Index
A - K

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1983

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289-305

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'Index: A - K', Survey of London: volume 41: Brompton (1983), pp. 289-305. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50032 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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The symbols in the left-hand margin distinguish those persons who have worked, or, it is thought, may have worked, on the fabric of the area, and the authors of unexecuted designs: a Architects, designers, engineers, and surveyors b Builders and allied craftsmen c Artists, craftsmen, and decorators

Index

Abbey Wood, Erith (proposed cemetery) 251

ABC (formerly Forum) Cinema, Fulham Road 169, 171, 172, 238, Pl. 73a

Achilli trial 175

Acland, Thomas Dyke 200

Actors and musicians 4, 42, 67, 90n., 253–4

aAdams, A. J. 52

bAdams, Henry 89

bAdams, Henry Thomas 29, 70, 72, 94n.

aAdams, Percy Henry 7

aAdams, Holden and Pearson 134

aAdams and Kelly 52

bAdamson, T. H., and Sons 7, 234

Adelaide, South Australia 101

Admiral Keppel p.h., Chelsea 31, 98

Adrian Mews 214, 236, 237, Pl. 87d

Adrian Square, Westgate,237

Adrian Terrace(now part of Ifield Road, q.v.) 214, 239

Adshead, Stanley 55

aAgabeg, George 231

Agriculture, Board of 91

bAird, John, and Sons 133

Airlic Gardens 81

aAitchison, George 56

Aitkens, Alexander and John 25

Albani, Madame 237

Albemarle Street (Royal Institution) 38

Albert Hall Mansions 188

aAlder, John Samuel 117

Alderson, Mary fig. 46 (p. 157)

bAldin, Charles 30, 149, 150–2, 224

bAldin, Charles, junior 149, 152–3, 154, 155, 224

bAldin, William 149, 152–3, 154, 155

bAldin and Plater (laterAldin Brothers and Davies) 153–5

bAldred, Edward92

Alexander: Henry Browne58, 60, 65, 68–81 passim; Rev. James Wadman 58, fig. 2 (p. 11); John 58, 60–5 passim, fig. 2; Rev. John fig. 2; William Henry 58, 82

Alexander estate 58–86

Alexander House, North Terrace 84, Pl. 43a

Alexander Place(formerly Alfred Place (East) 61, 64–5, 66, 69, 70, 76, Pl. 43c
-, Alexander Studios 85; Thurloe Chapel 68, 85; Turkish baths 66, 85; Western Grammar School 65, 67
-, Sorth side (even numbers)
-, No. 2 65, 67, 68, 85; Nos. 4–10 64–5, 66 (No. 4), Pl. 43c; Nos. 12–22 69, 70, 85–6 (No. 14)
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–7 64–5, fig. 17 (No. 3); Nos. 9–19 69, 70; No. 21 86

Alexander Place, Fulham Road (now part of Brompton Road) 63, 64, Pl. 42a

Alexander Square 4, 6, 47, 60–6 passim, 70, fig. 16, Pls. 43b, 44
-, Nos. 1–4 62, 63, 66 (Nos. 1, 4), 254 (No. 1), Pl. 43b;
-, Nos. 5–12 65, 66 (Nos 5, 10, 12), 69 (No. 9), 70 (No. 8), fig. 16 (Nos. 6–11), Pl. 44b, c; Nos. 13–20 64, 66 (No. 17), Pl. 44a; Nos. 21–24 62, 63, 64, 66 (Nos. 21, 23, 24), 70 (No. 23)

Alexander Studios, Alexander Place 85

Alexandria (Sailors‘ and Soldiers’ Institute) 54n.

Aley, F. W. and William 172

Alfred Place (East) see Alexander Place

Alfred Place Mews 77, 79, 80

Alfred Place West see Thurloe Street

All Saints' Church, Thirklcby, Vorks. 135

All Saints' Schools, Brompton Road 8

Allan, Rev. George 38

Allen, Andalusia Frances fig. 46 (p. 157)

bAllen, John, and Sons 7, 20, 35

bAllen, William (fl 1810) 178

bAllen, William (fl 1845) 242, 243, 244

aAllom, Thomas 45n., 247

Alpha Cottage, Elm Place 146

Alsop, Elizabeth fig. 2 (p. 11)

Aheston Mews see Roland Way

Amberwood House see Thurloe Place, No. 17 a

Ambler, Elizabeth fig. 2 (p. 11)

Amelia Place, Chelsea 253

Amyot House see Fulham Road, No. 260 (dem)

Anderson: Ann 185; David 3, 23, 25, 27; J. Macvicar 193

Anderson Street, Chelsea 76

Andrews, James Petit 27

aAngell, Robert and Curtis8, 128

Anglesea p.h. 145, Pl. 66a

bAnleyJ161

Anstruther, Ian 5K, 73

Apex Properties 30

Apollo Gardens, Lambeth 10n.

Appel, Joseph 21, 22

Appleyard, Charles 222

Appollioni, Father 193

Arcades 6, 13–14

aArchard and Partners 190, 193

bArchbutt, Robert 94

bArchbutt, Samuel 28, 94, 96n., 145

Archbutt, Samuel, junior 28

Archbutt, Sophia 28

aArchbutt, Thomas 28, 29

Architectural Association 100, 221

bArdin, James145, 146

Argyll, Dow. Duchess of (w. of 7th Duke) 51

Argyll House, Argyll Street 50

Armenian Cathedral see St. Peter's Church, Cranley Gardens

Armenians, Supreme Catholicos of all117

Arnold: John198; Samuel 197, 198; William 198; family 197

Amon, Dr. Neil 132

Art Pavements and Decorations Ltd. 85n.

Art Workshops, The, Brompton Road35, Pl. 14c

Arundel, Lord see Norfolk, 14th Duke of

bAsh, Gilbert, Ltd. 7

Ashley Terrace, Hammersmith,No345

Alexander Frederick 72, 96

bAshton, Robert 10

Ashton, Robert John 72, 94

Aslat, .Anthony and Edward 44

bAslat, William 44

Astley, Sir John 27

Asylum for destitute females, Fulham Road 175

Asylums (lunatic) see Lunatic asylums

bAtkinson, Henry William 69, 73, 76, 77, 98n., 203, 204, 205–6, 237

bAtkinson, John 69, 73, 77, 203, 204, 238

At(t)wood: Henry 158; William 157, 199; William Thomas 157; family 229

aAumonier, W. (and Sons) 85n., 236

Avenue timers, Surbiton 212

Avenue Studios, Sydney Close 103, Pl. 55c

Aylcy, William 172

B. P. Peasion Fund 17

aBaars, Frans van 37

aBabb, Samuel 197, 201

Bacon, C, C. Irvine and Charles 176

Badcock, Robert 63

Bagnall, Gibbons 177

aBagues Ltd. 85n.

Bailey: Henry 229; John 63

Bailey's Hotel, Berkeley Square 63

aBaillie Scott and Beresford 39

Baird, Elizabeth 188

aBaker, Alice 193

Baker George 243; John 26; Richard 24

Balfour, Mrs. Percy 84

Ball, Joseph 243, 244–5

bBall, Richard 98n.

Ballard: Rev. E. H. 176, 238; Rev. G. F. 175, 176, 238, 240

Balloon ascent 181

Banim, John 27, 253

aBanks and Barry 108

Baptist chapels 68, 85, 143, 169

Barbary pirates 87

Barber, William 145

aBarber, William 126

Barclay, Alexander and David 50

Barclays Bank 179, 238

Barker, Charles Mylne 188

Barker and Ellis 188

Barker Street 187, 188–9, Pl. 75c

Barker's Mews 188

Barkham Terrace, Southward No. 7 157

Barkston Ash division (Parliamentary) 210

Bamham, Joseph 9

Barnsley, Sidney 123

bBarr, James 233

bBarrat (t), William 25n., 26n., 42, 42n., 62–3

Barringer, Wright 64

Barrington: Edward 190; William Wildman, 2nd Viscount 34

aBarrow, Ernest R. 7, 26

aBarry, Charles, junior (Banks and B.) 108

Barthe, Victor 183

aBasevi, George: as architect 65, 69, 70, 72, 75–6, 92–3, 94–6 98–100, 10ln., 105, 106, 107; as surveyor to Alexander estate 65, 66–7, 69, 70, 73, 74, 75, 76, 92; as surveyor to Smith's Charity estate 66–7, 76, 92, 93, 101, 102, 131

Basil Street (formerly North Street, q.v.) In., 6, 10, 13, 18, 23
-, Basil Street Hotel 7, 14, 82; Knightsbridge Fire Station 39;
-, Nos. 2–8 7; see also Harrods

Batchellor: Edward 199; Samuel 175; family 198

aBather, E. Walcot 31

bBatterbury, Richard 7, 24

Battersea (brick fields in) 28

Battersea, Lord (Cyril Flower) 57n.

bBattley Sons and Holmes 8

Batty, William 44, 45

aBaud, Benjamin B. 247–50passim, 251

Bawden, Edward176

aBayes, Jesse 117

Beach, William 34

bBeale,John 216, 237, 238, 239, 240

aBeard,J. Stanley, and Clare 169, 171, 230, 238

aBeard and Bennett 169

Beauchamp (formerlyGrove) Place 4, 6, 7, 24–6, Pl. 15; inhabitants 26, 253

Beaufort Estates 35

Beaufort Gardens 5, 24, Pl. 18d; Nos. 48–50 7

Beazley, C. N. 219, 239

Bedford Arms p.h. 244

bBeedle,John 178

Beer, A. C. C.172

aBeesley, Alfred J.125

Belcher, Admiral Sir Edward 74

Belchier's (or Belcher's) brewhouse 241

Belgic Legion 182

Belgrave Square 92, 102

Belgravia Dairv Company Ltd. 81

Belgravia Estate Ltd. 13, 17, 18, 20

Bell and Horns Lane 1, In.

Bell and Horns p.h. 1, In., 3, 5, 6, 60, 63, 82–3, Pls. llb, 42a, b

Bell p.h. 60

aBellini, Mr. (PBellenie, William) 137

Bellworthy, John 26

Beloe, Rev. William 39

Belsize Park 205

bBelsky, Franta 36

Benham, William 243n.

Bennett, Herbert 13, 18

bBennett, Joseph 64

Bere, A. C. C. 172

Berkeley, 8th Earl of 169

Berkeley of Stratton, 4th Baron 174

Berkeley Square 63, 186

Berlin (Wertheim store) 22

aBerra, L. 57

Betjeman, John 31

Bens, John 39

Beverley, Mary fig. 2 (p. 11)

Bhownagree, Ave Merwanjee 236

Bickers, Charles 183, 184, 186, 187; w. of 187

Bicknell, Algernon Sidney 108

Bigg, Huntley 189

aBiglioski, Vincent 193

Bigwood, Rev. John 143

Billiard rooms (public) 215, 221

Billing Place (formerly North Street) 244–5, fig. 73, Pl. 103b

Billing Road (formerly St. Mark's Place or Road) 241, 243–5 passim, fig. 73

Billing (formerly South) Street 244, 245, Pl. 103a

Billings area 241–5, fig. 71

Billing's spring or well 241

Billington: Elizabeth 90, 253; James 90

Billingwell Dyche (Counter's Creek) 241

bBingley, Henry 226

Birch, Abel 74

bBird: George and William 131; Stephen 172

Birkhead: Edward and Ellen 166, 189; Man (nee Middleton) 189; William 166, 189

Birks, William 10

Birmingham (Oratorians' residence at) 50

Birmingham, Bristol and Thames Junction Railway (from 1840 West London Railway) 5, 12, 44, 79

Biscoe: Bethia fig. 2 (p. 11); Catherine Frances 36; Elisha (d. 1685) fig. 2; Elisha (1705–76) 3, 36, 38, 39, fig. 2; Elisha (1753 4–1829) 37, 39, fig. 2; Joseph fig. 2; Patience Eleanor fig. 2; Vincent John 36, fig. 2; William 244

Biscoe's Buildings, Brompton Road 3, 36

Black, Isabella Maud fig. 46 (p. 157)

Black Bull p.h. 241, Pl. 102a, c

aBlackford, A. 169

Blacklands Lane, Chelsea 31

Blacklands Sewer 93

Blackmore: Elizabeth 177; Sir Richard 199, 200; William 177, 200

Bladon Lodge, South Bolton Gardens 201, 202, 230, fig. 59, Pl. 99

Blake: Christopher 87, fig. 2 (p. 11); Eleanor fig. 2; Francis fig. 2; John fig. 2; Margaret fig. 2; Man (later Harris and Domey) fig. 2; Thomas fig. 2; Sir William 9, 33, 58, 87, fig. 2; William fig. 2

bBlake, William 167n., 168

aBlanc, Louis D. 23

Blanchard, 181

aBlangy, Louis A. 37

Blemell House school 50, Pl. 11c

aBlomfield, Arthur 46, 48

aBlomfield, Arthur, junior 48

aBlomfield, Austin 169, 230

Blomfield, C. J. 248

Blomfield, Reginald 123

bBlood, William, Ltd. 114

bBlore, Charles Henry 62, 76

aBlore, John: as architect 44, 48, 76, 77, 78, 78n., 158, 160, 172, 238; as surveyor to Alexander estate 76; as surveyor to Day estate 157, 161; resident 89n.

bBlore, William 201

Blue (commemorative) Plaques 45, 66, 96, 110

Bocquet, Edward Paul 74

aBodley and Gamer 55

Boehm, Sir J. Edgar 103, 111, 189

Bocvey: James 184, 198; family 198

Bognor (Servite church and monastery) 192

Boileau, L. C. 22

Bolton Gardens 202, 210, Pl. 79c
-, Nos. 1–4 202, 210, 211; No. 5 202, 210, 211, fig. 65a (p. 218); No. 6 202, 210, 211; Nos. 7–8 202, 210, 211, 237 see also South Bolton Gardens

Bolton Gardens Mews 210, 230, 237

Bolton Gardens West (now Nos. 198–224 Old Brompton Road) 215, 217, 221, 228

Bolton House see Fulham Road, No. 254 (dem.)

Bolton Lodge, Gilston Road 173

Bolton Mews (now Cresswell Place, q.c.) 161, 229, 237

Bolton Studios 176

Boltons, The 203, 204, 205–7, 232, 237, figs. 58, 61, 62 (pp. 196, 205, 207), Pis. 1, 80–2
-, architecture 206–7; central garden 206; eastern crescent 69, 204, 205–6, Pl. 81; name 205, 237; northern limb 206, 229, 231; occupants 206, 211; shape 206; western crescent 205, 206, Pl. 80
-, (Earl's Court) Telephone Exchange 231
-, Nos. 1–2 Pl. 81a; No. 3 231; No. 4 206, 231; No. 6 232; No. 7 206, 232, 237; No. 9 207, 237, Pl. 81b; No. 10 Pl. 81b; No. 11 232, 237; No. 12 207, fig. 61 (p. 205), Pl. 82a-c; No. 15 206; No. 16 206, 210, 212, 219, 237, Pis. 80c, 82d; No. 17 210, 219, Pl. 80c; Nos. 18–19 219, Pl. 80b, c; Nos. 20–24 206, 207, 237, Pl. 80; No. 25 206, 207, Pl. 80a; No. 26 Pl. 80a; No. 27 232, 237, Pl. 80a; No. 28 206, 237, fig. 651 (p. 218), Pl. 80a; No. 29 206, 210, 232, 237; No. 30 206, 232, 237 see also St. Mary's Church

Boltons, The Little see Little Boltons, The

Bolton's Estate or Field 205

Bon Marche store, Paris 22

Bonham, W. and F. C, and Sons Ltd. 38

Bonham's Montpelier Galleries 38

bBonnin, James, senior 4, 10, 25n., 40, 42, 42n., 61–70 passim, 72, 91–8, 101; bankruptcy, emigration and death 101; biographical details 61, 92, 93, 97, 101; building on Alexander estate 62–5, 66, 67, 68, 69, 72; building on Smith's Charity estate 91, 92–8; finances 70, 94, 98

bBonnin, James, junior 34, 61, 94, 204, 207, 239, 240; biographical details 61, 63, 93n., 97, 101; building on Alexander estate 64, 65, 68, 69, 70, 72; building on Smith's Charity estate 92, 93, 94, 96, 97, 101

Bonnin, John 93

Booth, Charles (survey of living conditions) 223, 245

aBooth, John 92

Boothby, Lady Louisa 30

Borrow, George 252

Boscawen, William 190

Boscobel Place, Belgravia 101

Bosio, Father 191, 192

aBostock, Robert 86

Boston Hall, Tadcaster, Yorks. 212

Boston Row 12

Boswell, James 181

Boucicault, Dion 66, 200, 253

aBoulton, — (of Swales and Boulton) 234

aBoulton, Richard 192,236

Boulton: William(the elder) and William (his s., later William Boulton Poynton) 197, 200; family 197, 205, 237

Boundaries, parish and borough 1, In., 9, 33, 39, 241, fig. 1 (p. 2)

Bousfield Primary School 201, 231, 239

Bouverie: Philip Pleydell 246, 251; Messrs. 246

Bovey, James 198

Bowden: John 183; Mrs. 50

Bowling Green Row, Fulham Road 172

Bowling greens 150, 171, 172

Bowling saloons 215, 221

Boyce.J. J. 192

Boyle, Charles, 4th Earl of Orrery 198

Boyne, Rev. Richard 74

Brabant (insurrection in 1790 at) 182, 182n.

Brace: .Anna Maria (née Harris) 9, 58, 58n., fig. 2 (p. 11); Harris Thurloc 9, 58, 60, fig. 2; John Thurloc 58, fig. 2; family 3, 36, fig. 2

bBrace, William 178

aBraddell, Darcy 83, 84

bBradley, Benjamin and Thomas 174, 208, 238, 239

Bradley, Robert and William 65

aBradshaw, Laurence 57

aBrady, Erie 114

Braham, John 90,97, 253

Bramham Gardens 122

aBrandon, David 133

aBrassington, Charles E. 125, 126

aBratt, Colbran and Company 85n.

bBraund, Thomas 98n.

Bray: Reginald 92, 100; and Company 105

Brechin Place 156

Brecknock Villa Old Brompton Road 202, 231

Breconshire (Gunter family home in) 240

Brent, Elizabeth (net Dodemead), Thomas and Rev. William 156

Brescia, Italy (church of San Domenico) 57, 57n.

Brettingham, Matthew l0n.

Brew Brothers 155

Breweries and brew houses 183, 241

Brick earth and gravel, digging for 199, 235

Bricks and brickwork, instances of use: Cowley bricks 77; cut and moulded 152; narrow (two-inch) 123; stocks 47, 61, 107, 140; Suffolks 47; Sussex 85

Bridge Street (now part of Fulham Road) 241

Brigade of Guards (monument to) 252

aBriggs, R. A. 35

aBrindley and Foster 48

Bristol 175, 233, 239

Bristow, William 60, 91, 92, 146. 147

Bristowe, Dr. John Syer 133

British Telecommunication's Chelsea Telephone Service Centre 179

Broadbent, James 199

Brompton: character of 1, 3, 4, 5, 12, 31, 50; designation of 1; inhabitants 4, 12, 253–4; see also ‘New Brompton’; Old Brompton

Brompton Arcade 6, 7, 13

Brompton Botanic Garden 139

Brompton Cemetery 179, 241, 242, 245, 246–52, figs. 74–5 (pp. 247, 249), Pls. 104–7

Brompton (later St. John's) Chapel 3, 12, 34, 38, Pl. 10a

Brompton Cottage 104, 150, 152; estate 149, 150, 152

Brompton Cottages, Hollywood Road 179, 238

Brompton Crescent (later Egerton Crescent, q.v.) 4, 90, 92, 101, 120, 253 (No. 13), 254 (Nos. 15, 20)

Brompton estate see under Kensington, 2nd Baron

Brompton Exchange Station 80

Brompton Grange, Yeoman's Row 90, 97, 98, 253

Brompton Grove 3, 4, 5, 23, 24, 25, 27

Brompton Hall, Old Brompton Road 27, 79, 87, 88

Brompton Heath 91, 103, 144

Brompton Hospital 91, 100–1, 130–9, 141, 180, fig. 38 (pp. 134–5), Pl. 62a, b; nurses' home 133–4; St. Luke's Chapel 135–9, figs. 39–40, Pls. 62b, c, 63; south block 133, 134

Brompton Hospital estate 139–43, fig. 37 (p. 131)

Brompton House, Old Brompton Road 150

Brompton Lane 1, In., 3, 50, 60n.

Brompton Lower Grove27, 29, 30; Nos. 10, 13 253

Brompton National School 34, 38, Pl. 10b

Brompton Oratory see Oratory, London

Brompton Park House 254

Brompton Park Lane (Gore Lodge) 254

Brompton Park Nursery 3, 91

Brompton (formerly Lloyd's) Place 13, 23, 24, Pl. 8c

Brompton Place (later part of Brompton Road) In., 34, Pl. 4

Brompton Road 1–49 passim, 61,88–90,91,120–2,128, fig. 1 (p. 2), Pis. 2–7, 8a, b, d, 10b, 14, 15b, 16a, c, d, 18a–c, 19, 20, 21c, 24, 25a, 26, 42 before development 1–3; estates and property boundaries 3, fig. 1 (p. 2); general 1–8; nomenclature 1, In.; north side 8,33–49 passim; numbering 5, 12; road-widenings 5, 13, 37, 46, 82; south side 7–8, 9–32 passim, 88–90, 91, 120–2 All Saints' Schools 8; Art Workshops 35, Pl. 14c; Brompton Arcade 6, 7, 13; Brompton National School 34, 38, Pl. 10b; Brompton Road Station 6, 46; Bunch of Grapes p.h. 7, 28, Pl. 16d; Caltex House 8, 35, 36, Pl. 24c; Collier House 7; Crompton Court 8,128; Crown and Sceptre p.h. 8, 36; Daisy, The 13, Pl. 20a; Egerton Mansions 122; Empire House 8, 63, 82–3, Pl. 42b, c; Fulham Bridge p.h. 3, 33, 34, 35, 40, Pis. 4, 7c; Gladstone p.h. 46; Grove House 27, 28; Hereford House (Nos. 193–195) 7, Pl. 24a; Hour Glass p.h. 8, 31, 32; Imperial Court 13–14; Knight's Court 37–8; Knightsbridge Station 6, 7, 13, 14, Pl. 14d; Lionel House 8, 35–6; London and Westminster Bank 45, Pl. 14b; Ovington Court 7, 30; Park Mansions 8, 14; Park Mansions Arcade 6, 14; Princes Court 8, 37–8, Pl. 24b; Red Lion p.h. 9, 23, 24, Pl. 18b; St. George's Court and Garage 8, 91, 128; Saville Court 46; Silver City House (Nos. 58a–64) 8, 35, Pl. 24c; Swan inn 3, 9; Trevor House 8; World's End p.h. 3, 33, 34 see also Harrods
-, Numbers before 1864
-, Nos. 1–11 (later 38–58 even) 34; No. 3 (near Brompton Park House) 254
-, Numbers since 1864
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–22 8, 14; Nos. 24–26 8; Nos. 38–40 (dem.) In., 34; Nos. 42–58 (dem.) In., 4, 34, Pl. 7d; Nos. 44–58 (Caltex House) 8, 35, 36, PL 24c; No. 58a (Brompton National School, dem.) 34, 38, Pl. 10b; No. 58a (Art Workshops, dem.) 35, Pl. 14c; Nos. 58A–64 (Silver City House) 8, 35, Pl. 24c; Nos. 60–64 (c 1777–80, dem.) 34, Pl. 7c; Nos. 60–64 (1905–6, dem.) 35, PL 14c; No. 66 (Fulham Bridge p.h., dem.) 3, 33, 34, 35, 40, Pls. 4, 7c; Nos. 66–76 (Lionel House) 8, 35–6; Nos. 68–76 (dem.) 34, 35, PL 8b (No. 76); Nos. 70–74 (1896, dem.) 35, Pis. 8b, 14a; Nos. 78–94 (Princes Court) 8, 37, PL 24b; No. 78 (shop) 38; Nos. 78–188 formerly Brompton Row, q.v.:; Nos. 96–104 (Trevor House) 8; Nos. 106–110 8; No. 108 (dem.) 6,37, fig. 9; Nos. 110–114 (dem.) 37; Nos. 116–118 8; Nos. 120–122 8, 36; Nos. 124–126 8; No. 128 8, 36; No. 130 8, 37, Pl. 8d; No. 132 (Crown and Sceptre p.h.) 8,36; Nos. 134–138 8,36; Nos. 140–148 8; No. 142 (dem.) 37, fig. 8, (p. 35); Nos. 144–146 (dem.) 37; Nos. 150–152 8, 36, PL 6d; No. 154 8,37; No. 156 8,36, Pl. 6c; Nos. 158–166 8; No. 168 8,36,38–9; No. 170 8, 36, 254; Nos. 172–174 8, 36; Nos. 176–186 8; No. 188 8, 36, Pl. 6b; Nos. 190–212 (dem.) 7, 45 (No. 200), 46, PL 14b (No. 200); Nos. 220–224 (Empire House) 8, 63, 82–3, PL 42b, c; Nos. 250–262 (St. George's Court and Garage) 8, 91, 128; Nos. 264–268 8, 117; Nos. 270–280 (Crompton Court) 8, 128
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1,1A (dem.) Pl. 7b; Nos. 1–9 7, PL 19b; Nos. 13–27 7, 13–14, PL 19b; Nos. 29–31 6, 7, 13, 14, PL 19b; No. 33 (dem.) 13, PL 20a; Nos. 33–57 7, 13, PL 20a (No.35), b (No.57), c; No. 59 7, 13, PLs. 20b, c, 22a, c; No. 61 7, 13, PL 20b, c; Nos. 63–77 7, 14; No. 65 (dem.) Pl. 7a; Nos. 79–85 6, 7, 14, 20, Pl. 21c; Nos. 87–135 see Harrods; Nos. 101–103 (dem.) 18; No. 105 (dem.) 17; Nos. 137–159 6, 7, 14, 17, 20, PL 26a; No. 161 7, 23, 24, PL 18a, b; Nos. 163–169 (dem.) 23, 24, PL 18a, c; Nos. 163–169 (Collier House) 7; Nos. 171–175 (dem.) 23, 24, PL 18a; Nos. 171–175 7; No. 177 7, 23, 24, PL 18a; Nos. 179–181 7, 25–6; No. 183 (dem.) 25–6; No. 183 7, 26; Nos. 185–187 7, 25,26; Nos. 187A–195 (dem.) 5, 28, 30; Nos. 187A–195 7, PL 24a; Nos. 197–201 (dem.) 29, PL 16a; Nos. 197–205 (Ovington Court) 7, 30; Nos. 203–205 (dem.) Pl. 16c; No. 207 (Bunch of Grapes p.h.) 7, 28, PL 16d; Nos. 209–225 8, 121, 122; No. 223 (dem.) 89n.; Nos. 227–233 8, 120, 121–2, PL 25a (No. 233); No. 235 8, 120, 121–2, fig. 33, PL 25a; Nos. 237–251 8, 120, 122, PL 25a (No. 237); Nos. 275–283 32; Nos. 285–293 8, 31; Nos. 295–307 8, 32; Nos. 309–315 8, 31

Brompton Road Station 6, 46

Brompton Row (later Nos. 78–188 Brompton Road) 3, 4, 5, 7, 36–8, Pis. 4–6, 8a, b, d; Nos. 14, 23 254, No. 45 38;
-, No. 46 254

Brompton Square 4, 5, 40–6, 62, fig. 10 (p. 41), Pis. lid, 12 east side 42, 43; garden 43; north end 44, 45, fig. 11 (pp. 42–3), PL 12c; occupants 45; west side 43, 44 named occupants by house: No. 1 42, 61; No. 6 45. 253;
-, No. 7 254; No. 14 253; No. 15 45, 253; No. 19 253; No. 21 45, 253, 254; No. 22 253, 254; Nos. 23, 30 253; No. 36 45; No. 40 253; No. 59 254; No. 61 45

Brompton Terrace 12

Brompton Vale 5, 254

Brondreth, Paul H. 193

Brook Street, Mayfair (No. 86) 110

Brookfield, Rev. W. H. 167

aBrookholding-Jones, Adrian 55

Brookwood Cemetery 49

Brothels 26

aBrown, Miss 193

Brown, Catherine fig. 2 (p. 11)

bBrown, George 29, 141

bBrown, J. 114

aBrown, M. Mostyn 23

Brown, Samuel 149

bBrown, T. W. 229, 239

Browne: Arthur 40; Elizabeth 12, fig. 2 (p. 11); John 9, 58, fig. 2; Margaret fig. 2; Man Tatham 40; William (d. 1736) fig. 2; William (s. of previous) 3, 4, 9, 12, fig. 2; family 3, 36, 58, fig. 2

Brunswick Place 40, 42, 45

aBuckland, V., and Garrard 13

Buckler, C. A. 54

aBuckley: James 70, 72, 94, 98n.; Patrick 203

Bucknall: Samuel 88, 90, 91; William 87–8; family 88

Buckstone, John Baldwin 67, 253

Builder, The 5, 12, 45, 62, 78, 110. 216, 251

Builders and speculative building agreements, terms of 61–2, 64–5, 92–3, 102, 139–40, 141, 151, 157–9 passim bankruptcies 36, 44, 61, 69, 78, 89, 93, 97, 101, 154–5, 160, 177, 178, 201, 204, 205, 215, 216, 224 capital sources: architects 88, 123, 125, 217; banks 82, 83, 88, 141, 153, 226, 228; building societies 29, 179; building trades 36, 70, 72, 94, 98, 158, 226; ground landlords 140, 141, 146, 178, 201, 226; insurance companies 44, 104–5, 118, 226; lawyers 65, 72, 82, 94, 104, 118, 146, 152, 175, 226, 228; miscellaneous private 25, 29, 44, 63, 64, 65, 69, 70, 72, 74, 77, 78, 88, 94, 98, 118, 123, 140, 152, 179, 217, 224, 226, 228 fluctuations 3, 28, 43, 67, 90, 101, 105, 140, 141, 151, 152, 153, 157, 158, 160, 228 interest rates 101, 224, 226, 228 labour relations 152, 216, 228 lease covenants 93, 100, 158 organization and methods 78, 119, 158, 203, 216–17, 224 profit and loss 28, 29, 90, 104, 119, 141, 151, 155, 224 size of firm 70, 104, 204, 216 workshops, yards and plant 10, 44, 61, 63, 92, 97, 103, 145, 152, 155, 183, 216, 221

Builders' Arms p.h. 172

Building Acts and regulations 21–2, 28, 78

Building materials: particularized in sale 181; quality of 78; specified in building agreements 25, 61–2, 140; see also bricks and brickwork; carton pierre; cement; concrete; iron and ironwork; pisé; stone and stonework; terracotta and faience; timber

Bull (Bull's Head, Black Bull) p.h. 241

Bunch of Grapes p.h. 7, 28, PL 16d

bBundey, William 244

Bunn Alfred 149, 253

Burbidgc, Richard 18, 20–1, 22

Burden, Philip Henry 17

aBurges, William 57

bBurgess, Edward William 92

Burial grounds 46, see also Brompton Cemetery

Burke, John 167

aBurleigh, H. 244

Burley, George 193

Burley House, Fulham Road 193. 194

Burlington House and Arcade, Piccadilly 144

aBurn, George Adam 7, 24

Burnand, Sir F. C. 237

aBurne-Jones, (Sir) Edward 15, 252

aBurr Alfred 86, 241

Burrows, Sir Frederick Abernethy 119

bBurton, Allen 89

aBurton, Thomas 207

bBush, A., and Sons 14

Bushell, William 146

Butcher, John 34, 36n., 40

Bute, 3rd Marquess of 57

Butler: Lady (Elizabeth Thompson) 240; F. Hedges, Frederick, J. W. and lames 183; John 179, 222; John Dixon 222

bButler, Samuel 182–3, 238

Butler, Maj. (later Lt.-Gen. Sir) W. F. and w. 240

bButler, William 182

Butler family 184

Buttercup p.h. 9

Byng: Hon. Edmund 246, I Ion. and Rev. F. C. E. (later 5th Earl of Stratford) 114

Cabmen's shelter, Thurloc Place 82n., tig. 22 (p. 83)

Cabmen's Shelter Fund 82n.

Cadogan Earls: 2nd and 3rd 67n.; 5th 13

Cadogan estate, Chelsea 4, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 20

Cadogan family 123

Cadogan Gardens, No. 105 (site of) 50

Cadogan Place 4

Cadogun Square (No. 62) 126

Cafe, Thomas 23

Cale Street, Chelsea (convent in) 190

aCalegari, Santo 57

Call Sir John 171

bCallott, Thomas 10

Calloway, Francis and Richard 87

Caltex House, Brompton Road 8, 35, 36, Pl. 24c

Camden Society (Camdenians) 136

Campbell, George 197, 200

Campbell, Lady George 58, 82; leases from or agreements with 83, 84, 85, 86

Campbell, Joan 58

aCampbell, Smith and Co. 123

Cancer Hospital, Fulham Road 180

Cannon, Sarah 175

Canterbury, Archbishops of 87n.; A. C. Tait 114; Frederick Temple (statue of) 116

Cantwell, Robert 157

aCapello, A. 57

Capital and Counties Property Company Ltd. 7, 14, 17

aCarden, Andrew (Garden, Godfrey and Macfadyen) 56

Cardiothoracic Institute 134, 134n.

Carlos, E. J. 47

Carmarthen, Marquess of (later 2nd Duke of Leeds) 174

bCarmichael lames 7, 20, 128

Camelly, John 60

aCaroe, Alban 115

aCaroe, W. D. 114, 115. 116, 117

Carpenter's Arms p.h. 27

Carpet Ground 87, 105

Carr, Alwyn 179

Carroll, Lewis 77

Carter, John 160

Carton pierre 55

bCary, Thomas 72

aCasson, Sir Hugh 232,237

aCasson Conder Partnership 232, 237

aCastle, Sidney 8, 32

Catalani, Angelica 27, 253

Cathcart House, Redcliffe Road 176, 212, 215, 240

Cathcart Road 175, 184, 212, 232, 237, Pls. 84b, 87c, 101c
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 10, 12, 18, 20 232, 237, Pl. 101c; No. 22 231, 237; No. 24 232, 237; Nos. 26–30 214, 237; No. 32 214, 224, 237; Nos. 34–42 237; No. 44 219, 237; Nos. 46–60 237; No. 62 222, 237; Nos. 64–66, 72–82 237
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–3 212, 216, 237, Pl. 84b; No. 5 212, 216, 237; No. 7 212, 216, 237; Nos. 9–15 214, 220, 237; Nos. 17–25 220, 237; No. 27 219, 237, fig. 65e; Nos. 29–43 237; Nos. 45–49 220, 237; Nos. 51–59 224 (No. 57), 237, Pl. 87c

Cavaye, Maj.-Gen. W. F. 171

Cavaye Place 171–2, fig. 51, Pl. 73b

aCave, Walter 174, 229–30, 239, 240

bCawley, S. and R. 8, 122

Cawston, Arthur 169

aCawthorne, A. M. 46

Cecil, Sir Robert 163

Cecil Court, Fawcett Street 184, 237

Cement (Keene's) 56, 86

Census returns see under Social character

Chadwick, Edwin 250, 251

bChafen, Samuel 8, 122

Chalk Farm 205

Chalmers, Robert 74

aChamberlin, Powell and Bon 231, 239

Chandless: Henry Gore 178, 179; Thomas 178

Chapel Place 36

Chapel Row (now Cheval Place, q.v.) 36, 38, 39, 44

Chapels see Churches and chapels

Chapman, Mr. (bootmaker) 174

bChapman: James Robert 98n.; John 70; William 29

bChappell: Henry Joseph 141; J. T. 45

Chare, John and William 197

Charing Cross Hospital 206

Charity Commissioners 87n.

Charles (now Wellington) Street, Covent Garden 156

Charleston, South Carolina (St. Michael's Church) 33

Charlone, Princess of Wales 201

Charlotte, Queen 9

Charterhouse 67

bCharteris, D. 55

Chatterley, Louisa Simeon 45, 253

Chauvil or Chauvin, Mr. 174

aChavalliaud, L. J. 55

Chelsea 1, In., 6, 29, 31, 162, 163, 174, 175, 186; Gunter property in 202–3, 204, 208, 216, 231

Chelsea Building Society 29

Chelsea Football Club 241

Chelsea Grove (now part of Cavaye Place) 171 172

Chelsea Park 166

Chelsea Square 133

Cheltenham 235

Cherry orchard 201, 202

Chester Row, Belgravia 102

Chester Terrace, Belgravia 104

Cheval Place 34, 36, 38, 39, 44, Pl. 13c; No. 41 38; Nos. 2–10 (even) 39; Nos. 48–72 (even) 44

Cheyne Walk, Chelsea 17, 204

Chicago (Schlesinger and Mayer store) 22

Chichester, 3rd Earl of (Henry Thomas Pelham) 92

Child, Matthew 241

Cholera epidemic (1849) 250

Church of Immaculate Heart of Man see Oratory, London

Churches, Commissioners for Building New 46, 47, 232–3

Churches and chapels: Protestant 3, 10, 38, 46–9, 68, 85, 101n., 102, 112–17, 135–9, 143, 169, 175, 179, 199, 223, 224, 232–6, 248, 250, figs. 12, 30–1, 39–40, 69–70, 75; Roman Catholic 50–7, 190–3, 248, figs. 13–14, 57

bChutter, William 60

Cinemas see ABC, Paris Pullman

aCity Design Group 232, 237

City of London Real Property Company Ltd. 36

bClaggett, Crispus 10, l0n.

Clapham Park 151

Clareville Cottage 253

Clareville Grove 168; Nos. 20–30 178

Clareville Street 94n.

Claridge's 20

bClark, James 89

bClark(e), Joseph: the elder 3,8,9, 27,28, 36,36n.; the younger 9

Clarke, Edward 198

aClarke, Edward 52

aClarke, Henry John 160, 204, 240

aClarke, Howard Chatfeild 82

aClarke, Joseph (fl. 1825) 25n.; see also Clark(e), Joseph

aClarke, Maximilian 82n.

aClarke, T. Chatfeild 153

Clarke, William 198

bClarke and Company 154

aClarke Hall, Denis, and Partners 7

Clark's Buildings, Yeoman's Row 9, 28

Clarkson, Alderman Robert 189

Claro Terrace see Old Brompton Road, Nos. 263–279

cClayton, J. R. 48

cClayton and Bell 48, 113, 116, 192

Clementi, Muzio 27, 253

aClifton, E. N. 211, 237

Clifton Arms p.h. 172

Clifton Place (now part of Cavaye Place) 171, 172

Clifton Terrace, Fulham Road 172

aCloake, George 173

Clock House inn 9

aClutton, Henry (1819-93)

aClutton, Henry (1814-95)

Glutton, J. H. 118, 120

aClutton, William, I and II 92

Clutton family 92

aCluttons 129

Clyde Street (now Redcliffe Place, q.v.) 239

Coach-houses see Mews, stables and coach-houses

bCoalbrookdale Company 119

aCoates, Wells 38, 126

bCobbett, Richard 167, 167n.

Cobbett, William 90n.

bCock, William 42n.

Cockerton, Thomas Barclay 123

aCodina-Langlin, V. 56, 57

aCoe, Ernest Oswald 39

Cointereaux, Francois 91

bColchester, John Legeytt 66, 94n.

Cole: Man 80–1, 161, 176; Mr. (C. N.) 226; Sir Henry 74, 104, 110, 114, 176,252

Coleborne, Joseph 150

Coleherne: field or area 163, 195; Great 197, 198; Little 165, 197, 198

Coleherne Court (flats) 229–30, 239, Pl. 101b

Coleherne House 195, 197, 199–201, 212, Pl. 78b

Coleherne Mews 237, Pl. 85c

Coleherne p.h. (formerly Coleherne Arms) 214, 217, 221, 239, fig. 66c, Pl. 89c

Coleherne Road 199, 216, 219 (No. 32), 223, 237, Pis. 87b, 88a

Coleherne Terrace 221, 239

aCollbran, William Henry 81, 123, 125, 126, 128, 161, 169; w. of 169

Collier, John Payne 253

Collier House 7

bCollins and Godfrey 116

Collis, James 244

Colman, George, the younger 253

Colosseum, Regent's Park 90

Colvill estate, Chelsea 76

Comley.J. B. 183

Concrete 55

aConder, Neville 232, 237

aCondy, —191

Conservation Area (The Boltons) 232

Conservatories 112, 126, 200, 201, 219–20

Consumption Hospital see Brompton Hospital

Continental Tyre Company 82, 83

Conway, Philip 202

Cook, John 60

Cooke, Thomas P. 74, 253

bCooke and Battson 81

Cooley, Henry 28

Cools (dealer) 57

Coombes, Robert (monument to) 251, tig. 74 (p. 247), Pl. 107b

Cooper, Frederick 244

bCooper, H. W. 132

aCooper, Henry E. 81, 104

Cooper, John 253

Cooper and Company 35

Copyhold land 9, 12, 31, 40, 46. 50, 58, 87, 144, 145, 149, 151, 156, 163, 197, 198, 200, 212, 214, 241

aCorbarelli, Antonio, Domenico and Francesco 57

Corbett: A. J. 224; W. G. 215

bCorbett, William 152, 175, 176, 212, 214, 215, 216, 217, 219, 222, 223, 224, 226, 228, 237–40 passim; see also Corbett (William) and McClymont (Alexander), firm of

Corbert and Company 224

bCorbett (William) and McChmont (Alexander), firm of 176, 179, 180, 193–4, 195, 200–1, 209, 211–28 passim, 237–40 passim

Corbett House, Cathcart Road 231, 237

Corby, Caroline 122

Corder, Elizabeth and James 186

aCorfiato, H. O. 237

Cork, Dean of (John Erskine) 40, 46

aCosgreave, J. 55, 56, 57

bCostain Construction Ltd. 8

Cottage Place 40, 42, 46, Pl. 13b

aCotton, Ballard and Blow 179

Coulson Street, Chelsea 76

Counter's Bridge (Countessesbrugge) and Creek 241

County Fire Office 105, 118

Coutts and Company (bank) 153, 154, 197, 226,228

Coventry, Lord Keeper (Thomas, 1st Baron) 165

Coventry, H. A 186

Covington, Rev. William 48

bCowcher,John 36n.

Cowen, William 167

Cowper, Henn 91

Cowper House, Old Brompton Road 91, 102, PL 52d

bCox, Robert 94

Cox and Company 158

Cranley Arms ph. 103, fig. 26 (p. 102), PL 55d

Cranlcy Gardens 103, 104, 107, 108, 110, 118, PL 59b
-, Nos. 1a, 1–13 (odd) 108; Nos. 15–37 (odd) 103, 104, 108, fig. 27 (No. 33), PL 59b; Nos. 2–54 (even) 103 (No. 38), 104 (Nos. 18, 42), 108; see also St. Peter's Church

Cranley Mews 110, 118

Cranlcy Place 103, 107, 108; No. 19 110

Cranley Terrace see Fulham Road, Nos. 48–78

aCraze, Romilly 234

Creed, John 177

Creigh, William Benjamin 35

Crescent House 67, 90, 121, 126

Crescent Place, Fulham (now Brompton) Road 31

Crescent Place (Smith's Charity estate) 97, 98, 98n., 100; Nos. 1a, 1–8 100; Nos. 9–11 129

Cresswell, Sir Cresswell and William 201

Cresswell Gardens 229; Nos. 1–9 237; Nos. 10–12 231, 237; Nos. 13–17 237

Cresswell Lodge 201, 229, fig. 59, PL 78c

Cresswell Place 156, 161, 206, 229, 232, 237, PL 69a
-, Nos. 6, 6a, 7, 7A 7b 232, 237; No. 18 169, 237, fig. 50 (p. 170), PL 69a; Nos. 21, 22, 25 169, 237, PL 69a; Nos. 37, 38, 43, 44, SO 161

Cresta Silks 38

bCrew, Christopher 244

Cricket ground 150

Cripps, Robert 244

bCroggan, Messrs. 54

Croker, T. Crofton 4–5

Crompton: Benjamin 34; R. K. li. 128

Crompton Court 8, 128

Cromwell, Oliver 58, 166

Cromwell Gardens (No. 5) 229

Cromwell Lane 254

Cromwell Place 63, 79, 81, 12H

Cromwell Road 1, 5, 50, 79, 81, 84, 112; No. 21 104 Nos 23–27 (odd) 105

bCrouch Construction Ltd. 8

Crown and Sceptre p.h. 8, 36

bCrowther, T., and Sons 85n., I8ln.

Croydon 228; Church of St. Mary Magdalene 137

Cruden, Alexander 181

Cubitt, Thomas 29, 105

Cullen, W. H. (Messrs.) 174

aCullinan, Edward 238

Cumberlege, Charles Nathaniel 147

Cumberlege-Ware family 147

bCumming, John 167, 167n.

Cundey, Samuel 186, 187

Cundy: Charles Fishlake 105,114; Thomas II114; Thomas III 252

bCurtis, Edwin, senior 175, 209, 238, 240

Curtis, William 139

aCutler, Thomas W. 153

Cycling club (ladies') 201

D. H. Evans, Oxford Street 23

Daglish-Bellasis, Mrs. 55

Daisy, The, Brompton Road 13, PL 20a

Dalmeny House, Thurloe Place 63, 82, 83, PL 42c

Dalziel, C. L. 230

Dance, Charles 200, 253

Dancer Road, Fulham 217, 219

aDaniells and Fricker 57

aDarky, Robert 25,40, 42

Darlington 155

aDart and Francis 116

Dasent, Arthur 128

Date, Nathaniel 26n.

Daugars, Guillaume 74

Davenport, Mary .Ann 253

bDavies, Frederick Dethcridge 160

bDavies, George 155

Davies, Griffith 226

aDavis, James 193

Davison, Jacob 189

bDaw: Charles Adams 118; William Adams 118, 119; firm (C. A.

Daw and Son) 14, 15, 102, 118, 120, 154

bDawson, Mr. 250

Day: estate 69, 76, 156–63; family 156, 166, fig. 46 (p. 157); individual members: Ann (nee Dodemead) 156, fig. 46; Benjamin 156, fig. 46; Bridget fig. 46; Gerard James 156, fig. 46; Herbert Allen 156, fig. 46; James 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, fig. 46; James Frapwell 156, fig. 46; John Adam fig. 46; Simon fig. 46; Walter Dodemead fig. 46

bDeacon, Edward, senior 169

bDean, James 42n.

aDeane, Humphry 83

aDear and Winder 14

De Feller, (F. X.) 57

De Latouche: Henry 180; family 177

bDelay, Charles 26a, 51, 139–41, 142, 203, 204, 238; his w. Ellen 141

Delevante, Joseph 25

Dempster, Augustus 223

Dent, Palmer and Co. 126

Department stores 17, 21, 22

Derby (Athenaeum, Post Office and Royal Hotel) 76

Derby, 15th Earl of 133

aDerwent, Clifford, and Partners 7

ade Segrais, J. J. 31

De Vere Gardens 91, 118

De Visscher, Mr. and William 184

Devonshire Terrace see Fulham Road, Nos. 308–328

bDewer, E. and R. 248, 248n.

aDiamond, Redfern and Partners 232, 239

Dicey: Albert Venn llln.; Frank 103, llln.; Mrs. llln.

Dickens: Charles 147; Sir Henry Fielding 124

Disraeli, Benjamin 130

Dobson, Austin 240

aDoddington, William 114

Dodemead: Ann 156, fig. 46 (p. 157); Walter 156

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge (Lewis Carroll) 77

aDoll, C. Fitzroy 184

bDolman, Edward 34

aDonaldson, Thomas Leverton 46, 47, 78, 142

Donovan Court, Dravton Gardens 169

Doors, studded or panelled 65, 65n., 94, 96, 98

bDorey, J., and Company 48

Domey: Joseph fig. 2 (p. 11); Maria 87

bDouglas: John 82; William 81, 82

bDoultons 20, 22, 23, 35

bDove Brothers 38, 48, 85

aDownes, Charles 34

Dowries, Ralph 57

bDowns, William 7, 48

Doyle, Richard 222, 238

aD'Oyley, James 7

Draycott Avenue, Chelsea 31

Drayton (nr. Norwich) 157n.

Dravton Arms (formerly Drayton) p.h. 158, 161, Pl. 68a

Drayton Court, Drayton Gardens 169, Pl. 68b

Drayton Gardens (formerly Thistle Grove; northern end originally called Dravton Grove) 154, 156–61 passim, 162, 163, 166–71 passim, figs. 45, 48 (pp. 156, 164), Pis. 67a, c, 68b-d, 69b Baptist chapel 169; dancing school 169; Donovan Court 169; Drayton Court 169, Pl. 68b; The Grove (dem.) 210; Grove Court 169; Grove Lodge 169; gymnasium or school of arms 169; Onslow Court 169; Paris Pullman Cinema 169; Priory Mansions 169, Pl. 68b; see also ABC Cinema and Drayton Arms p.h.
-, East side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–39 156, 158 (Nos. 1–13), 160 (Nos. 15–39), 161 (Nos. 1–13), Pl. 67c; No. 49 167, 169, Pl. 68c; Nos. 51–59 169, Pl. 68c, d; No. 61 168–9; No. 63 167, 169, 191; No. 65 168; Nos. 67–77 169; Nos. 87–89 169; No. 91 168; Nos. 93–95 168, fig. 49; Nos. 97, 97c 169
-, West side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 4–56 156, 158 (Nos. 4–22), 160 (Nos. 24–56), 161 (Nos. 4–22, 26–34), Pl. 67a; No. 58 150, 168–9; Nos. 60–68 169; Nos. 70–74 169; Nos. 76–86 169, fig. 50 (No. 86), Pl. 69b; No. 88 (former) 167; No. 88 169; No. 98 (dem.) 210; No. 100 169; No. 102 168–9; Nos. 106–110 (site of) 169

Drayton Grove (now part of Drayton Gardens, q.v.) 157, 157n.

Drayton Lodge, Norfolk 157n.

Drayton (now Drayton Arms) p.h. 158, 161, Pl. 68a

Drayton Terrace see Old Brompton Road, Nos. 135–151

Drayton Villas 160

aDressier, Conrad 15

aDrew, H. Phelps 169, 237

Drew, William 96

Drurv Lane Theatre 149

Du Boulay, Rev. William Thomas 234, 234n.

Duddell, James 31

Duffield, Michael, I and II 181, 185

aDuke, Simpson and MacDonald 8

Duleep Singh, Maharajah of Lahore 186

Duncombe, Sophia Frances Pauncefort (sister of Rev. Sir Henry Foulis) 135, 137

Dungannon, Viscount (estate of) 61

Dunn, (gardener) 60

bDunning, Charles 142

bDunning, Joseph, and Ward, William 157–60 passim

Duveen, firm of 57

Dyer Elizabeth (Lady, w. of 5th Bt.) 27; Elizabeth (Lady, w. of 7th Bt.) 28; Henry Clement Swinnerton 28; Sir Thomas (5th Bt.) 3, 27; Sir Thomas Richard Swinnerton (7th Bt.) 28; Sir Thomas Richard Swinnerton (9th Bt.) 28, 30

bDyer, Samuel 191

Dyson: Francis (fl. 1641–51) 149, 197; Francis (fl. 1666) and James 156; family 156

Eagle Lodge 149, 253; estate 149–52

Eagle Lodge Gardens and Mews (proposed names) 151

Ealing (The Park) 207

bEames, Thomas 204, 208, 210, 238

Earl's Court (area) 1, 82n., 166, 197, 241

Earl's Court, manor of: copyhold of 9, 12, 31, 40, 46, 50, 58, 87, 144, 145, 149, 151, 156, 163, 195, 197, 198, 200, 212, 214, 241; court rolls 31; custom of inheritance 197; freehold of 12, 60, 165; waste 31, 87, 103, 241

Earl's Court Lodge 202, 211

Earl's Court Road 123, 202, 215, 217 (Nos. 280, 282)

Earl's Court Telephone Exchange 231

aEarp, Thomas 48

East India Company 27

aEaston, J. M.) 85

bEatly, Benjamin 26n.

bEaton, John 172

Eaton Square 102, 105; No. 47 105

Ebury Square 40

Ecclesiastical Commissioners 113, 114

Ecclesiological Society 136

Ecclesiologist, The 136, 137, 234

Edger Investments Ltd. 35

Edinburgh, Duke of (s. of Queen Victoria) 104

Edith Grove, Chelsea 204, 208, 216

aEdmeston, James, senior 113

Edmeston, James, junior 113

Edmunds: Miss 190; A. H. 219

Education, Board of 81

Edward VII (as Prince of Wales) 104, 133

aEdwards: Francis (elder and younger) 60; George 81, KM; J. 60

bEdwards, James 141

Edwards, Morton 219

aEedle and Meyers 7

Eeles, Francis 48

Egcnon: Hon. Francis 97, 121; Sibilla 200

Egcrton (formerly Brompton) Crescent 90, 97–100 passim, 101, 107, fig. 25, Pl. 51a, b; occupants 100, 112

Egerton Gardeas 120–3 passim, Pl. 60a, c; occupants 122, 123 Mortimer House 6, 90, 121, 123, 126, fig. 36 (p. 127), Pl. 61 Nos. 1–7 (odd) 121, 123 (No. 1); No. 17 122, 123; Nos. 19–25 (odd) 122; Nos. 27–49 (odd) Pl. 60c; No. 31 122, 123, Pl. 60c; Nos. 53–75 (odd) 122; No. 12 123; Nos. 18–50 (even) 121 (Nos. 36–50), 123, Pl. 60a; Nos. 20, 38 123

Egerton Gardens Mews 121, 126

Egerton Mansions, Brompton Road 122

Egerton Place 90, 121, 123–5, fig. 34, Pl. 60b

Egerton Place Studios 125

Egerton Terrace (formerly; Michael's Grove) 4, 76,90, 92, 97, 98, 100, 101, 120, 121, 122, 123, Pl. 51c; occupants 100, 104n., 254

Electricity: in the home 128; sub-stations 117, 128

Eleusis Club 186

Elger, John 45, 45n.

aElgood and Hastk 8

Elizabeth Street: Belgravia 101, 102, 104, 105; Chelsea 10

Elliot, John 171

Elm Cottage, Old Brompton 204

Elm Mews (now Lecky Street, q.v.) 145

Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea 121, 166

Elm Park Parade, Eulham Road 169

Elm Place 145, 146, 146n., 147, fig. 42, Pl. 65b

Elm Terrace (now Nos. 110–132 (even) Fulham Road) 94n., 144–8 passim

Elm Tree Cottage, Old Brompton 160

Elms, avenue of 91, Pl. 52b

aElsom, C. H., and Partners 8

Ehaston Place (site of) 91

Elvedon Hall, Suffolk 186

Elystan Street, Chelsea 204

aEmerson, H. V. Milnes 82n.

Emerson, R. 82n.

bEmery, Thomas 141

bEmmins: Messrs. 78; William 26, 98n.

Empire House, Thurloe Place and Brompton Road 8, 63, 82–3, Pl. 42b, c

Enclosures 195

bEngk-hcan, George H. 167, 167n.

Ennismnre (iardens 33, 45, 45n.; Nos. 36–38 46

Ennismorc Street (Nos. 2–8) 46

Ensor Mews 110

Environment: Department of the 251; Secretary of State for 161

Equitable Gas Light Company 242, 243, 246–7; surveyor to 244

Ernie: Catherine 185; Sir John 181, 185

Erskine, Rev. John and Mary (nee Tatham) 40, 46

Escalators (at Harrods) 22, 23

Essex Street, Srrand 246

Estates Improvement Company Ltd. 123, 125

Eton Street (num Alexander Place, q.v.) 64

Evans, D. H. 14; store of 23

bEvans, Evan 160

Evans, Rev. T. S. 201

Evelyn, William John 118

Evelyn Gardens 117–20, 123. 154, fig. 32, Pl. 59a, c

Exchequer, Chief Baron of (Sir Edward Ward) 174

Exeter Street, Chelsea 10, 61

Exhibition of 1851 5; Commissioners for 5(1, 51, 79, 81, 87, 103, 139

Exhibition of l862 5, 81

Exhibition Road 5, 45, 77, 105; southward extension (Nos. 1–17 (odd) and 2–12 (even)) 77, 79, 81–2 tales, political 74, 91. 97

Faber, Rev. Frederick 50, 56

Factory and Workshop Act (1901) 22

F'agan, William Bateman 145

Faija, Guglielmo 30

Fairbanks, Douglas, daughter of 245

aFairfoot, G. D. 177, 232, 238

Fairholt Street In., 7, 39; Nos. 3–5 39, Pl. 13d

Falkner, Edward 26n.

Farlar, John and Man 44, 45

bFarlar, William 7, 25–6, 40–5 passim

bFarmer, Mr. 192

Farmer and Brindley 55, 56, 192

Farmer's Place, Fulham Road 172

Farren, William 42, 253

Farrer, Ouvry (firm of) 226

Faucit, Helen(a) 253

aFaulkner, Amos 124–5

bFaulkner: James 201; John 248

Fawcert Court, Fawcett Street 184, 237

Fawcett Mews 237

Fawcett Street 184, 217, 222, 223, 237–8; Cecil, Hollywood and Fawcett Courts 184, 237

aFayn, Etienne 57

bFeast, John 173n.

aFergusson, James 51, 52

Fermanagh: 1st Viscount (John Verney) 162, 185; his w. 162; 2nd Viscount 185

Fermor: Hon. Arabella 177; Hon. Catherine 177; John 201

Fernshaw Road, Chelsea 216

Ferrey, Benjamin 233

bField, John 173

Finborough, Suffolk (Pettiward estate at) 238

Finborough Arms p.h. 221, 238, fig. 66d (p. 220)

Finborough House, F'inborough Road 232, 238

Finborough Road 80, 202, 214, 215, 221, 222, 223, 231, 232, 238, Pl. 92c, d
-, Princess Beatrice Hospital 231, 238
-, East side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–7 217, 222 (No. 7), Pl. 92c; Nos. 9–27 224 (No. 19), 238; Nos. 29–39 (Finborough House) 232, 238; Nos. 41–49 238; Nos. 51–61 222 (No. 51), 238; Nos. 63–79 231, 238; No. 73 (dam) 111; Nos. 81–83 232, 238; Nos. 85–113 238; Nos. 115–119 231, 238; No. 121 222, 238; Nos. 123–137 231, 238; Nos. 139–167 215n. (No. 153), 238; Nos. 169–179 231, 238
-, West side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–26 217 (Nos. 2–26, 12), 222 (Nos. 2, 2–14, 14), 238, Pl. 92d; Nos. 28–60 238; Nos. 62–78 232, 238; Nos. 80–116 221 (Nos. 106–116), 238; No. 118 (Finborough Arms p.h.) 221, 238, fig. 66d (p. 220); Nos. 120–138 238; Nos. 140–144 231, 238; Nos. 146–182 238

Finnemore, J. 248

F'irby,James 93

Fire Brigade see London (formerly Metropolitan) Fire Brigade

Fire Stations 39, 215 (proposed)

Fishpond (Coleherne House) 199, 200

bFitch, William 98n.

bFin, Richard 216, 239

Fitzwilliam, Edward Francis and Fanny Elizabeth 253

bFlack, Thomas 167

Flats 14, 20, 22, 23, 37, 122, 126, 128, 155, 169, 184, 189, 229–30, 231–2, 244, fig. 5 (p. 19)

Feming: John Lewis 144; Mrs. Mary 188

aFlockhart, William 52, 54 (Gordon and F.), 230 (Wallace and F.)

Flood, Luke 173

Floor cloth manufactory 102

bFloris, Frans 57

Flower, Cyril(Lord Battersea) 57n.

Floyd, Mr. (grocer) 174

Floyde, James 200

Folkestone (hotel at) 153

Follett, William 81

aForbes, J. E. 230, 240

Ford, Doctor 200

b‘Ford and Walters 82

aFormilli, Commendatore C. T. G. 56

bForster, William 216, 240

aForsyth,W.A.234

aFortescue, G. Alan 14

Fortfield Terrace, Sidmouth, Devon 90

Fortune, Robert 211, 238

Forum Cinema, Fulham Road 171

Foster, Charles 241; his w. 241–2; her heir 242

bFoster, Edward 244

Foster, Richard 146

bFoster and Dicksee 134

Foulis, Rev. Sir Henry 132, 135, 136, 137, 140

Foulis Terrace, 130, 134, 140, 141, 142

Fourth Grosvenor Mutual Benefit Building Society 179

Fowler, Edward (Bishop of Gloucester) 174

aFowler, Sir John 79, 80, 252

aFowles, A. J., and Partner 8

Fox and Pheasant p.h. 244

Foy: Henry Francis 179; Mary Ann 193; William 179

bFrancis, Edward 217

aFrancis, Frederick John 130–2 passim, 135

Francis, Horace 131

Franciscan Missionaries of Man 237

aFranck, J. Ernest 236

Frank, John, his w. and s. (also John) 193

aFraser, Ian, and Associates 179, 238

Fraser, R. H. 169

bFreake, Sir Charles James 5, 49, 79, 139, 150, 152, 224; biographical details 101–2, 103–4, 114, 117, 252; building activities on Smith's Charity estate 69,101–10 passim, 112,113, 114, 121, 128; churches built by 102, 112–13, 114; father of 101, 104–5; finances 104–5; firm, office, staff and workshops 101, 103, 104, 114, 118; trustees and executors of 102, 117, 118, 119; types of houses built by 105–9, figs. 27–8; views on Onslow Square 110

Freake, Mrs. (later Lady) Eliza 114, 117, 118

Freake Estate Office, Old Brompton Road 104

Freake family 128

Free Cancer Hospital, Fulham Road 180

Free Church of Scotland Congregation, Alexander Place 85

Freeman, Thomas 162

French Protestant Church, St Martin's-le-Grand 74

Friend at Hand p.h. 14, 20

Froberg, Gustav Julius 85

Frobisher (now Earl's Court) Telephone Exchange 231

Froude, J. A. 110, 112

Frye, Rev. Percival 47

bFryer, Christopher 172, 173

Fryer's Grove 172

Fulham 163, 241; Gunter property in 212, 216, 228, 230, 231

Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea General Hospital 231

Fulham Bridge p.h. 3, 33, 34, 35, 40, Pls. 4, 7c

Fulham Bridge Yard 34

Fulham Road 1, 5, 61, 62, 119, 133, 144, 162–94 passim, 198, 202, 204, Pis. 55d, 72, 73, 75a, d, e, 76c, d, 89b, 102 ABC (formerly Forum) Cinema 169,171, 172, 238, Pl. 73a; Admiral Keppel p.h. 31, 98; Alexander Place 63, 64, Pl. 42a; Amyot House see No. 260; asylum for destitute females 175; ballroom (1790's) 171, 172; Black Bull ph. 241, Pl. 102a, c; Bolton House see No. 254; bowling green 171, 172; Bowling Green Row 172; Brompton Cemetery (acquisition of land adjoining and entrance from Fulham Road) 242, 246, 247, 250; Builders' Arms p.h. 172; Burley House 193, 194; Clifton Arms p.h. 172; Clifton Terrace 172; Cranley Arms p.h. 103, fig. 26 (p. 102), Pl. 55d; Crescent House 67, 90, 121, 126; Crescent Place 31; Elm Park Parade 169; Farmer's Place 172; fire station (proposed) 215; Free Cancer Hospital 180; Goat in Boots p.h. 171; Gray's Place 31, 92; Grove House 169; Gunter Arms p.h. 204; Heckfield Lodge see No. 264; Hereford House 241; Hertford House see No. 256; Hollywood 184; Hollywood Brewer,' 183, 233; Hollywood House or Lodge 180, 184; Hollywood House (at No. 383) 184; Hollywood Place 184; Holmes Row 173; Keppel Place 31; King's Arms p.h. 175, 238, Pls. 72, 73d; London and South Western Bank (at No. 202) 223, 226; London Suburban Bank (at No. 262) 190; Manor House 175; Mayoss's Buildings or Rents 177; Mentone Mansions 241; Mulberry House see No. 262a; Old George p.h. 103; Redcliffe Arms (at No. 268) 212, 215, 221, 238, fig. 66b, Pl. 89b; Redcliffe Estate Office 180, 215; Regency Terrace 144, 148; Rose p.h. 140, 142, 143; St. Philip's Orphanage 175–6; Servite Church and Priory see Our Lady of Seven Dolours, Church of and St. Man's Priory; Seymour Row 177; Shaftesbury House 198n.; skittle ground 171; Somerset (Arms) p.h. 177, 238, Pl. 72; Spencer Terrace 176; Stanley House 181; Strong's Place 103; Tavistock House see No. 252; Warwick House see No. 258; York Place 97n., 147 see also Bell and Homs p.h.; Brompton Hospital; Crompton Court; Lochee's military academy; Onslow Place; Onslow Terrace; St. George's Court and Garage North side (even numbers) Nos. 18–28 (dem.) see Onslow Terrace; Nos. 44, 46 129; Nos. 48–78 (formerly Cranley Terrace) 102–3, 107, Pl. 55d (Cranley Arms); Nos. 80–108 (formerly Rose Terrace) 130, 140, 141 (Nos. 94–108), 142, 143; Nos. 110–132 (formerly Elm Terrace) 94n., 144–8 passim; Nos. 134–140a 169, 238, fig. 48; Nos. 152–176 171–2, 238, figs. 48, 51, Pl. 73b, c (Nos. 152, 170–176); Nos. 178–188a 172 (No. 178), 173–4, 238 (Nos. 178–188), figs. 48, 52, Pl. 73d (Nos. 186, 188); Nos. 190–210 174–6, 238, fig. 48, Pl. 73d (Nos. 190, 192); Nos. 212–226 176–7, 238, fig. 48, Pl. 72; Nos. 228–234 165, 179, 238 (Nos. 228–232), fig. 48; Nos. 236, 238, 238a (dem.) 179–80, 221, fig. 48; Nos. 236a–d 179, 238; Nos. 240–248 165, 180–4 passim, 238, figs. 48, 54, Pis. 72, 75e; No. 252 (Tavistock House, dem.) 162, 184–6, fig. 55, Pl 72; No. 252 (present) 165, 186, fig. 48; No. 252a (dem.) 186; No. 254 (sometime Bolton House, dem.) 162, 165, 184–5, 186–7, figs. 55, 56; No. 254 (present) 187, fig. 48; No. 256 (Hertford House, dem.) 184, 186, 187, fig. 55; No. 256 (present) 187, 238, fig. 48; No. 258 (sometime Warwick House, Jem.) 184, 185, 186, 187–8, fig. 55, Pl. 72; Nos. 258–260a 187 (Nos. 258, 258a), 188–9, 238, fig. 48; No. 260 (sometime Amyot House, dem.) 186, 188, 189, fig. 55, Pl. 72; No. 262a (formerly No. 262, sometime Mulberry House) 189–90, 238, figs. 48, 55, Pl. 72; No. 264 (sometime Heckfield Lodge, now part of Senite Priory) 165, 166, 184, 190, 191, figs. 55, 57, Pl. 72; Nos. 266–266a 193–4, 221, 238, fig. 48; No. 268 see Redcliffe Arms; Nos. 270–304 217 (Nos. 270–296), 238, Pl. 89b (Nos. 270, 272); Nos. 304a–306b 214, 238, PL 89b; Nos. 308–328 (Devonshire Terrace) 242, 243, 244 (Nos. 326–338), fig. 72; Nos. 330–348 (St. Mark's Terrace) 242 (Nos. 330–342), 243, 244 (Nos. 326–338), PL 102b; Nos. 350–356 243, 244, PL 102b; Nos. 360–366 PL 102c

Fuller, Joseph 68

Gabriel: Arnold 169; (W. W.) 226

aGale, Heath and Sneath 174, 238

Gallatin, Bartholomew 27

Gallenga, Antonio Carlo Napoleone 74

aGalli, Leopoldo 193

Galloway, 9th Earl of, s. of 123

Gandy, Henry 10

Garden Row 9

Gardens: communal (plantations, pleasure grounds) 120, 205; instances of 23, 64, 73, 93, 101, 108, 110, 119, 205, 206, 229; see also Brompton Botanic Garden private 203, 205, 217; destruction of 161; instances of 4, 12, 23, 63, 65, 77, 85, 86, 90, 98, 108, 110, 167, 206

bGarlickJohn 45

aGarling, H. B. 52

aGamer Thomas 55 (Bodley and G.), 57; William 46

Gamett, William 74

aGarrard, A. Norman and .Arthur 13

Gas, supplied in houses 180

Gaul, William 26n.

aGeary, Stephen 246, 247, 248

bGee, Walker and Slater 155

aGeflowski, E. E. 236

Gell, Ada Freeman 154

bGeneral Building Company 83

General Cemetery Company 251

George I, court of 188

George IV 27 (as Prince Regent), 246 (monument to), 247

Gerhard, Marie 45

bGerman, George 216, 239

bGihbings, John 216, 237, 238

Gibbon, Elcazar 34

Gibbons, Mr 188

bGibboas, George 8, 36n.

Gibbons, Walter 200

Gibbon's Rents, Brompton Road 34, Pl. 4

Gibbs, Thomas 91, 92, 93, 102

bGibbs and Canning 120n.

Gibson, John 64

aGibson, Kenneth 8

Gideon: Sampson 23; family 23

Gilbert: Sir Alfred 103; Rev Edward 180; his w. 212

aGilbert, Horace 83

Gilbert: Philip 180, 185, 197, 198, 200, 212; family 180, 197, 199, 200

Gilbert, W. S. 237

Gilston, Breconshirc 238

Gilston Lodge, Gilston Road 173

Gilstun Road 163, 203, 205, 206, 219, 229, fig. 58 (p. 196), Pls. 79b, 83c, d, 84a, 95; name 238; occupants (1871) 211 Bolton or Gilston Lodge 173; St. Man's School 172, 238, Pl. 95
-, East side (even numbers)
-, No. 2 173, fig. 52; No. 4 171, 172, 238, fig. 51, Pl. 95; Nos. 10–16 204, 208, 238; Nos. 18, 20 219, 220, 238; No. 22 204, 208, 238, Pl. 83c; No. 24 208, 238, fig. 60 (p. 204), Pl 83c; No. 26 203, 238, Pl. 84a
-, West side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 3–5A 174, 238, fig. 52; No. 9 208, 210,211, 238; No. 11 208. 210, 238; Nos. 13–19 176 (Nos. 17, 17a), 204, 21 (No. 13), 238; Nos. 21, 23 204, 205, 238; Nos. 25–39 204 238. Pl. 83d; No. 41 204, 208, 238, Pl. 83d; No. 43 204 208,211,238

Gimson, Emest 123

Gingell: Edward 173, 183, 243–4; Thomas 244

Gladstone p.h. 46

Glascock, William 66

Glass, stained: domestic 64, 229; studio 192; see also individual churches

Glassington Qose 198

bclose, John 132, 173,232

Gloucester, Bishop of (Edward Fowler) 174

Gloucester Road 123; Station 79, 80

Gloucester Row (or Buildings) 9, 12

Glyn Mills Bank 83

bGoad, J. and E. 55

Goat in Boots p.h., Chelsea 171

Goddard: John I 12, 13; John II 12, 13, 17; John III 17; John Lemuel 17; famih and estate (Knightsbridgc Estate) 6,14,17, 18, 23

aGoddard, R. W. Knightlcy 48

Goding: Thomas 60; and Company 60

aGodwin, E. W. 52, 52n.

aGodwin, George, the elder 26, 31, 34, 62, 63, 96, 140, 203

aGodwin, George, the younger: as independent architect 34, 172, 175, 207, 232–4; Corbett and McClymont, and 175, 176, 212, 216–7, 226; developer and building lessor 163, 175, 212, 238–40; editor of The Builder 5, 6, 45, 60, 78, 97, 98, 210, 216; monument to 251, fig. 74 (p. 247), Pl. 107e; quoted 45, 60, 78, 97, 98, 216; RedclifTe Road, and 175–6, 212; resident at Brompton 5, 12, 63, 66; Scoles, J. J., and 50, 175; Spiccr, J., and 210; style 175, 210; surveyor to Gunter family 202–3, 204, 205, 206, 207–9, 216–17; other ref. 62 see also Godwin, George and Henry

aGodwin, George, and Son 63

aGodwin, George and Henry: as surveyors to Gunter family 169, 174, 207–9, 212, 228; to other owners 48, 212; Corbett and McClymont, and 217; office style of 207–9, 212, 217, 222; St. Luke's, Redcliffe Square, and 235; see also Godwin, George, the younger and Godwin, Henry

aGodwin, Henry 63, 207, 217; see also Godwin, George and Henry

Godwin: James 205; Sidney 63

aGoldie, George 52, 54

Golding, Benjamin 206, 237

Goldschmidt, Mrs. Otto (Jenny Lind) 229, 239, 253

Gooch, Messrs. (drapers and outfitters) 6, 14

bGooch: John 26, 69, 73, 74, 76, 77, 77n.; William 73, 77

Good, John Willis 103

Goodhart, Rev. F. C. 183

Goodingc, John Henry 25, 40

Goodwin, Charles 37

aGoodwin, W. Duvall 7

bGoodwin, William 126

Goodwin's Field 195, 197, 199, 200

aGordon, Lowther and Gunton 161

Gordon, William 222

aGordon and Flockhart 52, 54

aGordon and Gordon 114

Gore Lodge, Brompton Park Lane 254

Gorges, Sir Arthur 163, 198

Goschen, Mr. (G.J.) 118

Gostling: John 149, 150; Nathaniel 34; William 150; family 150

Gottlieb, Benigna fig. 2 (p. 11)

Gough, Rev. A. W. 48

Graham, Arthur 133

Grange, The (now part of Egerton Terrace, q.v.) 97

Grange Lodge 97

Grange Terrace 97, 254

Grange Villas 97, 100, 254

Grant, General Charles 184

Graves, Algernon 222, 238

Gray, Charles 100

bGray, James, Ltd. 84

Gray, John and Thomas 31

Gray's Place 31, 92

aGrayson, G. E. 52, 54, 54n.

Greasley John 180, 184

Great Colehrne see Coleherne: Great

Great Exhibition see Exhibition of 1851

Great Marlborough Street, Westminster 130

Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway 13, 46, 80, 117

Greater London Council 46, 161; Architect's Department (Historic Buildings Division) 46

bGreen, G. and G. 8, 122

aGreen, Leslie W. 7, 13, 117

bGreen, Thomas C. 167

aGreen, W. Curtis, and Partners 7

Greenfield 33

Greenfield, Colonel 189

bGregory, Thomas, and Company 15, 17

bGreig, A. M. 216, 238–40 passim

aGrellier, H. M., and Sons 232, 238

Gresley.John 180, 184

aGrey, John, and Partners 231, 238, 240

aGribble, Herbert 6, 52–7 passim, 66, 176, 240

Griffin: Gerald 27, 253; Sir John 162, 172; Robert 190

aGriffith, E. W. 81

Griffith, Rev. Joseph 88, 90, 91; his w. Harriet 90

Griggs, F. L. 37

Grimwood, Daniel 175, 199

bGrimwood, G. H. and A. 191

Grissell, Thomas 78

Grosvenor estate in Mayfair 122

Grosvenor House, Knightsbridge 33

Grosvenor Square 101, 114

Ground rents per acre 61, 69, 88, 92–3, 97, 102, 121, 130, 139–40, 158, 228–9, 241–2

Grove: Rev. Samuel 197–8; Thomas Newcomcn Archibald 15, 17

Grove, The (former name of'The Little Boltoas) 239

Grove, The, No. 98 Drayton Gardens 210

Grove, The, Hollywood Grove 184

Grove Cottage, Hollywood Grove 184

Grove Cottage, St. Mark's Grove 244

Grove Cottages, Yeoman's Row 28, 31

Grove Court, Drayton Gardens 169

Grove House (site of Nos. 134–140a Fulham Road) 169

Grove House, Brompton Road 27, 28

Grove House, Hollywood Road 182, 183, 239

Grove House, Kensington Gore 27n.

Grove House, Old Brompton Road 27n.

Grose House Asylum, Bow 141

Grove Lodge, Drayton Gardens 169

Grove (now Beauchamp) Place 4, 25–6, 253

Grove Tavern 26

Grove Terrace (East) 24, 25

bGrover, John, and Son 123

Groves: Lady 201; George 163, 166–8 passim, 171, 173, 198; his f. John 163, 166, 171, 198

Groves' Rents 166

Guercino 57

aGuest, Hon. C.J. G. 169, 232, 237

bGuidi, Guido 193

Guild of St. Michael 234n.

Guizot, Francois 97

Gunter, James (I) 167, 173, 178, 195, 197, 198, 201, 202

Gunter, (General) James (II, the younger, s. of Robert Gunter I): acquisition of property by 180, 200, 209–10; Corbett and McClymont, and 179, 201, 211–12, 221, 226; estate of l79, 180, 195, 201, 211–31 passim, 237–40 passim, fig. 64 (p. 213); personal 202, 209–10, 211–12

Gunter, John 242, 247

Gunter, R. G. 231

Gunter, Robert (I, s. of James Gunter I): acquisition of land by 185, 198; cemetery company, and 248; Devonshire Terrace, and 243; estate of 173, 195, 201, 202, 203, 205, 237, 239, 240; land in Chelsea of 204; market gardening of 199; St. Mary, The Boltons, and 232–3; w. of 206

Gunter, (Sir) Robert (II, the younger, s. of Robert Gunter I): acquisition of property by 180, 209–10, 214, 229; Corbett and McClymont, and 214, 226; Drayton Gardens, and 169; estate of 195, 206, 209–10, 211–31 passim, 237–40 passim, fig. 64 (p. 213); Gilston Road (south end) and Holmes Place, and 174; land in Chelsea of 202; land in Fulham of 212, 216–17; personal 202, 210, 231; St. Luke's, Redcliffe Square, and 235, 236

Gunter, Sir Robert B. N. 230, 231

Gunter, Sir Ronald V. 231; solicitors of 206

Gunter Arms p.h., Chelsea 204

Gunter estate 195, 203, 230, 231, fig. 64 (p. 213); see also sub Gunter, James (I and II) and Gunter, Robert (I and II)

Gunter family, homes in Breconshire 238, 240

Gunter Grove, Chelsea 204, 208

aGunton and Gunton 8, 36

Gutch, George 248

Gye, Mrs. Ernest (Madame Albani) 237

Gymnasia 169, 206

Hacking, Charles Leonard 122

Hackney (The Oval) 206

bHaden, Messrs. 132, 133

Haggard, (Sir) Henry Rider 240

aHakcwill, Edward Charles 48, 66, 74

Hall, Anna Maria 253

aHall, Edwin T. 133

Hall, Samuel Carter 206, 237

aHall, Stanley, Easton and Robertson 85

Halle, C. E. 103

aHalley John 169

Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O. 205, 240

aHamilton, John V. 129

aHammer, G. M. 192

Handcock, Rev. William Fraser 235, 236

Hannah, Robert 77

bHanniland, Thomas 78

Hans Court 14

Hans Crescent (Journerly New Street and Exeter Street) 4, 10, 13, 14, 20, 22, 23, 63, Pl. 21b; Nos. 32–44 14, 22, Pl. 21b; Nos. 46–54 (Hans Crescent Mansions) 7, 14; see also Harrods

Hans Gardens 14

Hans Mansions 22

Hans Place, Chelsea 4, 10, 13. 20, 130

Hans Road (formerly Queen Strce! and Elizabeth Street) 3, 4, 10, 13. 14–17, 18, 20, 22, Pls. 21a, 22b, d, 23, 27a
-, East side 14, 18, 20, 22; see also Harrods
-, West side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–10 7, 14; Nos. 12–16 6, 13, 15–17, fig. 3, Pls. 22b, d, 23; Nos. 18–34 15, Pl. 21a

Hans Town 4, 10, 34, 61, Pl. 3

aHansom, Joseph Aloysius 51, 52, 79, 110, 191, 192, 238; his s.

Joseph Stanislaus 79, 191, 192, 193, 238

aHarrier, W. F. 7, 14

Harborough, 3rd Karl and Countess ot 185

Harcourt Arms (intended p.h.) 214, 221, fig. 66a (p. 220)

Harcoun Terrace 200, 214, 223, 238–9; occupants 219, 222, 223–4, 239

Hardcastle, Robert 197

aHarding, Anthony R. 244

bHarding, William (fl 1818–24) 34

bHarding, William (fl. 1846–52) 204, 208, 219, 238, 239

aHardman, George 192

aHardman, John, and Company 192, 234

Hardwick, Philip 251

Harley Gardens 203, 210, 217, 219, 239, Pls. 83a, b, 84c, 86a
-, No. 1 204, 205, 208, 219, 220, 239; No. 2 204, 208, 219, 220, 239, Pl. 83a; Nos. 3–4 204, 207, 239, Pl. 83b; Nos. 5–210, 239, fig. 63a (No. 7), Pl. 86a; Nos. 9–14 175, 208, 209, 211 (No. 14), 220, 239, Pl. 84c

Harley Road (now part of Harley Gardens, q.v) 239

Harper, Thomas 66

Harper and Hendra 234

Harrington, Earls of (lands and estates of) 51, 130, 133, 139, 142, 144; see also Harrington-Yillars estate

Harrington Road 77, Pl. 47a

Harrington-Villars estate 103, 131, 139

Harris: Anna Maria (later A. M. Brace) 9, 58, 58n., fig. 2 (p. 11); Augustus Glossop 253; John 87, fig. 2; Nicholas fig. 2

aHarris, E. Vincent 35

Harrison, John 58, 60

aHarrison, Norman 46

Harrison: Rev. Richard 12, 38; Samuel 60, 61, 66, 91, 92; Stephen 145, Thomas 26

Harrison's Nursery 58, 60, 61, 65, 66

Harrod: Charles Digby 5, 17, 18, 120; Charles Henry 17

Harrods 4, 5–6. 7, 13, 14, 17–23, figs. 4–6, Pls. 8b, 21a, b, 26–30 early development 17–18; flats at 20, 22, 23, fig. 5 (p. 19); interiors 22, 23, PLs. 28–30; rebuilding 18–23; subsidiary premises 14, 18, 22, 24

Harrods Ltd.(Utter Harrods Group) 7, 18, 23

Harrowby, 4th Earl of 226

aHart, Henry 26n., 70, 72, 73, 77, 94n.

aHarvey, John L 23

Harvey William 211

Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge 6, 20

Harwood: Charles 167, 171, 172; John 174

Hassard (Hazard), Henry 23. 150

Hatfield. Mrs. 182

Hawk Cottage 201, 214, 229, fig. 59 (p. 202)

Hawker, Ann fig. 2 (p. 11)

Hawkins, John Sidney 27

bHaylock, Thomas William 179

bHaynes and Carpenter 38

Hays, Catherine 200

Hazard, Henry 23, 150

Hazlitt: W. Carew 5; William (junior) 66

Heald, Arthur 80

Health, General Board of 250

aHeaps, Stanley A. 117

Heath, Mrs. 183

Heating and ventilation in buildings 38, 38n., 130, 132, 133

aHeaton, Butler and Bayne 48, 116

Hebditch, Kathleen Emily fig. 46 (p. 157)

aHeber-Percy Parker Pern Associates46

Heckfield Lodge see Fulham Road, No. 264

Helps, Brian 202

Hemans, George Willoughby 153

bHenderson, John 98n.

aHenderson-Gray, Bruce 232, 237

Henry, (Catherine 180

Hereford House, Nos. 193–195 Brompton Road 7, Pl. 24a

Hereford House, Fulham Road 241

Hereford House, Old Brompton Road 200–1, 212, 253, fig. 59 (p. 202), Pl. 78a

Hereford Lodge 253

Hereford Square 26, 69, 76, 156, 158, 204

bHerman, John 10

Hermitage, The, Yeoman's Row 27, 28, 29, 253, Pl. lla

Hertford House see Fulham Road, No. 256 (dem)

Hertslet, Charles 104n.

Hertslet, Scon and Hertslet 104, 104n.

Hervey, Henry Arthur William 124

Hewett: Edward Hyde 82; Henry 58, 58n.; Henry, junior 58,60; Samuel 58, 58n.

aHewson, Thomas 90

Hickey, William 197

bHicks, Henry 173, 173n.

bHiggs and Hill 40, 133

High Street Kensington Station 80

Highbury House, Islington 149

Highgate Cemetery 246

aHill, Messrs., and Sons (later Hill, Norman and Beard) 116

bHill and Sons 235

Hillcrsdon: J. G. 214; John 199; family 198

bHitch, F., and Co. 116

aHitch, Nathaniel 116

Hoare, James and Mary 46

aHoare and Wheeler 231, 237

Hobson:John 165n.; Lancelot, the elder 165,180,197; Lancelot, the younger 165n.; Margaret 165; Robert 165, 180; Rev. William 165, 166, 180; family 166, 193, 198

aHoflrnann, Paul 8, 83, 229, 239

Hogarth, Catherine 147

Holbein Studios, Redcliffe Road176

bHolland, Hannen and Cubitts 112

bHolland, Henry, senior 163, 171, 173, 180, 198

aHolland, Henry, junior (s. of Henry H., sr.) 4, 10, 34, 163, 166, 171, 173, 180, 198

bHolland, Richard (s. of Henry H, sr.) 10,61, 163 166,171,173, 180, 198

aHolland and Sons 51

Holland estate 104

Holland Park (No. 53) 186

bHolloway Brothers 7, 14, 231

Holly Mews 169

aHollyer, Frederick 15

Hollywood, Fulham Road, Chelsea 184

Hollywood Arms p.h. 217, 221, fig. 66c (p. 220), Pl. 89a

Hollywood Brewery 183, 223

Hollywood Court, Hollywood Road 184, 237

Hollywood Grove (now part of (Hollywood Road) 179, 180, 183–4,214
-, Grove Cottage 184; Grove House 182, 183; Hollywood House 184, Pl. 75b; school 183
-, No. 1 182, 183, fig. 54; Nos. 2 and 3 183, fig. 54; No. 4 184, fig. 54

Hollywood House, Fulham Road (on site of Nos. 236A-D) 180, 184

Hollywood House, No. 383 Fulham Road, Chelsea 184

Hollywood House, Hollywood Road 184, Pl. 75b

Hollywood House, Norwood or Sydenham 184

Hollywood Lodge 180, 184

Hollywood Mews 232, 239

Hollywood Place 184

Hollywood Road 179, 180, 200, 214, 217, 238, 239, Pls. 75b, c, 84d, 89a
-, Brompton Cottages 179, 238; Corbcrt House 231; Grove House 182, 183, 239; Hollywood Arms p.h. 217, 221, fig. 66c (p. 220), Pl. 89a; Hollywood Court 184, 237; Hollywood House 184, Pl. 75b
-, East side (odd numbers): No. 1 179, 238; Nos. 1–55 221 (Nos. 47–55), 239
-, East side (even numbers): Nos. 2–14 221, 239; No. 16 219,237, 239, Pl. 84d see also Hollywood Grove; Vcmey Row

aHolme, Jacob 173n.

Holmes: Jeffery 163, 173; Lauret 69

bHolmes, Thomas 26, 26n., 69, 70, 72–8 passim,204, 208, 238, 239; career 69

Holmes, Timothy 133

Holmes Place 163, 173–4, fig. 52

Holmes Row, Fulham Road 173

bHolroydjohn 167, 167n., 168

Holy Trinity Church, Brompton 3, 6, 34, 38, 46–9, 50, fig. 12 (p. 47), Pls. 31–2; parochial district 47, 114, 232; schools 34,49

Home Field 197

Honey Lane 202, 214, 242, 246, 247

Hook, James Clarke 76

Hook, David 186

Hoop and Toy (formerly Hoop and Grapes) p.h. 60, 76, 78, 86

Hooper: John 3, 9, 21, 28, 40; William 244

Hooper's Court 9, 10, 13

bHorton, Frederick 45

aHooper: John 3, 9, 27, 28, 40; William 244

Hoop and Toy (formerly Hoop and Grapes) p.h. 60, 76, 78, 86

bHopkins and Roberts 135

Hopper, Thomas 24, 131

Horns p.h. 60

bHorton, Frederick 45

aHosking, William 5, 246n.

Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest sec Brompton Hospital

Hospitals see Brompton Hospital; Free Cancer Hospital; Princess Beatrice Hospital; Royal Marsden Hospital

Hotels 14, 82

Hotham, Lady 200

Hour Glass p.h. 8, 31, 32

House of Fraser 23

Households, size of 24, 26, 30, 73, 74. 96, 97, 100, 110–11, 112. 142, 147, 153, 160–1, 211, 223, 244–5

Houseman, (H.) 226

Houses building costs 15, 24, 81, 122 construction 44, 61–2, 78, 85n., 216 door types 65, 65n., 72, 94, 96, 98 interior decoration 15, 17, 39, 62, 64, 84, 85, 86, 96, 100, 108, 123. 126, 160, 174, 176, 190, 207. 222 multi-occupancy 6, 12. 30–1, 100, 176, 189, 222, 223, 245 planning 15. 38, 61–2. 64, 72. 76, 96, 100, 110, 142, 152, 160, 190,206, 210, 219–21 prices: 17th cent. 177; 18th cent. 89. 90, 177, 190; 1800–49 63, 64, 65, 74, 78, 90, 94, 169, 184; 1850–99 14, 15, 24, 29, 79–80, 105, 119, 141, 169, 186, 191, 206, 211, 221. 228, 230; 20th cent. 85, 186, 250, 231, 232 rack rents 30, 45, 64, 74, 90, 94, 105, 118–19, 149, 186, 188, 206, 210,221 root construction 216 services 38–9, 85, 180, 206

aHoward: Edmund 128; George 179; Thomas 24

aHoward-Radley, M. 125, 232, 237

aHubbard Ford Partnership 8

Howard-Radley, M. 125, 232, 237

bHuckel, William, elder and younger 145

Hudson: B.J. 237, 239; Henry John 85; W. J. 237, 239

Huelin: Rev. Eljas 179; Rev. Elias lames 68

bHuggett, Thomas 210, 216. 239

Huggins and Company Ltd. 86

Hughes: Arthur 222, 238; lohn 206

aHulbert, Maurice Charles 122, 229, 237. 239

Hlumber Ltd. 35

Hume, James 122

Humpherson, Frederick 174

Humphrey, James 10

bHunt, C.169

aHunt, Henry Arthur, junior 133

bHussey, Thomas 188–9, 210, 216, 238, 239

Husscy's Mews 188

Huybert, Doctor 200

Hyde Park 44, 45

Ifield Arms p.h. 221

Ifield Road 214, 215, 217, 225, 228, 239, Pl. 87d

Ifield Arms 221 East side (odd numbers) Nos. 1–69 259; No. 71 223, 239; Nos. 73–79 239; Nos. 81–91 232, 238; No. 85 (den.) 223; Nos. 93–129 239 West side (even numbers) No. 2 225. 239; Nos. 4–68 239; Nos. 70–72 214, 239; No. 74 214, 223, 239; Nos. 76–118 214, 239, Pl. 87d; Nos. 120–180 215, 239

Imperial Court, Brompton Road 13–14

Improved ground rents 94, 98, 118, 224

Inclcdon, Charles 253

Inclosure Commissioners 103

bIndustrial Investment Services Ltd. 7

Infant asylum Little Chelsea 182

Infirmary for Asthma, Consumption and other Diseases of the Lungs (later Royal Chest Hospital) 130

Ingpen, (R. F.) 226

Inns see Public houses, inns and taverns

Institute of Diseases of the Chest (now Cardiothoracic Institute) 134, 134n.

Insurance companies see County Fire Office; London Assurance Corporation; Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation; Royal Insurance Company; Union Assurance Office

Interest rates 226. 228

Interior decoration see under Houses

aInwood, William 167

aIron and ironwork details illustrated figs. 19, 20, 24, 25, 50, 53, 56, 67, MS; in house construction 44, 78; in Oratory roof 55; railings 61, 73, 93. 94, 96, 98, 106, 108; verandah 108, fig. 28

Iron (temporary) churches 54, 54n.. 191, 235

Irons, Rev. W J 47. 232, 234

Irving, Sir Henry and w., Henry, junior and Laurence 238

aIvey, Thomas 167, 182

bJackson, Messrs. 186, 199

Jackson,Frederick l86>

bJackson, G., and Sons Ltd. 85n.

bJackson, John (monument to) 251. fig. 74 (p. 247), Pl. 106b

bJackson,Reuben 10

bJack.son, Thomas 140

Jackson, William 51. 139, 140

bJames,John 178

bJarman, William 64

bJarren W. J. 226

aJeeves, Gordon 231

bJefircyx, Charlotte Adele and Mrs. Harriet 122

JemmettThomas 27

bJenkins, B. T., and Son Ltd. 85n.

bJenkias, Thomas 42n

bJennings, T E. 13

Jcrdan, William 27, Ul

Jerrold, Douglas William 167, 179, 253

Jessopp, John 241

bJewell, Charles 34

aJohnson, James 177

bJohnson, Thomas (com dealer) 26n., 168, 243

bJohnson, Thomas 178

bJohnson, William 167, 168

Johnson's Clinages, Gloucester Road 168

Johnson's Place, Thistle Grove 167

aJohnston, Nicholas 161

aJohnstone, James 177

bJolley, James 93, 96,

aJones, Charles 93

aJones, E. 150

Jones, Elizabeth 27

bJones, Evan 73, 94n.

bJones, Henry 102, 192, 193

Jones, Hugh 177

Jones, Jacob 201

Jones, John 167n.

bJones, William 34, 39

aJoscph, Delissa 7, 14. 82

bJoyce, William 91

Jubilee Hospital 231

bJustice, Thomas 89

bKarslake, Lewis 133, 142

aKaye, B. D. 237

bKaye, Joseph 25

Kaye, Margaret 234

Kay-Shurtleworth, Sir James 252

Keating J. 207

Keeley, Robert and Mary Ann 97, 253

Kcene, James 26n.

Kcene's Cement 56, 86

bKellert, A. 8

aKelly, I. 54n.

bKelso Place 84

Kemp, Alfred 217

aKemp, F. Nesbitt 217–18

aKenbridge Estates Ltd. 128

bKendall, Benjamin 94n.

aKendall, Henry E. 247, 251 (Kendall and Pope)

bKendill, Francis 36n.

bKenmore, 4th Earl of 123

Kennedy, Lewis 65–6

Kennett, Henry 157

Kenncy, James 253

Kensal Green Cemetery 25, 246, 251, 251n.

Kensington, 2nd Baron 12, 17, 47, 103, 144, 156, 241, 246; Brompton estate of 12, 13, 17

Kensington, (Royal) Borough of In., 30, 128, 172, 189, 231–2, 238, 240, 244; see also Kensington and Chelsea, Royal Borough of

Kensington, manor of 241

Kensington, parish of: boundaries 1, 9, 33, 39, 241, fig. 1 (p. 2); vestry 9, 13, 26, 46, 75, 152, 189; watch 162

aKensington, Royal Borough of, Engineer's Dept. 238

bKensington and Chelsea, Royal Borough of 174, 238

Kensington and Knightsbridge Electric Lighting Co. 128

Kensington Board of Guardians 101

Kensington Canal 241, 243, 244, 246

Kensington Canal Company 243

Kensington High Street 188, 241

Kensington Palace Gardens 206

Kensington Turnpike Trust 1, 5, 144, 145

Kenton and Company 123

Keogh, Father 52

Keppel Place 31

aKerr, R. H., and Sons 82

aKerr, Robert 237

aKerr, Victor, and Colboum 230

aKerrison, Gen. Sir. Edward 207

bKerswell, Mr. 119

aKeyncs, John Angell James 154

aKidd, R.N.D. 169

bKillby and Gayford 93

bKilmorey, 2nd Earl of (monument to) 251, fig. 74 (p. 247)

bKimber, William 26n.

bKing, – (book auctioneer) 182n.

King, Anne and John (monument to) 114

aKing, Laurence 49

bKing, William, and Son 128

bKing, Zephaniah 147

aKing and Pache 46

aKing Street, Covent Garden (No. 43) 200

King William Street, Strand (Oratorians' church in) 50, 57

King's Arms p.h. 175, 238, Pls. 72, 73d

King's College, London 67

King's Road, Chelsea 31, 76, 143, 224

King's Theatre, Haymarket 88

Kingsbun, Henry Robert 104

Kingsbury, Middlesex 176

Kingston-upon-Thames 104

bKirk and Kirk 86

Kirton, G. H. 182

Knapp, William 180

aKnapp-Fisher, A. B. 236

aKnight, Frederick G. 15

Knight, Thomas 29

bKnight, W. 237

aKnight, William 169

Knight's (now Princes) Court, Brompton Road 8,37–8, Pl. 24b

Knightsbridge 1, 3, 4, 6, 33, 61, Pl. 19a
-, Rose (and Crown) inn 33, 34, 36; Nos. 127–151 8

Knightsbridge Fire Station 39

Knightsbridge Green 1, 3, 5, 7, 33, 34, 35, Pls. 4, 24c; No. 1 (Caltex House) 8, 35, 36, Pl. 24c

Knightsbridge Intersection Scheme 7, 17

Knightsbridge Mansions, Nos. 63–77 Brompton Road 7, 14

Knightsbridge Market 5, Pl. 10c

Knightsbridge Market Company 5

Knightsbridge Station 6, 7, 13,14, Pl. 14d

Knightsbridge Station Arcade 6

Knipe, Charles 188, 190

Knowles: Sir Francis 246; James 173

Knox, Father 191

bKnox, J., and Dyke 128

Kodak Ltd., No. 59 Brompton Road 13, Pl. 22a, c



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