltd.

139. P.R.O., C 54/16644 No. 10.

140. Survey of London, vol. XXIII, p. 142 and Plate 111b.

141. C.L.C., Register Z f. 63.

142. 50 Geo. III, sess. 1810 c. 176, local and personal.

143. Survey of London, vol. XXV, pp. 82–83.

144. P.C.C., 63 Lee.

145. P.C.C., 72 Laud.

146. J. Nichols, op. cit. (ref. 115), Nos. XXIV and XXV.

147. P.C.C., 54 Reeve.

148. P.C.C., 97 Fane.

149. M.P.L., Deed N 219.

150. C.C., Deed 70434.
M.P.L. Deeds S 219, V 219.

151. C.C., File 29221.

152. Ibid., File 28519.

153. Ibid., Deed 69507.

154. Ibid., Deeds 69503, 69505 and 69507.

155. Ibid., Deed 69510.

156. Ibid., Deed 69504.

157. Ibid., Deed 69503.

158. Ibid., Deed 69505.

159. Ibid., Deed 69529.

160. Ibid., Deed 69525.

161. Ibid., Deed 69526.

162. B.A., Case 64492.

163. C.C., Deed 69512.

164. Ibid., Deed 69519.

165. C.L.C., Box 16. Bundle of papers, etc., Vauxhall Escheat.

166. British Railways (Southern Region), Deeds of Metropolitan Extension.

167. 45 Geo. III sess. 1805 c. 112, local and personal.

168. Survey of London, vol. XXIII, pp. 122, 123, 130.

169. Unless otherwise stated all the information about this house is gathered from British Railways (Southern Region), Deeds of Nine Elms Enlargement.

170. Burke's Peerage.

171. Encyclopaedia Britannica.

172. Heavenly Mansions, by J. Summerson, 1949 p. 118.

173. Opening of Vauxhall Bridge, L.C.C. Ceremonial Pamphlet, 1906.

174. 49 Geo. III c. 142, local and personal.

175. Vauxhall Bridge, by W. C. Copperthwaite, 1907.

176. The Times, Aug. 13, 1816.

177. 52 Geo. III c. 147, local and personal.

178. The Life of Brigadier-General Sir Samuel Bentham, K.S.G., by M. S. Bentham, 1862, pp. 287, 295.

179. L.C.C. Members' Library, Metropolis Toll Bridges Act, 1877. In Arbitration. The Vauxhall Bridge Company v. The Metropolitan Board of Works. The Evidence of F.C. Stileman, July 24, 1878.

180. Allen, p. 378.

181. Minutes of evidence taken before Select Committee on Metropolitan Bridges, 1854, para. 1174.

182. L.C.C. Members' Library, Metropolis Toll Bridges Act, 1877, etc. (see ref. 179). The Evidence of Edgar Doggett.

183. Select Committee on Metropolitan Bridges, 1854, para. 799.

184. 21 & 22 Vict. c. 32, local.

185. 40 & 41 Vict. c. 99, local and personal.

186. The Builder, Oct. 5, 1907, p. 361.

CHAPTER III (pp. 81–105)

Stockwell

1. B.M., Harl. Chart. 52, E 18 (1294).
P.R.O., C 134/97/1 (1326).

2. P.R.O., C134/97/1.

3. C.L.C., Miscellaneous Accounts, vol. 15, f. 107 v.

4. C.C., Deed 124454, f. 1.

5. Ibid., Deed 124456, f. 45.

6. M.P.L., Deed P 139.

7. P.R.O., SC2/205/12.
C.C., Deeds 124453–124454.

8. V.C.H. Surrey, vol. 4, pp. 56–57.

9. P.C.C., 15 Bodfelde.

10. Bibliotheca Topographic a Britannica, No. XXXIX, The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Lambeth …, published by J Nichols, 1786, Appendix, p. 55.

11. Cal. L. and P. Henry VIII, vol. XIX, part i, p. 38.

12. Cal. Pat. Rolls P & M., vol. 11, p. 314.

13. G.E.C.

14. P.R.O., C 54/1602.

15. M.P.L., Deed V 139.

16. M.P.L., Deed T 141 (John Norton). P.R.O., C 54/1602 (Thomas Norton).

17. M.P.L., Deed T 141.

18. P.R.O., C 142/374/97.

19. The Knights of England, by W. A. Shaw, 1906, p. 146.

20. P.C.C., 90 Fairfax.

21. M.P.L., Deed S 128.
P.C.C., 2 Hare.

22. Deeds in the custody of the Trustees of the Angell Estate.

23. M.P.L., Deed G 130.

24. Newington Sessions House, title deeds of House of Correction, Brixton.

25. Deeds in the possession of C. Hammerton and Co.

26. Deeds relating to the Jackson Estate, in the custody of Messrs. Fisher, Dowson and Wasbrough.
Deeds belonging to the Trustees of Spurgeon's Homes.

27. Manning and Bray, vol. 111, pp. 498–499.
M.P.L., Deed N 122.
Tithe Map of Brixton District of Lambeth.

28. P.O.D.

29. Deeds in the possession of Mr. P. B. Diplock.

30. L.S.B. Minutes, July 10, 1884.

31. L.C.C. Architect's plans.

32. L.C.C. Elementary Day Schools. Report of the Education Committee, 1905.

33. Foundation stone.

34. L.C.C.R.O., Records of All Saints' Church, Allen Edwards Road.

35. The Story of Congregationalism in Surrey, by E. E. Cleal and T. G. Crippen, 1908, p. 230.

36. Deeds in the possession of the Trustees of Spurgeon's Homes.

37. P.R.O., C 54/6640.

38. R.B.

39. Deeds in the custody of Mr. G. Edmund Hodgkinson, and deeds in the possession of the National United Temperance Council.

40. Deeds relating to the Jackson Estate in the custody of Messrs. Fisher, Dowson and Wasbrough.

41. Spurgeon's Homes, by Graham W. Hughes [N.D.]

42. The Metropolitan Tabernacle: its History and Work, by C. H. Spurgeon, 1876, p. 104.

43. The Life and Labors of Charles H. Spurgeon, by G. C. Needham, 1881 [catalogue 1883], p. 207.

44. Title deeds of Spurgeon's Homes, Stockwell.

45. C. H. Spurgeon, op. cit., p. 106.

46. The Times, Sept. 10, 1867.

47. Information supplied by the Secretary of Spurgeon's Homes.

48. Unless otherwise stated the information about the houses is based on the inscriptions on the foundation stones.

49. G. C. Needham, op. cit., p. 208.

50. Ibid., p. 210.

51. Story of Spurgeon's Homes, 1867–1927.

52. Building News, April 12, 1895, p. 511.

53. All the information about these houses was obtained from deeds in the custody of the Trustees of the estate of W. P. Goosey, deceased, and Rate Books.

54. Deed in the possession of Mr. H. J. Haswell.

55. Map evidence.

56. The Friendly Almshouses, by Hilda Martindale, C.B.E. [1939].

57. Annual Reports of the Society, 1940–1954.

58. C.C., File 17746.

59. 58 Geo. III c. 45, public.

60. Records of St. Michael's, Stockwell, faculty and plan.

61. A Companion from London to Brighthelmston …, by J. Edwards, 1801, part 11, p. 7.

62. M.P.L., Deed T 141.

63. Manning & Bray, vol. 111, p. 499.

64. Nichols, op. cit., p. 123.

65. Date incised on façade.

66. London Museum, Print Collection, A 22047.

67. The Encyclopaedia and Dictionary of Education, edited by Professor Foster Watson, 1922, vol. IV, pp. 1595–1596.
The Builder, 1871, p. 1004.
Information supplied by the Principal.

68. P.R.O., C 103/Blunt 148.

69. Historical Particulars of Lambeth Parish …, by Rev. S. Denne, 1795, p. 436 n.

70. C.C., Deed 171202, pp. 170–175.

71. Denne, op. cit., pp. 431–432.

72. M.P.L., Deed 1206.

73. Allen, p. 415.

74. M.B.W., Case 31214.

75. Deeds in the possession of the Trustees of John Benn Boys' Hostels Association.

76. L.C.C.R.O., Deed C 85/1250.

77. Country Life, vol. XLVII, 1920, pp. 214, 315–316.

78. Information supplied by the Secretary.

79. L.S.B., Minutes, Feb. 9, 1876.

80. Deeds in the possession of Mr. F. W. Surridge.

81. 9 Anne c. 22, public.

82. L.P.L., Records of Commissioners for building 50 new Churches, Lambeth Papers.

83. Ibid., Minute Book I, Nov. 16, 1711.

84. Ibid., Nov. 28, 1711.

85. P.R.O., C 54/6845 No. 7.

86. C.C., File 43576.

87. S. Andrew, Stockwell, Diamond Jubilee, 1868–1928, pp. 9–10. (copy in possession of the vicar.)

88. O.S., 1870.

89. The Builder, 1866, p. 173.

90. Information on tablet under tower.

91. Stockwell Congregational Church Records, notes in account book, 1865–1897.

92. Cleal, op. cit., pp. 225–233.

93. Stockwell Congregational Church. Records, Minute book, Dec. 3, 1849.

94. Ibid., Sept. 9, 1850.

95. Stockwell Congregational Church Records, Church Magazine, The Story of Stockwell Congregational Church, by R. A. Gollop.

96. Edwards, op. cit., part 11, p. 6.

97. Newspapers cutting in office of C. Hammerton & Co.

98. Deeds in the possession of Mr. J. A. Farmer, and C. Hammerton & Co.

99. The Builder, 1876, p. 1203.

100. Tablets in entrance halls.

101. N.S. File.

102. Ch.C., vol. IV, p. 590.

103. Memorial stone.

104. S. Andrew, Stockwell, Diamond Jubilee, 1868–1928, p. 8 (copy in possession of the vicar).

105. The Institution of the London Almshouses, in lieu of an illumination, to commemorate Reform in Parliament, 1834 (Guildhall Library).

106. Corporation of London, Comptroller's Deeds, 927/39.

107. The Corporation of London, 1950, p. 230.

108. 10 Geo. IV c. 43, private.

109. 13 & 14 Vict. c. 10, private.

110. The Builder, 1854, pp. 173 and 209.

111. The Corporation of London, 1950, p. 197.

112. C.C., File 55356. The Builder, 1872, p. 69.

113. The Life of the late George Peabody, Merchant and Philanthropist, by J. S. Bryant, 1914, p. 21.

114. The Builder, 1872, pp. 69, 469.

115. C.C., File 55356.

116. The Builder, Sept. 10, 1881, p. 341.

117. L.S.B. Minutes, May 12, 1898.

118. Ibid., July 26, Nov. 1, Nov. 22, 1900; Feb. 6, 1902, May 28, 1903.

119. Ibid., Feb. 6, 1902.

120. Higgs and Hill Limited, 1898–1948. Souvenir of the fiftieth anniversary of the Incorporation of the Company, 1948.

121. Kenyon Baptist Church: The Jubilee Story, 1884–1934 (copy in Baptist Church House Library).
The Baptist Churches of Surrey, ed. A. H. Stockwell [1916], pp. 34–35.

122. S. Andrew, Stockwell, Diamond Jubilee, 1868–1928, pp. 27–28 (copy in possession of the vicar).

123. C.C., File 74118.

124. B. A. Case 35713.

125. Deeds in the possession of the Trustees of the Eighth Church of Christ, Scientist.

126. L.C.C. Legal and Parliamentary Dept., Deeds of Santley Street Site.

127. B.A. Case 48073.

128. Information supplied by the Trustees.

129. Information supplied by Mr. O. P. Milne.

130. Evidence of measurements taken from plan of 1773 and O.S. 1870.

131. L.C.C. Legal & Parliamentary Dept., Deeds of Santley Street Site.

132. M.P.L., Pamphlet S 1658/2; Deed of Endowment, Trinity Asylum.

133. Trinity Asylum Minute Books, Oct. 15, 1830.

134. Ibid., April 15, 1828.

135. Ibid., Oct. 15, 1839.

136. Ibid., May 16, 1860.

137. Ibid., June 6, 1860.

138. Deeds in the possession of the Church Army.

139. Deeds of the owners in the custody of Messrs. Richardson and Sadler.

140. L.B.C. Minutes, June 16, 1904.

141. The Builder, May 6, 1905, p. 487.

142. L.B.C. Minutes, Jan. 18, 1906.

143. Ibid., Sept. 13, 1906.

144. Ibid., April 29, 1908.

145. Ibid., Dec. 10, 1908.

146. T.P. Case 8561.

147. Westminster Cathedral and its Architect, by Winefride de L'Hôpital, N.D., vol. 2, pp. 407–419.

148. Information supplied by the Rev. Bernard Kelly, F.R.Hist.S.

149. The Universe, July 17, 1886.

150. B.A. Case 23277.

151. de L'Hôpital, op. cit., vol. 2, p. 541.

152. de L'Hôpital, op. cit., vol. 2, p. 419.

153. C.C., File 48729, printed prospectus.

154. L.S.B. Minutes, July 11, 1877.

155. O.S. 1870.

156. Deeds in the custody of Messrs. Scott and Son.

157. Information supplied by the Trustees of the property.

158. Survey of London, vol. XXIII, p. 51.

159. 4 & 5 Will. IV c. 7, local and personal.

160. S.C.C.R.O., Q.S. Order Books, April 7, 1818.

161. Ibid., July 14, 1818.

162. Ibid., April 11, 1820.

163. Ibid., Jan. 12, 1819.

164. Ibid., Dec. 6, 1819.

165. Ibid., July 11, 1820.

166. Ibid., Oct. 17, 1820.

167. The Criminal Prisons of London …, by Henry Mayhew and John Binny, 1862, pp. 174, 113.

168. Ibid., p. 183, footnote.

169. P.R.O., HO12/5054.

170. English Prisons Under Local Government, by Sidney and Beatrice Webb, 1922, p. 97.

171. S.C.C.R.O., Q.S. Order Books, Sept. 22, 1820.

172. Ibid., Mar. 29, 1821.

173. The Gentleman's Magazine, July, 1822, Plate 1 and pp. 9–10.

174. Allen, p. 405.

175. Mayhew and Binny, op. cit., pp. 493–494.

176. S.C.C.R.O., Q.S. Order Books, Oct. 19, 1852.

177. D.N.B.

178. 16 and 17 Viet., c. 99, public.

179. Report of the Surveyor General of Prisons …, by Lt. Col. Jebb, 1853, XXXIII, p. 61.

180. Deeds of owners in the custody of Messrs. Lewis W. Taylor and Co.

CHAPTER IV (pp. 106–40)

Brixton

1. L.C.C.R.O., transcript of Guildhall MS. 170: Surrey and Kent Commissioners of Sewers Court Roll, 1640.

2. Deed of Sewell Estate held by Messrs. Purdy and Holley, Aylsham.

3. Deeds held by Primoff Properties Ltd.

4. The Belgrave Hospital for Children, 81st Annual Report, 1947.

5. Deeds of Belgrave Hospital, King's College Hospital Group.

6. The Times, June 28, 1900.

7. Ibid., July 21, 1903.

8. The British Architect, June 22, 1900. Information supplied through Mr. John Summerson by Mr. Charles Holden.

9. The Builder, May 9, 1903, p. 488.

10. Deeds of Sewell Estate held by Messrs. Purdy and Holley.
Deeds held by Primoff Properties Ltd.

11. Survey of London, vol. XXIII, p. 3.

12. Cal. Pat. Rolls 1266–1272, p. 605.

13. Chartulary of the Hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr, Southwark (Stowe MS. 942), 1932, Nos. 570–578.

14. C.C., Deeds 171184 4/4 Court Roll for Lambeth Wick Manor.

15. L.P.L., Court Rolls: Farmers' Accounts, Nos. 578–590; Reeves and Serjeant's Accounts, Nos. 545–547.

16. C.L.C. Register S, f. 306.

17. C.C., Deeds: Archbishopric of Canterbury, Registers of Leases.

18. Ibid., Muniments Register vol. 6, Deed 86583 (the original deed is missing).

19. G.E.C.

20. The sister of the fourth Baron Holland, whose second son inherited the Surrey estates, was Baroness Lilford.

21. L.P.L., Parliamentary Surveys, Lambeth Manor, f. 71.

22. C.C., Deed 276006.

23. 47 Geo. III sess. 2, c. 128, local.

24. 58 Geo. III c. 76, local.

25. C.C., Deeds 276001–276005, 276007–276011, 276013–276017.

26. Ibid., Deeds 276450, 276474, etc.

27. Ibid., Deeds 276018.

28. Ibid., Deed 276018, endorsement.

29. L.C.C.R.O., Surrey and Kent Commissioners of Sewers plans, vol. 3/87.

30. R.I.B.A. Journal, Jan. 12, 1901, p. 113.
The Builder, Dec. 1, 1900, p. 495.

31. C.C., Deed 276128, enclosed correspondence.

32. D.N.B.

33. C.C., Deed 276146. Copy of plan at Minet Public Library.

34. The Huntingdon Peerage, by H. N. Bell, 1820, pp. 127–128.

35. C.C., Deed 90510, book of contracts for leases.

36. House of Lords Act No. 16, 16 and 17 Car. II.

37. P.C.C. 62 Can.

38. Brayley, vol. III, part 11, p. 365.

39. M.P.L., S 166.

40. Ibid., S 3654.

41. L.C.C. Members' Library. MS. copy of lectures delivered by Dr. James F. Young, 1856–1857, on the history of Lambeth, p. 87.

42. C.C., Deed 276164.

43. Ibid., Deed 276460.

44. Ibid., Deed 276461.

45. Ibid., Deed 276165.

46. Ibid., Deed 276462.

47. Ibid., Deed 276166.

48. Ibid., Deed 276450.

49. Ibid., Deed 276167.

50. Ibid., Deed 276406.

51. Ibid., Deeds 276472 and 276474.

52. Ibid., Deeds 276096–276101.

53. Ibid., Deed 276102.

54. Ibid., Deed 276103.

55. C.C., Deed 276446.

56. Ibid., Deeds 276105–276107

57. Ibid., Deed 276109.

58. Ibid., Deed 276112.

59. Ibid., Deed 276113.

60. Ibid., Deed 276449.

61. Ibid., Deed 276117.

62. Ibid., Deed 276118.

63. Ibid., Deed 276127.

64. Ibid., Deed 276128.

65. Ibid., Deed 276129.

66. Ibid., Deed 276135.

67. Ibid., Deeds 276134 and 276136.

68. Ibid., Deed 276137.

69. Ibid., Deeds 276138 and 276139.

70. Ibid., Deed 276149.

71. L.C.C. Members' Library, File 962.

72. Ibid., Deed 276210.

73. Ibid., Deeds 276444, 276475–276477.

74. Ibid., Deeds 276459, 276481, 276482.

75. Ibid., Deed 276432.

76. Ibid., Deed 276438.

77. Ibid., Deed 276439.

78. Ibid., Deed 276440.

79. Ibid., Deed 276453.

80. Ibid., Deed 276418.

81. Ibid., Deed 276191.

82. Ibid., Deed 276423.

83. Ibid., Deed 276242.

84. Ibid., Deed 276425.

85. Ibid., Deed 276426.

86. Ibid., Deed 276427.

87. Ibid., Deed 276428.

88. Ibid., Deed 276429.

89. Ibid., Deed 276192.

90. Ibid., Deed 276193.

91. Ibid., Deed 276194 (missing, information taken from Register).

92. Ibid., Deed 276037.

93. Ibid., Deed 276451.

94. Ibid., Deed 276158.

95. Ibid., Deed 276159.

96. Ibid., Deed 276452 and 276160.

97. Ibid., Deed 2761 52–276154.

98. Ibid., Deed 276454.

99. Ibid., Deed 276178–276180.

100. Ibid., Deed 276413.

101. Ibid., Deed 276255, 276260–276262, 276266.

102. P.O.D.

103. C.C., Muniments Register.

104. Ibid., Deed 276284.

105. Ibid., File 20452.

106. The Story of Congregationalism in Surrey, by E. E. Cleal and T. G. Crippen, 1908, pp. 276–277.

107. Brayley, vol. III, part II, p. 364.

108. The Builder, Nov. 22, 1902, p. 476.

109. Christ Church, North Brixton, Birthday Book, 1910 (copy in possession of the vicar).

110. Recent English Ecclesiastical Architecture, by Sir Charles Nicholson and Charles Spooner, N.D., 2nd ed.[1911], p. 77.

111. Fifty years at St. John the Divine, Kennington, 1874–1924, ed. by the Rev. Canon Down, N.D., pp. 5–7 (copy in possession of the vicar).

112. C.C., File 36517

113. St. John the Divine, Kennington (Earliest Years, 1866–1871), by the Rev. D. T. W. Elsdale, 1921, p. 12 (copy in possession of the vicar).

114. Down, op. cit., pp. 8–10.

115. Ibid., pp. 13–14.

116. The Builder, 1874, p. 954.

117. Down, op. cit., pp. 12, 14.

118. Ibid., pp. 16–17.

119. Ch.C., vol. IV, p. 598.

120. L.C.C, Architect's list of Voluntary Schools of Architectural Interest, 1953.

121. L.S.B. Minutes, Oct. 8, 1885.

122. L.C.C. Architect's plans.

123. L.C.C. Elementary Day Schools. Report of the Education Committee, 1905.

124. L.S.B. Minutes, July 7, 1887.

125. Ibid., April 7, 1892; Feb. 2, 1893.

126. Ibid., Nov. 27, 1893.

127. Information supplied by Colonel E. D. Jackson, D.S.O., O.B.E.

128. C.C., Deed 171199, pp. 196–197

129. Ibid., Deed 171199, pp. 253–258

130. Ibid., Deed 171205, p. 137 (plan).

131. B.A. Case 55534.

132. C.C., Deed 171204, pp. 408–443.

133. Ibid., Deed 171205, pp. 122–123

134. Ibid., File 17746, letter dated June 20, 1840. Deeds in the custody of Messrs. Fisher, Dowson and Washrough, plan on deed dated Nov. 7, 1840.

135. Deeds in the custody of Messrs. Fisher, Dowson and Wasbrough.

136. A Few Particulars of the Name Slade, by W. Slade, 1932 (privately printed).

137. C.C., Deed 171204, pp. 180–190 (entry omitted in proper place, i.e. June 15, 1805, and copied in here).

138. Ibid., Deed 171198, pp. 166–169.

139. Ch.C vol. IV, p. 599. The tithe map for St. Mark's District of Lambeth marks the school.

140. Memorial stone.

141. Southwark Catholic Directory, 1952.

142. T.P. Case 22813.

143. C.C., Deed 171194, pp. 14–16.

144. Ibid., Deed 171196, pp. 167–172.

145. Foundation stone.

146. Historical Particulars of Lambeth Parish…, by the Rev. S. Denne, 1795, p. 436.

147. Pedigree among the deeds in the custody of the Angell Estate Trustees.

148. P.C.C., 166 King.

149. C.C., Deed 171194, pp. 66–67.

150. M. P. L., 4812.

151. Ibid., Deed Z59.

152. C.C., Deed 171194, pp. 9–12.

153. Ibid., Deed 171198, pp. 166–169.

154. Ibid., Deed 171195, pp. 107–108.

155. Ibid., Deed 171195, pp. 157–158. Ibid., Deed 171196, p. 359.

156. P.R.O., C 103/Blunt 148. M.P.L., 4812.
See also Chapter III, p. 91.

157 P.R.O., C 103/Blunt 148.

158. C.C., Deed 171197, ff.125–126.

159. Ibid., Deed 171196, pp. 129–136.

160. Ibid., Deed 171197, f. 255.

161. S. Denne, op. cit., p. 430.

162. Ibid., P. 441.

163. C.C., Deed 171198, p. 162.

164. Ibid., Deed 171198, p.237–240.

165. S. Denne, op. cit., p. 431.

166. C.C., Deed 171199, pp. 167–168.

167. Ibid., Deed 171201, pp. 333–336.

168. L.P.L., Lambeth Inclosure Commissioners' Papers, Claims Files.

169. Lambeth Inclosure Map (copy in the custody of the Town Clerk).

170. C.C., Deed 171202, pp. 433–438.

171. Ibid., Deed 171202, pp. 455–458.

172. M.P.L., Deed 37.

173. Ibid., Deed 64.

174. R. B.

175. C.C., Deed 171206, p. 462.

176. Deeds in the custody of the Angell Estate Trustees.

177. C.C., File 20455.

178. The Builder, 1853, p. 296.

179. C.C., File 17749.

180. M.B.W. Case 31345.

181. T.P. Case 44119.

182. The Builder, 1853, p. 360.

183. Information supplied by the Chief Architect and Surveyor to the Metropolitan Police.

184. C.C., Deed 171200, pp. 484–485.

185. Ibid., Deed 171202, pp. 170–175.

186. P.R.O., C54/17070, No. 8.

187. B.A. Case 48155, 1921 year book.

188. Information supplied by the priest-in-charge.

189. T.P. Case 46460.

190. 46 Geo. III c. 57, local.

191. 29 Geo. II c. 88, public.

192. Section 17.

193. Copy in custody of the Town Clerk of L.B.C.

194. 1 and 2 Geo. IV c. 55, local.

195. Report to the L.C.C. Town Planning and Building Regulation Committee, 1937.

196. M.B.W. Case 14451, and M.B.W. Cases 34634 and 34482 (both destroyed), quoted in Report of 1937.

197. M.B.W. Case 28699.

198. B.A. Case 15884.

199. B.A. Case 3005.

200. L.C.C. (General Powers) Act, 14 and 15 Geo. V c. 57, private, section 62.

201. L.C.C. (General Powers) Act, 1 and 2 Geo. VI c. 38, private, section 8.

202. L.C.C. (General Powers) Act, 2 and 3 Geo.VI c. 100, private, section 72.

203. L.C.C. (General Powers) Act, 10 and 11 Geo. VI, private, c. 46.

204. V.M. June 24, 1822.

205. C.C., File 18135.

206. Inclosure Map (copy in the custody of the Town Clerk).

207. The Gentleman's Magazine, 1829, part 1, pp. 577–579.

208. C.C., File 18135. The Gentleman's Magazine gives the architect's estimate as £15,340.

209. Allen, p. 414.

210. All the information for the history of these houses is derived from deeds in the custody of the Southwark Diocesan Registrar.

211. N.S. File.

212. Ch.C., vol. IV, p.594.

213. The Builder, 1870, p. 934.

214. The Times, March 6, 1893.

215. Local history collection in Tate Central Library.

216. P.R.O., C 142/443, No. 64.

217. Ibid., C 142/194/1.

218. Cal. S.P. Dom., 1591–1594, p. 505.

219. M.P.L., Deed 11.

220. P.C.C., 166 King. C.C., Deeds 171194, pp. 14–16; 171196, p. 359; 171199, pp. 167–168.

221. P.R.O., C 110/22, part 1.

222. 5 Geo. IV, c.5, private.

223. P.R.O., C 110/21.

224. L.C.C.R.O., C 85/550.

225. P.R.O., C 54/ 12690, No. 10.

226. Ch.C., vol.IV, p. 597.

227. C.C., Deed 90802.

228. Ibid., and C.C., Deeds Bundle 540/86700, etc.

229. C.C., Deed Bundle 540/86706.

230. Ibid., Deed 86725.

231. The Builder, 1867, p. 231.

232. C.C., File 37916.

233. C.C., Deed 125761.

234. The Times, March 31, 1869. This reference was first noted by H. J. Dyos in his unpublished London University Ph.D. thesis, entitled “ The Suburban Development of Greater London South of the Thames, 1836–1914”

235. The Builder, 1872, p. 814.

236. The Builder, 1872, p. 536.

237. Ibid., 1872, p. 743.

238. English Place-Name Society, vol. XI. The place-Names of Surrey, p. 11.

239. Manning and Bray, vol. III, p. 493.

240. Ibid., vol. 1, p.liii.

241. P.C.C., 26 Jankin; see also S.A.C. vol. Lll, pp. 37–38, where the will is quoted.

242 The Story of Methodism in Brixton, 1924 (copy at Epworth House library).

243. C.C., File 61422.

CHAPTER V (pp. 141–54)

Myatt's Fields Area, Denmark Hill and Herne Hill

1. Pope Nicholas' Taxation (Records Commission), p. 206.

2. Manning and Bray, vol. iii, p. 416.

3. Volor Eccesiasticus (Records Commission), 11, p. 62.

4. Cal. L. and P. Henry VIII, vol XV, 1540, No. 942(49).
P.R.O., C66/694, No. 13.

5. Cal. Pat. Rolls, Edward VI, vol. 3, p. 424.

6. P.R.O., C142/306, No. 148.

7. Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Muniments of Alleyn's College of God's Gift at Dulwich, by G. F. Warner, 1881, Nos. 561–562.

8. P.R.O., C142/580, No. 100.

9. P.C.C., 168 Lee.

10. P.C.C., Admin. Act Book, 1660, f. 81.

11. P.C.C., 2 Duke.

12. P.R.O., C54/4740, No. 41.

13. Ibid., CP 43/359.

14. C.C., Deed 171235; quit-rent rolls 1669–1728, see under ‘Lady Cambden's heires’ in 1676 and 1682, and under ‘Mr. Goodschall’ in 1704 et seq.

15. P.R.O., CP 24(10)/113/3.

16. L.P.L., Lambeth Inclosure Commissioners' Minutes, Feb. 27, 1807.

17. P.R.O., C 54/4307.

18. P.C.C., 12 Tension.

19. P.R.O., C54/5794, No. 16.

20. M.P.L., Deeds 152–153.

21. P.R.O., C54/6099. M.P.L., Deed 157.

22. M.P.L., Deed 158.

23. Ibid., Deed 169.

24. Manning and Bray, vol. 111, p. 417.

25. The Huguenot family of Minet, by William Minet, [1892], pp. 24–52, 155–162.

26. Maps in the Minet Estate Office, and information supplied there by Mr. A. J. Carpenter, F.R.I.C.S.

27. C.C., File 43533.

28. Plans in possession of the vicar.

29. Deeds of Myatt's Fields, L.C.C. Legal and Parliamentary Dept. L.C.C. Minutes, March 26, April 9, 1889.

30. Information supplied by Mr. Carpenter.

31. Lambeth Vestry Clerk's Report on the Minet Library, 1899 (copy in Minet Library).

32. 52 and 53 Vict., c. 9, public.

33. L.S.B. Minutes, March 19, 1896.

34. L.C.C. Architect's plans.

35. L.C.C. Elementary Day Schools. Report of the Education Committee, 1905.

36. The Architect and Contract Reporter, February 16, 1900, p. 112.
Fifty Years at St. John the Divine, Kennington, ed. Canon Down, N.D., p. 47.

37. R.B.

38. Rate Books of St. Giles, Camberwell, in custody of the Town Clerk of Camberwell Metropolitan Borough Council.

39. N.S. File.

40. Fifty Years at St. John the Divine, Kennington, ed. Canon Down, N.D., p. 43.

41. Ch.C., vol. IV, pp. 609–610.

42. V.C.H. Surrey, vol. IV, p. 25.

43. English Place-Name Society, vol. XI, The Place-Names of Surrey, p. 23.

44. P.C.C., 402 Pakenham.

45. A Companion from London to Brighthelmston …, by J. Edwards [1801], part 1, section XVII, p. 17.

46. Title Map of St. Matthew's District of Lambeth (copy with Tithe Redemption Commissioners).

47. Rate Books of St. Mary, Lambeth, and Land Tax assessments at Newington Sessions House.

48. P.C.C., 238 Lushington.

49. Holden's Triennial Directory, 1805–1807.

50. P.C.C., 462 Wynne. There may be a connection between this family and that of Charles Schreiber, husband of Lady Charlotte Schreiber, the collector of ceramics, but none has been found.

51. A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects 1660–1840, by H. M. Colvin, 1954, pp. 77–78.

52. The Merchant and Tradesman's London Directory, 1787.

53. A London Directory, printed for W. Lowndes, 1795, p. 87.

54. Homes and Haunts of John Ruskin, by E. T. Cook, 1912, pp. 12–21. Water-colour drawings of both houses are reproduced there.

55. C.C., File 17752.

56. The History and Antiquities of Lambeth, by John Tanswell, 1858, p. 121.

57. Collection illustrative of the Geology, History, Antiquities and Association of Camberwell and the Neighbourhood, by Douglas Allport, 1841, pp. 208–209.

58. The Church under the Hill, by W. Y. Fullerton, N. D., pp. 27, 30–32.

59. Ibid., pp. 38, 49.

60. R. B., and deeds in possession of J. Lyons and Co., Cadby Hall.

61. C. C., File 30376.

62. R. I. B. A. Library, H. S. Goodhart-Rendel's card index of churches.
Mackeson's London Church Guide, 1894–1895.

63. Foundation stone.

64. L. B. C. Minutes July 10, 1902.

65. Tablet in entrance hall.

66. L. B. C. Minutes, July 26, 1906.

67. Deeds of Ruskin Park, L.C.C. Legal and Parliamentary Dept.

68. L.C.C. Minutes, January 29, 1907.

69. Ibid., February 8, 1910.

70. The Builder, November 22, 1912, p. 613 et seq.

71. Ibid., October 4, 1912, p. 380.

72. Ibid., March 3, 1911, p. 267.

73. Deeds of the hospital in custody of Withers and Co.

74. The Builder, August 1, 1913, p. 125.

75. The Builder, July 31, 1909, p. 130.

CHAPTER VI (pp. 155–66)

Tulse Hill and Brockwell Park

1. The descent of the Manor (the spelling of whose name varies considereably) has been traced in V.C.H. Surrey, vol. iv, p. 59, and is only summarized here.

2. The Lambeth Manor Inclosure Map of 1810, and the Tithe Maps for Brixton and Norwood are the best guides.

3. Chartulary of the Hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr, Southwark (Stowe MS. 942), 1932, Nos. 581–593.

4. Cal. Pat. Rolls 1350–1354, p. 304.

5. Cal. Pat. Rolls 1377–1381, p. 336.

6. St. Thomas' Hospital Deeds, S1/35.

7. Cal. L. and P. Henry VIII, 1545, part 2, p. 329.

8. P.R.O., C54/3017.

9. G.E.C.

10. P.C.C., 244 Tenison.

11. P.C.C., 179 Browne.

12. P.R.O., CP 43/774 membrane 183.
Ibid., CP 25(2)/1426, 18 Geo. III Mich.
Ibid., CP 25(2)/1476, 17 Geo. III Mich.

13. Lease and Release quoted in the schedule of L.C.C.R.O. Deed C85/1458.

14. Newington Sessions House, Land Tax Books of St. Mary, Lambeth.

15. C. C., Deed 171197, pp. 290–291, 333.

16. P.C.C., 564 Lushington.

17. Brayley, vol. III, part II, p. 379.

18. Amongst the L.C.C. deeds for Brockwell Park is a lease of 1823 which suggests that Blades had already bought part of Winter's land.

19. Robson's London Commercial Directory, 1826–27, p. 99.

20. V.M., Dec. 14, 1821; Dec. 20, 1822.

21. D.N.B.

22. C.C., File 20549.

23. Ibid., Deed 171201, pp. 130–134.

24. L.C.C.R.O., Deeds C85/1378–1518.

25. Tithe Maps for Brixton and Norwood Districts of Lambeth; copies with Tithe Redemption Commissioners.

26. C.C., Deed 171206, pp. 273–276.

27. Deeds in possession of Messrs. Mole, Rosling and Vernon, London Road, Reigate.

28. Except where otherwise stated, the dates ascribed to houses are based on the Rate Books, Tithe Maps, and architectural evidence.

29. L.C.C.R.O., Deed C85/1497.

30. Ibid., C 85/1477.

31. Ibid., C85/1457.

32. Ibid., C85/1453.

33. Robson's London Directory, 1828.

34. L.C.C.R.O., Deed C85/1485.

35. Ibid., C85/1486.
P.O.D. 1832, p. 168.

36. L.C.C.R.O., Deed C85/1453.
P.O.D. 1858, p. 1050.

37. Deeds in possession of Mr. J. M. P. Price, A.R.I.B.A., 122, Upper Tulse Hill.
P.C.C., 485, 1849.

38. The Builder, 1865, p. 252.
P.O.D. 1858, p. 1050.
Ibid., 1861, pp. 861, 1939.

39. P.O.D., 1850, p. 781; 1855, p. 186.

40. Article by John Summerson in The Architectural Review, Aug., 1948, p. 65.
The Builder, 1853, p. 444.

41. T.P. Case 38152.

42. L.C.C.R.O., Surveyors' Returns for Streatham and East Brixton, April, 1888, No. 63.

43. L.C.C.R.O., Deed C85/1385.

44. Ibid., C85/1403–1405.
P.O.D. 1846, p. 325.

45. L.C.C.R.O., Deed C85/1401.

46. Deeds of Mr. G. C. Watkins, 166, Tulse Hill.
Robson's London Commercial Directory, 1830.

47. L.C.C.R.O., Deed C85/380.
Robson's Directory, 1838, p. 431.

48. The Builder, 1865, p. 108.
P.O. London Suburban Directory, 1868, pp. 700, 831.

49. The Builder, 1867, p. 791.
P.O.D., 1858, p. 1066.
Ibid., 1871, p. 941.

50. C.C., File 20470.

51. Illustrated London News, May 12, 1855, p. 460.

52. The Gentleman's Magazine, 1829, part 2, pp. 476, 653.
There is an illustrated account of Blades' glasswork in The Repository of Art, Literaturer, Fashions etc., by R. Ackerman, third series, vol. 1 (1823), pp. 210–213.

53. Directories.

54. Topographical Surveys through Surrey, Sussex and Kent, by James Edwards, 1818, p. 41 (copy in John Burns Collection, L.C.C. Members' Library).

55. Dictionary of Architecture, issued by The Architectural Publication Society, vol. vi, p. 38.

56. John B. Papworth, architect to the King of Wurtemburg a brief record of his life and works, etc., 1879, by Wyatt Papworth, p. 61 (copy in R.I.B.A. library).

57. Papworth drawings in R.I.B.A. library.

58. P.C.C., 676 Liverpool.

59. L.C.C. Minutes, Nov. 24, 1908.

60. 51 and 52 Vict., c. 174, local.

61. Brockwell Park Deeds, L.C.C. Legal and Parliamentary Dept.

62. London Parks and Open Spaces, 1924, p. 17.

63. L.C.C. pamphlet: Opening of Brockwell Park Extension, 1903.

64. L.C.C. Minutes, Nov. 5, 1907.

65. Ibid., Dec. 19, 1919; Nov. 14, 1922.

66. R.B.

67. C.C., Copy Deed 8211.

68. The Builder, 1867, pp. 631–632.

69. The Diamond Jubillee of St. Jude's, Herne Hill, 1868–1928, ed. by Rev. Brian M. Osborne, p. 6 (copy in L.C.C. Members' Library).

70. The Builder, 1868, p. 192.

71. C.C., File 36035.

72. The Builder, 1868, p. 828.

73. C.C., File 40068.

74. Osborne, op. cit., p. 11.

CHAPTER VII (pp. 167–87)

Norwood

1. The life of Samuel Matthews, the Norwood Hermit, etc., N.D. (copy in Minet Public Library).

2. Reminiscences of Norwood, by Arthur A. Saward, 1907 (copy in Minet Public Library).

3. Norwood in days of old, by W. T. Phillips, 1912, pp. 7–11 (copy in Minet Public Library).

4. Pepys' Diary, Aug. 11, 1668.

5. S.A.C., vol. XII, part 1, pp, 39–40.

6. In his Natural History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey, 1718, vol. 2, p. 33, John Aubrey speaks of the tree in the past tense.

7. Surrey Record Society, No. XLIII, p. 161.

8. Lambeth Manor Inclosure Map in custody of L.B.C. Town Clerk.

9. V.C.H., Surrey, vol. 4, pp. 96–97.

10. P.R.O., SC 4/bundle 7, no. 6.

11. V.C.H., Surrey, vol. 4, p. 58.

12. P.R.O., E318/708.
Ibid., E 305/D8.

13. Ibid., E 315/105, f. 215.

14. Ibid., E178/92.

15. Ibid., C66/1017 m.2.

16. M.P.L., Deed 5176.

17. Ibid., Deed 5177.

18. Ibid., Deed 5181.

19. Ibid., Deed 5186.

20. Ibid., Deed 5187.

21. Ibid., Deeds 5226, 5227.

22. British Railways (Southern Region) Deeds; abstract of title to land on north side of Sydenham Grove.

23. M.P.L., Deed 5178.

24. Ibid., Deed 5183.

25. Ibid., Deeds 5252, 5253.

26. Ibid., Deeds 5280, 5281.

27. C.C., Deed 171196, pp. 116–118.

28. M.P.L., Deed 5287.

29. Ibid., Deed 5435.

30. Manning and Bray, vol. 3, p. 385.

31. British Railways (Southern Region) Deeds; abstract of title of John Thompson to lands in Streatham.

32. C.C., Deed 171198, pp. 178–181.

33. Manning and Bray, loc. cit. The Lambeth Manor Inclosure Map of 1810 states that Lord Thurlow's Trustees held 498 acres of copyhold.

34. D.N.B.

35. The Farington Diary, ed. J. Greig, N.D., vol. I, p. 5.

36. P.R.O., C119/97.

37. The Great North Wood, etc., by J. Corbet Anderson, 1898, p, 16.

38. P.C.C., 758 Pitt.

39. 49 Geo. III c. 175, local.

40. L.B.C, copy in custody of the Town Clerk.

41. C.C., Deed 171200, pp. 206–211.
P.R.O., C119/97.

42. P.R.O., C119/621.

43. C.C., Deed 171200, pp. 206–211.

44. 5 Geo. IV c. 37, private.
6 Geo. IV c. 47, private.

45. Tithe Redemption Commissioners, Tithe Map of St. Luke's District of Lambeth.

46. B.M., Maps 137 b.7(II).

47. C.C., Deed 171205, pp. 581–584.

48. P.O.D., 1860, p. 665.

49. The Story of Norwood, by J. B. Wilson, p. 186 (typescript copy in L.C.C. Members' Library). P.O.D., 1860, p. 579.

50. Portobello House is described in B.M., Maps 137, b. 7(13).

51. A note in Heavenly Mansions, by John Summerson, 1949, p. 109, first drew attention to this side-light on 19th century building development.

52. Census of 1861, vol. I, p. 209.

53. Census of 1901, County of London, Table 12, p. 36.

54. The Builder, 1857, p. 411.

55. P.O.D., 1828, p. 360.

56. 4 and 5 Vict. c. 35, public.

57. C.C., Deed 171206, pp. 101–107.

58. Ibid., Deed 171206, pp. 153–157.

59. P.O. London Suburban Directory, 1868, pp. 619–620. Plasterers, brick-makers, etc., are included in this estimate.

60. Annual Register, 1862, pp. 462–472. Ibid., 1863, p. 266. The Electoral History of the Borough of Lambeth, by George Hill, 1879, pp. 128–156.

61. The Builder, 1867, p. 438.

62. Ibid., 1871, p. 75.

63. C.C., Deed 171208, p. 287.

64. The Builder, 1865, p. 415.

65. C.C., File 18135.

66. V. M. March 5, 1819.

67. Ibid., June 24, 1822.

68. C.C., Church Building Commissioners' Minutes, June 18, 1822.

69. Ibid., April 8, 1823.

70. Robson's London Commercial Directories, 1821– 1826.

71. Survey of London, vol. XXV, pp. 96 (note), 109.

72. C.C., Church Building Commissioners' Minutes, Dec. 14, 1824.

73. Ibid., June 7, 1825.

74. C.C., File 39636.

75. Ibid., File 31919.

76. The Builder, 1867, p. 455.

77. R.I.B.A. Library, H. S. Goodhart-Rendel's card-index of churches.

78. C.C., File 35399.

79. The Builder, July 17, 1886, p. 90.

80. Information supplied by the vicar.

81. C.C., File 46838.

82. Foundation stone.

83. Mackeson's London Church Guide, 1894–1895.

84. C.C., File 73686.
M.B.W. Case 28635.

85. C.C., File 67849.

86.Ibid., File 73613.

87. Ibid., File 20470.

88. Information supplied by the Rev. Alfred Cole and Mr. D. Plaskett Marshall.
T.P. Case 3353.

89. P.R.O., C54/10051 No. 4.

90. Wilson, op. cit., p.p. 188–190.

91. The Story of Congregationalism in Surrey, by E. E. Clea and T. G. Crippen, 1908, pp. 297–298.

92. Information supplied by the Secretary for the Trustees.

93. Deed with London Baptist Property Board. The Baptist Churches of Surrey, ed. A. H. Stockwell, N.D., pp. 149–153.
Baptist Handbook, 1902, p. 377.

94. The Story of Methodism in Brixton, 1924, p. 30 (copy at Epworth House Library).

95. Wesleyan Methodism in the Brixton Hill Circuit, 1898, pp. 38–39 (copy at Epworth House Library).

96. Deed with London Baptist Property Board. Stockwell, op. cit., pp. 140–142.

97. B.A. Case 14438.

98. House of Commons Papers. Reports from Commissioners, 1850 vol. XXI, p. 577 et seq. Report on a general scheme of Extra-Mural Sepulture.

99. 6 and 7 William IV c. 129, local.

100. C.C., Deed 171205, pp. 49–51, 69–73.

101. Wilson, op. cit., p. 34.

102. T.P. Case 10474.

103. Information supplied by the Secretary of the Company.

104. The Greek Orthodox Church in London, by Michael Constantinides, 1933, pp. 144–145. Information supplied by the Secretary of the Greek Cathedral, Moscow Road, W.2.

105. Information supplied by Professor Hector O. Corfiato, F.R.I.B.A., F.S.A.

106. Memoir of George Edmund Street, R.A.,by A. E. Street, 1888, p. 299.

107. Wilson, op. cit., p. 36.

108. Ibid., pp. 36–37.

109. 10 and 11 Vict. c. 65, public.

110. 13 and 14 Vict. c. 52, public.

111. 15 and 16 Vict. c. 85, public.

112. Ch.C, vol. IV, p. 590.

113. L.S.B. Minutes, Jan. 15, 1879.

114. L.C.C. Architect's plans.

115. L.C.C. Elementary Day Schools. Report of the Education Committee, 1905.

116. L.S.B. Minutes, Aug. 6, 1885.

117. Ibid., July 18, 1895; Oct. 8, 1896.

118. Ibid., Oct. 11, Dec. 13, 1894; March 17, 1895;
Jan. 28, 1897; March 10, 1898.

119. L.C.C.R.O., B. G., June 19, 1849.

120. Ibid., Norwood Nursery Committe Minutes, Aug. 21, 1810.

121. V. M., March 29, 1820; Oct. 29, 1824; April 10, 1828; Dec. 18, 1834.

122. L.C.C.R.O., B.G., Jan. 12, 1836.

123. Ibid., Aug. 29, 1837.

124. Ibid., Feb. 20, 1849.

125. Ibid., May 29, 1849.

126. Ibid., Aug. 16, 1882; Jan 17, April 11, June 20,1883.

127. P.R.O., C54/14369 No.1.

128. B.A. Case 13240.

129. P.R.O., C54/16004 No. 13.

130. T.E.B. Minutes, Dec. 17, 1894; May 6, 1895; Oct. 28, 1901; July 21, 1902.

131. Information supplied by the Secretary.

132. P.R.O., C54/15384 No.7.
Ibid., C54/15551 No. 16.

133. The Builder, 1862, pp. 514–515.

134. Ibid., 1862, p.450.

135. Ibid., 1874, p. 20.

136. J. Corbet Anderson, op. cit., pp. 19–20.

137. The Corporation of Wardens of the Parish of St. Saviour, Southwork, by R. T. Baines and L.M. Langston, 1912, pp. 15–16. (An account of some of the almshouses will be found in the Survey of London, vol. XXII, p. 83).

138. B.A. Case 31442.

139. J. Corbet Anderson, op. Cit., pp. 17–19.

140. The Builder, June 16, 1894, p. 467.

141. Lambneth Official Guide, N. D., p. 183.

142. Lambeth Public Library Local Collection.

143. B.A. Case 76361.

144. Ibid.,13713.

145. Information supplied by the Secretary of the Peabody Donation Fund.

146. B.A., Case 17092.

147. P.R.O., C119/97/15.

148. C.C., Deed 171204, pp. 531–533.

149. Ibid., Deed 171205, pp. 46–47.

150. Ibid., Deed 171201, pp. 111–113.

151. Ibid., Deed 171205, pp. 587–590.

152. Ibid., Deed 171200, p. 114.

153. Ibid., Deed 171200, p. 220.

154. Ibid., Deed 171204, pp. 323–327.

155. Ibid., Deed, 171205, pp. 604–607.

156. Kelly's London Suburban Directory, 1884, 1896.

157. Information supplied by the Chief Architect and Surveyor to the Metropolitan Police.

158. Information supplied by the Civil Engineer, British Railways (Southern Region).

159. Norwood Park Deeds, L.C.C. Legal and Parliamentary Dept.

160. L.C.C. Minutes, Nov. 24, 1908.

161. London Parks and Open Spaces, 1924, p. 60.