Index
A - K

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1986

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'Index: A - K', Survey of London: volume 42: Kensington Square to Earl's Court (1986), pp. 461-484. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50338 Date accessed: 23 November 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

Abbots Court, Thackeray Street 14, 53

à Beckett: Gilbert Abbott 112, 325; William 112, 257, 258

A Beckett Place see Earl's Court Road, Nos. 27–33 (odd)

Aberconway, 1st Baron 191

Abingdon Abbey 105

Abingdon Arms p.h., Abingdon Road 232, 232n.

Abingdon Court, Abingdon Villas 235, 238, fig. 103, Pl. 105b

Abingdon Gardens, Abingdon Villas 235, 238, Pl. 105c

Abingdon House, Wright's Lane 100, 105–6, 225, 232, 331, Pl.2b

Abingdon Mansions, Pater Street 116

Abingdon Road (northern end formerly Newland Street) 111, 112–13, 114, 115, 116, 229–30, 232–3, 274, 286n., figs. 36–7, 100, Pls. 43c-e, road, 103a
-, Abingdon Arms p.h. 232, 232n.; Ilchester Mansions 116; Kensington Arms p.h. 113, 116; Our Lady of Victories R.C. Church, Presbytery of 116, 389
-, East side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 9–25 (formerly Allen's Place) 113, 116, Pl. 43c; Nos. 31– 116; No. 37a 116; No. 41 (Kensington Arms p.h.) 113, 116; Nos. 43–51 (formerly Park Place) 113, Pl. 43d; Nos. 53–67 (formerly Albion Terrace) 232n., 234 (No. 67), 274; Nos. 69–87 (formerly Abingdon Terrace) 232-3, 232n., 238 (No. 87), Pl. 103a; Nos. 89–111 (formerly Carlisle or Carlyle Terrace, partly dem.) 152 (No. 103), 232n.; Nos. 95–101 ( as rebuilt) 238
-, West side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–14 (formerly part of Lower Newland Terrace) 113; No. 16 (Presbytery of Our Lady of Victories R.C. Church) 116, 389; Nos. 32–38 (formerly Park Place) 113, fig. 37, Pl. 43e; Nos. 40–52 (formerly Claremont Terrace) 229, 229n., 230, Pl. 102d; No. 54 (Abingdon Arms p.h.) 232, 232n.; Nos. 56–94 232n.

Abingdon Terrace see Abingdon Road, Nos. 69–87

Abingdon Villas 227–35 passim, 238, 411, fig. 100, Pls. 104c, 105
-, Abingdon Court 235, 238, fig. 103, Pl. 105b; Abingdon Gardens 235,238, Pl. 105c
-, North side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–7 (dem.) 230, 235; Nos. 9, 11 (dem.) 103–4, 235; Nos. 13–43 (dem.) 230; Nos. 45–63 (formerly Abingdon Villas West) 232n., Pl. 105a (No. 45); Nos. 65–85 229–30, 229n.
-, South side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–32 118 (No. 6), 230, 238 (No. 2), Pl. 104c (No. 8); Nos. 34–44 .(dem.) 230, 235; Nos. 46–52 (formerly Abingdon Villas West) 231, 233; Nos. 54–64 (formerly Abingdon Villas West) 232n., 233 (No. 64); Nos. 66–70 232n.; Nos. 72–78 230; Nos. 80, 82 229, 230

Abingdon, Villas West see Abingdon Villas, Nos. 45–63 and 46–64

Abinger, 3rd Lord and Lady 154

Abney, Capt. William de Wiveleslie 165

Abrahamian (later Nazarian), Dr. Abel 389, 390

Academies see Schools and academies

Acklam Road 174

Ackland, Rev. Charles Tabor 32, 35

Acworth, Angus W. 11, 39

Adam and Eve Cottages 109

Adam and Eve Mews 108–9, 402, fig. 35

Adam and Eve p.h., Kensington High Street 78, 108–9

Adam and Eve Stables or Yard (proposed name for Adam and Eve Mews) 109

Adam the Cook, andAlicia, his w. 78

Adams, Dr. Ambrose 32, 47–8

a Adams: Cole A. 214; H. Powys 51

b Adams: William (of Newland Street) 229; William (of Hammersmith) 295

b Adamson: George, Thomas Henry, the elder, Thomas Henry, the younger, and William James 286.; see also Adamson, T. H and Sons

b Adamson, T. H., and Sons 47, 261, 377, 385

Addiscombe: East India Company College 34; St. Mary Magdalene Church 382

Addison Road 281; No. 64 (Rutland Lodge) 137; No. 86 (Roseau House) 62; see also St. Barnabas's Church

Adshead, Stanley 409

Aer Lingus Irish Airlines 108

c Aglio, Agostino 258

Agricultural rents 121, 135, 161, 241, 398

Air Terminals Ltd. 337

Aircraft factory 260

Airlie Gardens, Campden Hill 114

Akers-Douglas, Aretas (2nd Viscount Chilston) 40

Albani, Madame Emma 38, 201

Albemarle, 4th Earl of 197

Albert, Prince Consort, model lodging houses 285

Albert Hall Mansions 297, 401

Albert Houses, Queen's Gate 411

Albert Lodge, Victoria Grove 133

Albert Memorial 141

Albert Mews 134

Albert Palace, Battersea Park 334–5

Albert Place (formerly Road) 136, 140, 148 (No. 6), fig. 54, Pls. 54b, 56c

Albert Square and Villas 27, 146

Albion Place, Earl's Court Road 218

Albion Terrace see Abingdon Road, Nos. 53–67

a Alder, J. S. 377

b Alder, William Beckford 286n.

b Aldin: Charles, senior 125, 134, 173, 181, 207, 403, 405, 406a 407; Charles, junior, and William (Aldin and Sons) 170, 173, 174, 178, 181, 184, 407

b Aldin Brothers 175

Aldwick Place, Bognor, Sussex 63

a Aldwickle, T.W. 355, 358–60 passim

Aldworth, Sussex 63

Alexander: Agnes Mary 361; Ann 100; David Henry 100, 105, 106, 107; Henry Browne 84, 168, 170, 174, 179, 181, 184, 187, 189, 206, 289, 328, 340, 343, 384, 402; John 102

a Alexander, Reece and Thomson 53

Alexander estate 160, 161, 168–83, 184–91 passim, 328, 340, 396–400 passim, 404, 405, 406, fig. 68

Alexander family: (of Alexander estate) 80, 168; (of Francis Barry's estate) 105

Alexander Square 396, 410

Alexandra, Queen (as Princess of Wales) 332

Alexandra Gate (proposed name for Emperor's Gate, q.v.) 340

Alison, Sir Archibald, 2nd Bart. 152

Allaway, Samuel 241, Pl. 106b

Allcroft, John Derby 375, 378

Allen, Charles James 259, 260

b Allen, James 134

Allen: John 112; John Edward 259, 260

c Allen, Julia 373

Allen, Sarah 112

b Allen, Thomas 103n.

Allen: Thomas 110, 111–14, 116, 256, 257; Thomas Newland 112, 114, 116; William Elderton 112, 251, 252, 254, 256

Allen House, Allen Street 115

Allen Mansions, Allen Street 114

Allen Street 111, 113, 114, figs. 35–6, Pl. 42c, d
-, Allen House 115; Allen Mansions 114; Britannia Brewery, and Britannia (sometime Birtannia (Brevery) Tap) p.h. 114, Pl. 42d; ‘Ilchester’ 114; see also Alma Terrace; Inkerman Terrace; Kensington United Reformed Church; Phillimore Terrace; St. Mark's Coptic Orthodox Church; Staftesbury Villas

Allen Terrace (later Nos. 197–217 (odd) Kensington High Street, mostly dem.) 87 (Nos. 197–207), 88 (Nos. 197–207), 111–12, 113, 114, 116, Pl. 43a

Allen's Place see Abingdon Road, Nos. 9–25

Allens's Rents 113

Allen-Stevens estate 112–16 passim

Allenby, Field-Marshal Viscount 214

Alliance Economic Investment Company 106

a Allom, Thomas 345, 347

Alma Road see Fenelon Road

Alma Studios, Stratford Road 298

Alma Terrace 232, fig. 100

Aluminium, istances of use 338, 391

Alverstone, Baron (Sir Richard Webster) 75

Amalgamated Estates Ltd., The 259, 260

Ambassadors Hotel, Collingham Road 213

‘America: a Grand Historical Spectacle’ 334

‘American Elevator’ 181, 210, 401

American Exhibition, 1887 332, fig. 133

American influence: on department stores 93, 95–6, 97; on Earl's Court Exhibition 332–7 passim

Amies, Hardy 150

Anchor Housing Association 317

b Anderson, Richard 228, 228n., 229n.

d Angell, Robert, and Curtis 263

Anglican church-building, discussed 365–7

Anne, Queen 2

Ansdell, Richard 141, 143

Ansdell (formerly James) Street 30, 51–3, 139, 409, fig. 17, Pl. 22c

Ansdell Terrace (formerly St. Alban's Road North) 20, 21, 54, 409, Pl. 23c

Anstruther, Sir Robert 328

Appleford Road 304

Appleton, Frederick Ernest 263

Apsley, Fluellin 56, 59

a APT Partnership 53

b Aram, George 261

Arcades 85, 93, 116, 329

a Archard and Partners 389

Archer Street 91

Architects and building development, discussed 406–8

Architectural Association 93, 148

a Arcon 167

Arden House, Earl's Court Road 299

a Ardin and Brookes and Partners 47

Argyll, Dowager Duchess of (w. of 7th Duke) 158

Arlington Street (Grimwoods’ shop in) 121

Amenian Church see St. Sarkis's Armenian Church

Army and Navy Co-Operative Auxiliary Supply depot, Logan Place 282

Arnold, Sir Edwin 213, 309

b Arnold, W. G. 223

Arnold, William 196, 225

b Arrol Bridge and Roof Company 335

Arrowsmith, John 163

Art Workers’ Guild 148

Arthur, Lady Elizabeth 378

Artisans’ housing see Working-class housing

a Arup Associates 284

a Ash, Arthur S. 268

Ashburn Gardens (formerly Astwood Road) 170, 172, 174, 175, fig. 68, Pl. 71a

Ashburn (formerly Greenville) Mews 171, 173, 175, 182, figs. 68, 70, Pl. 73, e; No. 17 174, Pl. 73e

Ashburn (formerly Gre(e)nville) Place 168, 172, 173–4, 175, 183, figs. 65, 68, 71, 91–2, Pls. 72, 73a, b, 91a
-, East side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2– (dem.) 170, 174, 178, Pl, 73a (No. 12); No. 14 182; Nos. 16–30 174, 178, 182, Pl. 73b; Nos. 34–40 164; see also Gloucester Hotel
-, West side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–23 170, 175, 182, fig. 71, Pl. 72; No. 29 179, 208, 212, 412, figs. 91–2, Pl. 91a; see also London Forum Hotel

a Ashby, L. J. 143

Ashby, Stephen 33

b Ashby Brothers 115

b Ashfold, William 220, 294, 296, 403

Ashhurst, Sir Henry 2–3, 79, 102

Ashley Cottages 286, 287, fig. 105

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 243

Ashton and Green's ornamental red tiles 378n.

a Aslan and Freeman 213

c Aslat, Anthony 265

Assumption, Convent of, Kensington Square see Convent of the Assumption

Assumption, Order of 27, 200–1

Astley's Amphitheatre, Westminster Bridge Road 121

Aston, Rev. J. A. 375, 378, 385

Astwood Mews 170, 174, 175, fig. 68

Astwood Road see Ashburn Gardens

Asylums (lunatic) see Lunatic asylums

Athlone, Earl of (1938) 96

a Atkinson, Robert 88, 93

Atkyns, Sir Robert 3

Atlantic College, St. Alban's Grove 143

b Attfield, Francis John 229, 229n., 230, 281

At(t)wood: Alfred 241; William 168; family 225

Attwood's Lane 171, 172, 339, 340

Auburn Lodge (No. 32 Victoria Road) 142

Audley Trust 246

Aust, George 25, 58

Austin, Robert 39

Austrian Exhibition (proposed) 104

b Aviss, Robert, and Company 378

Avondale Road (proposed name) 124

Avonmore Road, Fulham 307

Ayrton, Acton Smee 163–4, 213

Bacchus, John 109

a Bacon, Francis 383

Bagnall, Nicholas 6, 19

Bagnio 197

c Baguès 390

Bailey: Henry 213; James 180, 181–2

Bailey's Hotel, Gloucester Road 170, 178, 181–2, 338, Pl. 74a

a Baker, Mr. 35

b Baker, Alfred 109

a Baker: Arthur (1880s) 35, 383; Arthur (1950s) 167

Baker: F. Arnold 148; Sir George 137

b Baker, James 206, 213

Baldwin, Thomas 112

a Ball, Dennis 274

Ball, Edward 83

Ball Street 84, 86, 87, 88, 92, 93, 97, fig. 30, Pls. 34c, d, 38a; Kensington Fire Station 84, 88, Pl, 34c

Ballantine, Serjieant 103

Bandstand (largest in London) 332

Bank Chambers (No. 1a Kensington High Street) 76, 81, Pl. 30a

Banks (buildings) 69, 76, 81, 222, 223, 261, fig. 99, Pl. 30a, c: see also under Builders and speculative building, capital sources

a Banks and Townsend 224

a Bannister, Sidney Smith 219n

Banstead School, Surrey 356

Banting, William 102, 143

Baptist chaples 339, 340, 368, 393

Barbon, Nicholas 5

Barclay, Sir George 3

Barclay's Bank 223

Barker: Albert James 51–3 passim, 70, 147; Ann Sarah 87; E.H. Lingen 51n.; Francis 87; Harley Granville 51

a Barker, J. Theodore 392

Barker, (Sir) John 87–8

Barker, John, and Company 86, 87–8, 92–8, 280, 281, 408; and Ball Street 84, 87, 93, 97; and Derry (formerly King) Street 97, 98; and Kensington High Street 85, 87; and Kensington Square 9, 11, 12, 13, 20, 22, 40, 41, 42, 44, 46, 49, 86; and Young Street 11, 46, 47, 49, 88, 97, 98; buildings of 1873–1925 87–8, Pls. 34a, d, 36b, c, 38a; contraction of 98; depostories in Cromwell Crescent and Pembroke Road 88, 280, 281, 284; expansion and acquisitions 87–8, 89, 92; present building 97–8, Pls. 38c, 39b–e; rebuilding programme of 1927–58 11, 92–8

b Barker, John, and Company, building department 12, 22, 81, 87, 88, 93, 96, 280–1, 298

a Barker and Roscoe 51

Barker Street 409

Barkers see Barker, John, and Company

Barkston Gardens 196, 197, 206, 207, 208–9, 210, 212, 309, 412, figs. 82–3
-, Barkston Gardens Hotel 174, 206, 210; Brkston Mansions 174

Barlow: Charles Edward 124–9 passim; Frederick Pratt 25, 27, 32, 42, 146

Barlow Cannon Estates 129

Barnard, Christopher, 1st Baron 102

Barnes (cobbett's farm at) 83

b Barnes, John 21

a Barnes, William 20

b Barnett, William 14

Barnum, P.T. (of Barnum and Bailey) 334

Baron, Charlotte 36

Barrow, J. Boyden 298

Barrow, George Hodgkinson 265

Barrow's Walk 100, 221, 225, 343, 343n., 345, Pl. 1

Barry: Edward Arthur 195: Francis 30, 99–100, 102, 107

a Barry, John Wolfe 329

Bartlett: Sir Basil, 2nd Bart. (s. of Sir Herbert) 154, 402; Sir Herbert, 1st Bart. 154

a Bartlett and Purnell 28

a Barton, R.W. 108

Batrum, Luke Reynolds 142

b Barwell, William 45

Basevi, George 406, 410

Bassett, Walter B, 335

Bateman, Matthew 101

Bath 112; Bear Yard 112; Orange Grove 6; Parsonage Lane 112

Bath Corporation 112

Bath Place, Kensington High Street 112, 113, 115, 116, fig. 36

Battersea (candle manufactory) 82

b Battson, — 309

Batty, William 121– Batty's (Grand National) Hippodrome 121–3; fig. 44

Battye, George, Georgiana and John 343

Baukunst der Armenier und Europa, Die (J. Strzygowski) 390

Bax, Clifford 258

Baxter, Alexander 59, 102

Baxter's Cottages 387

Bayne, John 197

b Baynes, Frederick 69

Bayswater Circuit of the Methodist Conference 393

Bazaar (Kensington Square) 21

Beach House, Philbeach Gardens 321

Beadle, Major-General James Pattle and James Prinsep Barnes 144

Beale, Bartholomew 79

b Beale, John 232n., 317

Bear Yard, Bath 112

Beatty, Chester 149

Beauchamp, 6th Earl 371

Beaufort House. Chelsea 79

Beckett Place see Earl's Court Road, Nos. 27–33

b Beckington: Richard 30, 101, 102; Thomas 79

Bedford estate, Bloomsbury 249, 254

Bedford Park, Chiswick 67, 68

Bedford Park Ltd. 67

Bedford Villas (No.6), Dingwall Road, Croydon 62

a Beech, George 338

Beeston, Lady (prob. w. of Sir William) 38

Belasye, Lady Susan (Baroness Belasyse) 56, 60

Belgian refugee camp (Earl's Court) 336

b Belham, S., and Company 221, 371–2, 372n.

Bell: Sir Francis Dillon 127; James 40; John 141

Bell p.h., Kensington High Street 78, 79

Bell p.h. (later Wheatsheaf),kensington High Street 78, 80

Bell p.h. (later Fowler andCock and Beehive), Young Street 47, 78

Bellasis, Edward 119

Belmont Court, Earl's Court Road 262, Pl. 108c.

Belmont Villas (now No.s2–8 Pembroke Road) 281, Pl. 111a

Beloe, Rev. William 45

Belsize Park 153

Benedict 'the Vykere'78

Bennett: Mrs. (Mary Blesard) 197; Septimus A. 166

Ben-Oliel, Rev. Maxwell Mochluff 221. 370, 381–2; property of fig. 96

b Benson, George 258, 269, 284

b Benstead, S. 221

Bentley, E.C. 258

'Berceuse, La' (Schubert) 381

a Beresford, E. 128

Berkeley: Dow. Lady (w. of 3rd Baron) 3, 60; William, 4th Lord 56,60, 110

Berkley, George 171, 173

Berry, Sir Graham 102

Berwick Street, Soho 29

Bessant, C.H. 72

Best, Charles 67

c Bevington,— (organ builder) 392

Bexhill, Sussex 53n.

Biba 96–7, 238 Pl. 38b.

'Bible Woman' 235

b Biggs, Charles 219

c Billingshurst, A.N. 316n.

Billingwell Dyche 322n.

Bina Gardens 204, 206, 207, 208, 212, 407, figs. 82–3, Pl. 93a-c

Birch, John 40

Bircham and Company 305, 307

Bircham family 307

b Bird: Mr. 294; A.H. 81

Bird, Ernest 47, 260

b Bird: Henry (of Stephen and Henry Bird) 34, 311; S.G. 214

Bird, Rev, Samuel 393

b Bird, Stephen 34, 80, 243, 276–7, 280, 311, 325, 403

Bird v Allen 259–60

Birmingham, Bristol and Thames Junction Railway seeWest London Railway

Biscoe, Elisha 404

Bishop, Isabella Lucy 258

Bishop and Son 280

b Bissett, Thomas and John 317

a Black, Alexander G. 267

b Blackford, Thomas 264

Blackman, Messrs. W.H. 123

Blackpool (Great Wheel) 335

b Blagrave, Roger 197, 215

Blake:Rev. Alfred Howarth 355; Charles 233

c Blakeman, C.F. 389

Blenheim Hotel, Bond Street 111

Blesard, Mary (Mrs. Bennett) 197

Blessington, 1st Viscount (Murrough Boyle) 19

Bliss, Lewis Hall 320

a Blissett Macdonald Associates 53

Blithfield Street 235, 409, fig. 100, Pl. 104a

a Blofield, Mr. ( ?William) 281

a Blomfield, Arthur W. 354–5, 380

Blomfield, Charles James, Bishop of London 365, 366, 369

a Blomfield, Sir Reginald 88

Bloomsbury 249, 251, 252, 256, 396; see also Bedford estate, Bloomsbury

a Blore,John 161, 344, 345, 346

Blow, W.J. 235

Blue (commemorative)Plaques 24, 154, 163, 299

Boarding andlodging houses 101, 182, 248, 307, 316, 342

a Bodley, G.F. 384, 386

Boehm, Sir Joseph Edgar 153, 208, 208n., 214

a Boehmer and Gibbs 103, 104

Boldero, Henry 41

Bolney House Ennismore Gardens 24

Bolton, Francis 75

Bolton Gardens(east-west part originally called Wetherby Road) 201, 205, 206, 207, 209, 210, 212–13, figs. 82–3, Pls. 87a, 89a, 90a, 94a
-, No. 9 207, 212, 213, Pl. 89a; Nos. 11–15 207, 209, 210 (Nos. 11–13), 212, 213, Pl. 87a; Nos. 16‐23 205 (No.23), 207, 212, 213, fig. 89 (No.23), Pl. 90a; Nos.24–35 206, 207, 212, 213, Pl. 94a; Nos. 36–39 212, 213; Nos. 40–42 205, 212, 213

Bolton Gardens West see Old Brompton Road, Nos. 198–200 and 212–224

Boltons, The 189 (No. 24), 204, 399, 411

Boltons p.h. (fomerly Bolton), Earl's Court Road 314, Pl. 127a

Bomb damage see under War of 1939–45

Bombay 380, 381

b Bonnin, James 403, 405, 406

Booth: Charles 248, 342; Rev. James 135; Mary (w. of Charles) 342

a Borer and Dobb 12

Borrow, George 163

Boswell, James 60

Boucicault, Dion 273

c Boulton, Gilbert 373, 375

a Boutcher, William 84

Bouverie (Ransom, Bouverie), Messrs. 207, 244

a Bouverie, D. Pleydell 108

b Bovis Construction 299

Bowack, John (quoted) 1,4, 6, 60, 196

Bowen: Sir Charles Synge Christopher (Barib Bowen) 152; Trevor 92, 93, 96, 97

Bowerman, R. J. 51–3

Bowler, Henry Alexander 273

Bowling greens: at Devonshire Arms p.h. 228, 235; Thomas Young's 8, 9, 27, 29, fig. 1 ; Young's bowling green house 8, 9

Bowman: John Frederick 49; Sir William 44, 49

b Boyce, Thomas 105, 208, 214

Boyle, Murrough (1st Viscount Blessington) 19

a Boys, J.C. 127

Boyton Capt. Paul 333

Brace, Harris Thurloe 80, 168

b Bracher, John 229

Bradbury, Mary 197

Bradley, A.C. 258

Breaemar Mansions Cornwall Gardens 156

Bragelone (Bragelongne), Claudine de 2, 21

Bramham Gardens 206, 207, 208, 210, 213, figs. 82–3, Pls. 94b, 95b

Bramwell Sir Frederick 75

Brand, John and Timothy 100

a Brandt and O'Dell 338

Brasenose College, Oxford 78, 80, 81

Brasenose House (No. 35 Kensington High Street) 81

b Brass, William, and Son 20

Bray, Berkshire 38

a Bray, Joel 131, 133

Brechin Place 158, 164–5, 167, 320, 400, fig. 65, Pl. 67d

Brent, Elizabeth 158

Brentford Gas Light Company 259

a Brewer, Cecil (of Smith and Brewer) 148

Breweries adn brewhouses 30, 60, 80, 114, 215, 217, 218, 219, Pl. 42d

Brewery Lane see Redfield Lane

b Brickell, Alfred 315, 317

Brickmaking 110, 228, 242, 243, 264, 269, 276, 328

Bricks, change to red 170, 174, 245, 320, 412

Bricks and brick work, specifed: Acton 187; Bearts patent 170; Burham 154, 291; Crowborough 391; Daneshill 81; Fareham 76; gault 170, 291; Ipswich 170, 171; Lawrence 47; Stourbridge 108; Suffolk (red0 187, 189, 378n.; Suffolk (white) 124, 170, 378n.

c Bridgeman of Lichfield 386

a Bridgman, Henry Hewitt 346, 357

Bridges, Dr. John Henry 352

a Briggs, R. A. 314

b Briggs, Samueland Samuel Manton 271

Bright, Sir Charles 213

Brighton (Regent Cinema) 93

Brimblecome, William, and w. 360

b Brindley, Joseph and Thomas 263–4, 322

a Brine, R. Harold 116

Bristow, William 396

Britannia Brewery, Allen Street 114, Pl. 42d

Britannia Brewery Tap P.h. (formerly Castle), Kensington High Street 78

Britannia p.h. (sometime britannia (Brewery) Tap), Allen Street 114, Pl. 42d

Britannia Tap p.h. (sometime Britannia Brewery Stores), Warwick Road 114, 284

British Airways 338

British Colonial and Indian Exhibition, South Kensington (1886) 332

British European Airways 337–8; offices and terminal 182, 337–8

British Home Stores, Kensington High Street 97

British Land 96

British Transport Holdings 108

Brittany Lodge, Edwardes Square 257

a Broadbridge, James 84, 352, 408

Broadhurst, James 273

Broadwood: John 151; John Jervis 151–3 passim; Thomas, senior 151; Thomas, junior 145, 151–4 passim, 157, 343; w. of last 157

Broadwood estate 145, 157–7, 298, 406

Broadwood pianos 72, 151, 284n.

Broadwood Terrace, Warwick Road 284

a Brock, E. P. L. (of Habershon and Brock) 341

Brockett, Francis 5

Brodsworth Hall, Yorkshire 118

Brompton 4, 82, 248, 395, 403, 407, 408, 410

Brompton: Gloucester Road Station see Gloucester Road Station

Brompton and Knightsbridge Electric Supply Company 310

Brompton and Piccadilly Circus Railway Company 329

Brompton Botanic Garden 396

Brompton Cemetery 239, 241, 242

Brompton Chapel, Montpelier Street 365

Brompton estate (of Edwards family) 243

Brompton Exchange Station see South Kensington Station

Brompton Hospital estate 399, 406

Brompton Park Nursery 396

Brompton Restaurant (No. 254 Earl's Court Road) 310, Pl. 126b.

Brompton Road 165, 243, 365, 395, 396, 404, 410

Brompton Road Station 329

Brompton Row, Brompton Road 365, 410

Brompton Square 396, 410

Brompton Villa 158–9, fig. 64, Pl. 65d

Bromptons (formerly Lord Ranelagh p.h.), Old Brompton Road 300, 316, 317

c Bromsgrove Guild 390

Brook Street, Mayfair (Nos. 59 and 61) 208n.

Brookfield, Rev. William H. 163

Brooks, Edward 135

b Brooks, John 266

Broomfield 343

Broseley tiles 174

Browman's Field 99, 105

Brown, Miss (schollmistress) 47

Brown, Ann 231–4 passim,392; property of fig. 100

a Brown, Durward 53, 70

b Brown: G. and A., Ltd. 47 George 110

b Brown, Marshall and Company 335

b Brown, William, and Sons 148

Browne: Lady Ann 59; Anna Maria 80

a Browne, Edward Henry 142

b Browne, Edward Payne 233n.

Browing, Robert 127

Brown's Court, Kensington High Street 38

Brunton, John 154

Bruzaud, George John and Charles James 280

c Bryceson Brothers 388

Bryon, Benjamin 200

Buckingham: 2nd Duke of 79; 11th Earl of (self-styled) 79

b Buckingham, John 268

Buckingham Palace Hotel, Buckingham Gate 181

a Buckland, V., and Garrard 69

Buckler, Charles Alban 163

Bucknill, George Edward 147

Buffalo Bill (Col. William Cody) 317, 332

Buffalo Bill Roughriders and Redskin Show 332

Buffalo's Head p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Builders and speculative building
-, agreemnts, terms of 110, 124–5, 153–4, 160–1,170, 264, 300, 302
-, bankruptices 110, 113, 114, 127, 139, 141, 144, 161, 206, 219, 228, 231, 254, 264, 266, 267, 270, 295, 317, 399, 400, 404
-, number of 404
-, capital sources: architects 119, 405–6, 407; banks nad bankers
-, 207, 225–31 passim, 233, 234, 254, 267, 270, 308, 405; building
-, societies, land and finanace companies 67, 68, 106, 154, 207, 234, 305, 312, 405; building trades 8, 228, 312, 320, 405; City merchants 268; clergymen 233, 274, 320; companies formed especially 69, 320–1, 405–6; discussed generally 404–6; ground landlords 154, 207, 227, 233, 404; insurance companies 145, 146, 207, 234, 274–5, 297, 405; lawyers 106, 221, 226, 228, 231–2, 233, 251, 270, 271, 274, 304, 305, 307, 308, 312, 314, 320, 404; miscellaneous private 45, 112, 161, 172, 207, 231, 234, 252, 274, 287, 297, 305, 308, 312, 404, 405; spinsters and widows 14, 20–1, 106, 228, 231, 233, 269, 274, 304; trade and industry (London) 8, 228, 269, 320, 405; trade nd industry (provincial) 69, 252, 254, 269, 270, 404, 405
-, fluctuations 141, 161, 223, 224, 241–4 passim, 254, 256, 264, 266, 271, 273, 281, 312–13, 395–7, 398–400
-, influence of royal court on 1,78
-, interest rates 234, 305
-, lease convenants 232
-, numbers of builders 402–3
-, organization and methods 101, 131, 233, 264, 269
-, probate value of builders' estates 170–1, 174, 273, 288, 291, 306, 403, 404
-, profit and loss 254, 270, 271–8, 304, 307, 404
-, size of firms 152, 266, 290, 293, 303, 318, 404
-, yards and workshops 40, 146

Builders' Arms p.h., Kesington Court Place 139, 144, Pl. 53b

a Building Design Associate 108

a Building Design Partnership 299

Buildings lines judgement (1886) 127–8

Buildings materials; rise in price of 230; specified in agreements 124, 154, 170, 187, 378n.; see also Bricks and brickwork; Cement; Concrete; Copper; Iron and ironwork; Miniton tiles; Renderings; Steel and steelwork; Stone and stonework; Terracotta and faience

Buildings regulations, enforcement of 93, 408; by district surveyor 121, 230, 346

Bulkeley, Elizabeth, Viscountess 56, 139

Bull's Head p.h., Young Street 47, 78

b Bulled, E. P.148

Bullock, John 19

Bulmershe Court (formerly Woodley Lodge), Berkshire 82

Bumpus, T. F. (quoted) 388

a Buning, David James 251

Burbridge, Sir Richard 88

Burden Mews 82, 84, 89, 93, 95, figs. 30–1

Burg Theatre, Vienna 75

a Burges, William 142

b Burges: E. H. 394; Edward William 142, 143, 145; Richard 11 on

Burghley House 6

Burham, Kent (bricks from) 154, 291

b Burham Company 291

Burlington Arcade 407

c Burlison and Grylls 377n.

Burne-Jones, Edward 43

a Burnell, Alfred Burnell 69

Burnet, Sir John, Tait and Partners 338

Burnett, the Misses 27

Burney, Elizabeth 197

Burnham, D. H., and Company 93

a Burr, A. and V. 238

Burridge, Eliza and William 349

Burrounghs, Madam 13

a Burrows, T. Mortimer, and Partners 321

c Burton, Esmond 383

b Burton: John 346; Peter 154; Thomas 346

a Bush, J.F. 143

Bush, William Maddocks 62

Bushey, Herts. (Windmill) 38

Bute, 3rd Marquess of 106

Butler, Francis 5, 13,25, 45

a Butler, John Dixon 39, 45, 46, 380

b Butler, John Robert 132, 133

b Butt; G.C. 235; George 232n.

Butt, John 101

Butts, The 168

a Buxton, Turscott and Wall 223

Byng, Hon. George (later) 3rd Viscount Torrington) 33

Byron, Lord 197

b Bywaters, G.H. and A. (and Sons) 53, 70, 109

a Cabuche, H. L. 40, 88, 89, 92, 93, 95, 97

Caen stone 372

Calderon, W. Frant 262

California Mining Company 63

Callcott, Thomas 343

b Calnan, M., and Son 282

Cambridge Place 117, 118, 119, 136, 140–1,fig. 54, Pl. 55a; Nos. 1–4 118(No. 1), 141; Nos. 5–6 140–1; Nos. 7–10, 11 141

Camden Road, Holloway (No. 252) 340

Camden Town 130

Campbell; Madam 16; Capt. Dugall 16; Lord George 182; Sir George 152

b Campbell, John 256, 270, 273

Campbell, Mrs. Patrick 39; house of Pl. 15b

Campbell, Reginald H. 166

c Campbell, Smith and Company 387

Campbell, Lady Sybil 182

Campbell Estate 182

Campden Charities 343

Campden House 1

Campden House Road 296

Campden Street 232n.

Candle or Wax-bleachers' works 81–2, 218, 219, fig. 31, Pl. 35c

Canning Cottatge, Canning Place 121, fig.42

Canning Passage (formerly part of Love Lane, q.v.) 121, 139, figs. 42–3

Canning Place 121, 126, 128–9, 130–2, 135, 140, figs. 42–3, 17–8 pL. 48a, b
-, North side
-, Canning Cottage 121, fig. 42; Canning Place Mews 129, figs. 42–3; De Vere Cottages 126, 128–9, fig. 43, Pls. 48c, d, 49a, b, d; Melville Cottage 121, fig. 42
-, South side
-, Nos. 1–13 (consec.) 130, 131, 132, 135, fig. 48 (Nos. 8–10), Pl. 50b (Nos. 8–9)

Canning Place Mews 129, figs 42–3

Canterbury Cathedral (St. Anselm's Chapel) 373

Cantwell, Robert 410

Capel, Monsignor Thomas John 105–6 passim 107, 331, 332, 368

Capper, Elizabeth 110

Capper House School 110, 116

Caracas 381

Carlisle Terrace, Abingdon Road 152 (No. 8), 232n.

Carlton House Terrace (No. 2) 242

Carlyle: Rev. Gavin 382; Thomas 257

Carlyle Terrace, Abingdon Road 152 (No. 8), 232n.

Carmarthen, Marquess of (later 10th Duke of Leeds) 127

Carmarthen House see Woolsthorpe House

Carmelites: Church, Kensington Church Street 368, 387;
-, Monastery, Kensington Square 32

b Carmichael, James 81

Carnaby Street (Inderwick & Company) 130

b Carolan, James 147

Caroline, Queen (as Princess of Wales) 3

Car-parking 47, 49, 109, 238, 338

Carpenter, Edward 86

a Carpenter, R. C. 143

a Carpenter, Roger, and Associates 129

Carr: David 14; J. Comyns 143; Jonathan T. 14, 67–9, 73, 75; Richardson 68, 69

Carr and Sons 67

Carriage Lodge (No. 12 Earl's Court Road) 262

Carritt, Frederick Blasson 273, 275, 404

Carter: Howard 311; Samuel John 311

b Carter: Thomas 320; Thomas Dicks 133, 349

Cassell, Baron Jean 166

Cassels, Walter R. 185, 187, 189, 191

a Cassidy Farrington and Dennys 108

Casson, Sir Hugh 148

Castle p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Castlecomer, Lady (?Elizabeth, w. of 1st Viscount or Frances, w. of 2nd) 37

Cates, Arthur (quoted) 103

Catesby, Monsignor 106

Catherine the Great 59

Catholic University College 105–6, 107, 331, 368, Pl. 2b

Cator, John 384

b Cave, Edward Jarvis 103

a Cave, Walter 210

Cavendish Church, Suffolk 72

b Cawley: S. and R. 47; Thomas 117–18, 119,

a Cawston, Arthur 174

Cedar House, Marloes Road 108

Cedar Villa (The Cedars), Wright's Lane 106, 107, 108

Cedars, The, Putney (No. 20) 340

Cement 154, 207, 291, 294, 332

Central Depot, Warwick Road see under Warwick Road

Cesspools 131, 224, 345; see also Sewers and drianage

b Chaffer, John 113

a Chalmers, Alan 213

a Chamberlain, Roy, Associates 47

b Chamberlain, Thomas 391

Chamberlain, Hugh 8

b Chamberlen Brothers 385

Chancellor, Thomas 53

b Changeur, Louis Léon 110, 111, 241, 249–56 passim, 261, 262, 405

Chapel Terrace, Notting Hill 232n.

Chapels, private 72, 142

Chapman, Henry James 173

a Chapman, J. Wallis 89

b Chapman, Lowry and Puttick 263

a Chapman Taylor Partners 183

b Chappell, John T. 63, 66, 352

Chaps (formerly Lord Ranelagh p.h.), Old Brompton Road 300,316, 317

Charles X, King of France 60

Charles House, Kensington High Street 268

Charles Place (now part of Thackeray Street, q.v.) 51, 137, 140, fig. 17

Charles Street see Kensington Court Place

Charmilly, Colonel 249

b Charteris, D. 335

Chase: Richard (f.) 12; Richard (s.) 13

Chatsworth 6, 8

Chatsworth Court, Pembroke Road 277

Chauvet, David 43

a Cheadle, J. O. (of Cheadle and Harding) 383

Cheese (largest known) 103

Chelsea 203, 217, 219, 343, 403; see also King's Road

Chelsea Building Society 405

Chelsea Hospital 6

Chenesiton House (No. 1 Kensington Court) 69, 70, Pl. 26c

Chenesitun, manor of 239

Cheniston Gardens 99, 100, 104, 105, 106–7, 207, 320, fig. 34
-, No. 1 86, 107; Nos. 2, 7, 13, 27, 35 107; No.38, Pl. 45c; Nos. 40, 42 105; No. 44 105, 106; No. 46 105, 106, 107; Nos. 47–60 235, fig. 100, Pl. 29b

Cheniston Gardens Studios 107, Pl. 45b

Cheniston Lodge (No. 46 Cheniston Gardens) 105, 106, 107

Cheniston Crescent 141

Cnernyshev, Natalia and Court Petr Grigorevich 60

b Cherry, J. 146

Chesebrough, William H. 193

Chesmenskii (palace at) 59

Chester (Hydraulic Engineering Company at) 75

b Chesterman and Son 143

a Chesterton, Frank 47, 81, 115, 412

Chesterton, G. K. 258, 267

a Chesterton, Sir Oliver 114, 222; see also Chesterton and Sons

a Chesterton and Sons (Chestertons, Chesterton family) 92, 115, 167, 222, 296n.

Chesterton Square 284, Pl. 115d, e

a Cheston, Horace 222

Cheyne Row, Chelsea 257

Chicago: Exhibition of 1893 (World's Fair) 103, 334, 335; Marshall Field's store 93

Child, Matthew 8, 59, 197

Childs: Samuel 218, 219; family, property of 218, 219, 220, figs. 95–6

Child's Passage (now Child's Walk) 222

Child's Place 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 412, figs. 95–6, Pl. 99a-d
-, Nos. 1–5 (consec.) 221, Pl. 99b (Nos. 4–5); Nos. 9–15 (consec.) 219, Pl. 99a (Nos. 10–13), Pl.99c (Nos. 9–13); Nos. 17–22 220, Pl. 99d (Nos. 18–20)

Child's Street (part formerly Johnson's Place) 218, 219, 221, 222, fig. 95–6; Nos. 1–4 222; Nos. 18–20 221

Child's Walk (formerly Child's Passage) 222

Child's and Freeman's (wax-bleachers) 218, 219

Chile 121, 123

Chilston, 2nd Viscount 40

Chimneypieces, alabaster (formerly at Scarsdale House) 103, Pl. 41d.

‘China, or the Relief of the Legations’ 335

Chiswick: Rose's Academy 18; Royal Horticultural Society's Garden at 262

Choral Sunday School 158

Chorlton Union Hospital 358

Christ Church, Victoria Road 140, 144, 368–70, fig. 144, Pls. 140a, c, d, 144a

Christ Scientist, Seventh Church of, Wright's Lane 105, 394

a Christopher, J.C. 261

Church Building Commissioners 408

Church Close 151

Church Court Pl. 32a

Church Index, The 365

Church Lane see kensington Church Street

Church of England Temperance Society 359

Churches and chapels 365–94
-, attendance 367, 394
-, church-building in southern Kensington 365–8; Anglican 365–7, 368–87; other 367–8, 387–94; financing of 365, 366, 367, 368, 370–1, 375, 378, 381–2, 384, 388, 389
-, competition between 366, 368, 370–1, 372, 375, 378, 379–80, 382
-, estate development, place in 151–2, 153, 162, 168, 227, 231, 233
-, iron or temporary 366–7, 371, 378, 380–1, 384
-, planning 367

Cinema (Kensington Odeon) 260–1

Circle Line (formerly Metropolitan Railway, q.v. 322

Circuses 336

Cistern (lead) 19

City and Guilds of London Institute and College 67, 68, 73

City Centre Properties 81

Civil Service Riding Club 129

Clagett, Wiseman 80

Clapham workhouse 358

Claremont Terrace, Abingdon Road see Abingdon Road, Nos. 40–52 (even)

Clarence p.h., Old Brompton Road 205

Clarence Place, Kensington 146

Clarence Villa, Old Brompton Road 202, fig. 87

Clarendon Mews 147

Clarendon Road see Cottesmore Gardens

Clarendon Terrace (Nos. 18 and 20 Stanford Road) 146

Clareville, Old brompton Road 159–60, fig. 64, Pl. 65a

Clareville Grove (area) 160, 396, 398

Clareville Street 160

Clark, Sir James 344

b Clark, Joseph 340–1, 342, 393, 407

a Clark, Sidney C. 222

Clarke, Rev. B.F.L. (quoted 385

a Clarke, G. Somers 373

Clarke, Howard Chatfeild 88

b Clarke, Howard Chatfeild 88

b Clarke, John 30

Clarke: Richard 24; Dr. Samuel 3,100; W. S. (fl. 1881) (quoted) 141; William Stanley (fl. 1812–13) 252, 254

Claxton, Rev. Joseph Dickson 378, 379, 382, 383

c Clayton and Bell 377

a Cleaver, A. W. 92

b Clements, Robert 133

Cleveland, President Grover 332

Cleveland Livery Stables (later Shaftesbury Mews, q.v. 233n.

Cleveland Terrace Gardens (later Sunningdale Gardens, q.v. 233, 233n.

Clifford, Edward 42

Clifton, Lady (fl. 1736–7) 38

a Clifton, E. N., Son and Hope 92

Clifton House, Old Brompton Road 137

Clint, Alfred 49

Clive Villas (Nos. 2–4 Victoria Road) 117, 141

Closing Order (James Street) 52

Cloth Fair (Smithfield) 241, 242

Cluny Mews 318, 319, 371, fig. 121

b Clutterbuck, Benjamin 268

Clutton, Henry 406

Coach and carriage building 47, 260, 262

Coach and Horses p.h. (formerly New Tavern), Kensington High Street 43, 78, 79

Coal depots: District Railway (unbuilt) 333; Midland Railway
-, (London Tara Hotel site) 85, 108, 146, 329, fig. 131, Pl. 3; Midland Railway (West Kensington) 329, 331, fig. 131; West London Extension Railway 244, 268, 282, 286, 287

Cobbe, Frances Power 163

Cobbett: Dick 82; William (and nursery of) 82–3, 100

Coburn, John 298

Cochrane, John George 258

Cock and Beehive p.h., Young Street 47, 78

a Cockerell, S. P. 249, 251

Cocksedge, Joseph 256, 258

Codd: harrison Gordon 21, 22 110; Major Philip 82

Cody, Col. William (Buffalo Bill) 317, 332

Coke, Hon. Henry John 185, 189, 191

Colaba, Bombay 381

Colbeck Mews 184, 185, 205, 210 (No. 10), 213, figs. 82, 88, Pl. 96c (No. 6), e

Colby: Sir Huntingdon 55; Philip (d. 1666) 55; Philip, junior
-, (d. 1692), 3, 55, 110; Thomas, senior (d. 1719) 55, 58, 59; Thomas, junior, later Sir Thomas (d. 1729) 55–6, 58, 59, 110; Thomas, kinsman of Sir Thomas 56; family and estate 3, 55, 56

Colby House, Kensington Road 55, 56, 58–9, 62, 100, 139, figs. 18–20, Pl. 24d

Cole: Sir Henry 102, 164n., 318–19, 320; William 47

Coleherne Arms p.h., Old Brompton Road 317

Coleherne Mansions (Nos. 226–230 (even) Old Brompton Road) 207, 210, 214, Pl. 88b

Colenso, Bishop John William 135, 141

Coleraine, 3rd Baron (Henry, d. 1749) 38

a Coleridge, John and Paul 263

Coles: William 219, 220; family property fig. 95

a Collard, Allan O. 148, 335

a Collbran, William H. 144, 164, 165, 179, 181, 222, 406

College House, Wright's Lane 92

College of Estate Management 22, 143

Collingham Gardens 184–7, 193–5, 200, 204n., 206, 400, 402, 407, figs. 76, 80–2, fold-out drawing between pages 184 and 185, Pls. 79–81, 92
-, No. 1185, 193, fig. 80, Pl. 80c; Nos.2–3 193, Pl. 79c; Nos. 4–5 193, Pls. 79b (No. 5), c (No. 4), 80c; No. 6 193, Pl. 79a, b; No. 7 185, 193, Pls. 79a, b, 85; No. 8 193, fig. 80, Pls. 79a, b, 80c; No. 9 (formerly No. 10) 185, 187, 193–4, fig. 81, Pls. 80a, c, 84c; No. 10 194, Pl. 80a, c; No. 11 194, Pl. 81b; No. 12 194, Pl. 81a, b; No. 12A (formerly No. 13) 194, Pls. 80b, 81a; Nos. 14–16 187 (No. 14), 194, Pl. 81a (No. 14), c (No. 16), d; No. 17 194–5, fig. 80, Pl. 81c; No. 18 195, Pl. 81c; Nos. 19–30 208, 213, 412, Pl. 92

Collingham Place 206, 210, 212, 213, fig. 82

Collingham Road 204, 213, figs. 82, 90. Pl. 90c; Nos. 15–33 (odd)
-, 206, 208 (No. 33), 209, 213, fig. 90 (No. 33), Pl. 90c (No. 25)

Collins, Phoebe 273, 281

b Collins: Thomas 273; William 110, 258, 271, 273, 281

collinson: Eliza 163; Robert 163, 166

b Colls, George 291, 295

Colton, W. R. 262

Colvile spinsters 106

Colville Square 411

Combe, Harvey Christian 11

Combe and Delafield 284

Commercial Bank of London 405

Commercial Road (maternity hospital) 282

Commissioners for Building New Churches 408

a Comper, J. N. 72

Compo see Renderings

Compton: Edward and w. of 307; Fay 307; Henry 147

Compton-Burnett, Ivy 156

Conan Street, Fulham 288

Concert Hall: Iverna Gardens (proposed) 104; Earl's Court Exhibition 332

Concrete 28, 49n., 267, 284, 328, 331, 335, 337, 338, 371, 390, Pl. 134

b Conder, Edward 24

Conduit Close 3, 3n.

Conduitt: Catherine (I and II) 100; John 100, 102

Congregationalism 368, 391

Conservation 51, 212; Conservation Areas 129, 223, 238, 248, 316.

Conservative Club 242

Conservatories 119, 144, 162, 208, 411

Contemporary Review 63

a Continental Marble Company 388

Convent at No. 39 Kensington Square 42

Convent of the Assumption, Kensington Square 9, 26, 27–9, 368, figs. 2, 10, Pl. 9

a Conybeare, Henry 107, 379, 380–1

Conybeare, Rev. W.D. 380

b Cook and Company 354

Cooke, E. W. 142

b Cooke, William 114, 207, 210, 212, 213, 261, 298, 309, 407

b Cooke and Green 172

a Coombe, G. A. 267

Cooper, A. C., and Company 173

Cooper: Antony Ashley (7th Earl of Shaftesbury) 107, 285; Sir Daniel 127

b Cooper, Stephen 281

Coopers Gardens 80 fig. 28

Cope, Isabel and Sir Walter 239

Cope (formerly Emma) Place 115, 116, 274, figs. 36, 100, Pl. 45d
-, North side (Park Terrace, Nos. 1–23 odd) 111, 113, 116, fig. 36, Pl. 45d
-, South side (Nos. 2–26 even) 229–30

Copenhagen (Exchange) 72

a Copland, Henry S. 114

Copper (use of) 372, 373, 376

Coptic Orthodox Church, Allen Street 392–3, fig. 158, Pl. 151e

Copyhold: Commissioners 203; land see under Earl's Court, manor of

COR-10 steel (use of) 116

Corbett, Uvedale 352

b Corbett, William, and McClymont, Alexander 206, 207, 213, 214, 311, 312–13, 317, 399, 400, 403–7 passim, 412

Corbould: Alfred Hitchen 142; Edward Henry 119, 142

Corelli, Marie 303

Cornwall Gardens 131, 145, 151–7, 171, 180, 295, 402, 406, 407, 412, figs. 60–3, Pls. 62–3, 64b, c; see also Stanford Court

Cornwall Gardens Walk 156, fig. 60

Cornwall House, No. 2 Cornwall Mansions 154, fig. 60, Pl. 63

Cornwall mansions, Cornwall Gardens 154, 156, 180, figs. 60, 62–3, Pl. 63

Cornwall Mansions, Kensington Court 68, 70

Cornwall Mews: South 156, 171, 340 393, fig. 60; West 156, fig. 60

Corpe, J. W. 162

Corston Terrace, Earl's Court Road 115–16

Cory, John 103

b Costain, Richard, Ltd. 337.

Copsway, Richard and maria 61

Cottesmore Court, Kelso Place 147, 149

Cottesmore Gardens (formerly Clarendon Road) 142, 143, 148, figs. 54, 59, Pls. 60a, 61c
-, No. 1 143, 147, 148, fig. 59; Nos. 2–5 142, 143 (Nos. 2, 4); Nos. 6 142, 143, 148, 149, Pl. 60a; Nos. 7–13 142, 143, 148 (No. 11); No. 14 142, 143, 149, Pl. 61c; Nos. 15–24 142 (Nos. 15–19), 143, 148 (Nos. 18, 20)

b Couchman, Isaac Thomas 38, 114

b Couling, Leonard 245, 316, 317

b Couness, Richard 261

Counter's Bridge and Creek 239, 241, 242, 268, 322, 322n.

Countessesbrugge 322n.

County Fire Office 405

Court and courtiers 1–4, 5, 6, 13, 25, 26, 32, 43, 46, 78, 79, 101, 102

Courtfield 196; Four acre 196, fig. 84; Great 196, 197, 203, fig. 84; Little 196, 203, fig. 84

Courtfield Gardens 204n., 206, 207, 210, 213, figs. 82–3, Pls. 90b, 96d
-, Individual houses (consec. numbers) 208 (Nos. 60–64), 210
-, (Nos. 68–70), 212 (No. 67), 213, 377 (No. 65), Pls. 90b (Nos. 42–50), 96d (No. 50A); see also St. Jude's Church and vicarage

Courtfield Mews 213, fig. 82

Courtfield (hotel) p.h., Earl's Court Road 221, Pl. 101c

Courtfield (formerly Wortley) Road 168, 172, 182, 206, figs. 68, 72–3
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–12 174, 183
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–13 (Now site of Gloucester Hotel) 175, 178, 182, 338; Nos. 15A–47 170, 178, 208n., figs 72–3; see also Bailey's Hotel; Gloucester Hotel

Courtleigh House, Earl's Court Road 282

Coutts bank 267, 405

Covel, Thomas 110n.

a Covell Matthews Partnership 129

Cox, Rev. Henry and Rev. James 102

a Cox, John 84, 89

Cox, Rev. William 101, 102

Cozens-Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 22

b CPK Construction Ltd. 129

c Crace, J.D. 74

Cracherode, Mr. 44

Craig, Edith and Gordon 303

a Crake: John 33, 34, 34n., 140; William 33

Cramer, Johann Baptist 102

Crampton,Thomas Russell 20

a Crane, C. Howard 108, 337

Cranely Gardens 128, 309, 402, 412

Cranely Mansions,Glucuester Road 165, Pl,69d

Craustoun, 10th Baron 159

c Craske, Oswald 127

Crawford, Virginia

Craven Place, Kensington Road 121, fig, 42

a Craze, Romilly (of Minler and Craze) 367,377

Credit Foncier and Mobilier of England 62, 63, 66

Cremieu-Javal, Paul 334

Cresent, The, Old Brompton Road (now Nos. 1–9 Gledhow Gardens) 207, 213, Pl. 87b

Cressett, James 59, 102

Cresswell Gardens 204

Cresswell Lodge 202

a Cresy, Edward 84

Criket ground 203

Cricklewood (candle manufactory) 82, 83

a Crickmay, G,R.53

Crimean War 286

Cripples' Training College, Stanmore 108

Cripps, Rush Marten 308

Croft: Sir Archer, 2nd Bart. 19, 25; Sir Archer, 3rd Bart. 38

Crompton, R.E.B. (and Company) 69, 75, 191

b Cromwell, Oliver 69

Cromwell Crescent 88, 243,277, 280, 282 287, fig. 105, Pl, 115b
-, Barker's depositories 88, 280, 281, 284; Warwick Mansion 88, 280–1, Pl. 115b; Nos. 1–9 (consec) 287, 288 (No. 9); Nos. 10–17 (consec.) 277, 287 (Nos. 10–13)

‘Cromwell Curve’ 328, 337, 339, 340, 342, figs. 131, 136, Pl. 134

Cromwell Gardens 410

Cromwell Hospitals, Cromwell Road 290, 291, 299

Cromwell House (No. 80 Warwick Road) 283

Cromwell Houses (Nos. 21–35 (odd) Cromwell Road) 412

Cromwell Mansions (Nos. 193–239 (odd) Cromwell Road) 297

Cromwell Road 170–5 passim, 182, 183, 204, 206, 208, 247, 288, 290–7 passim, 337, 339, 342, 380, 400, 402, 406, 411, figs. 68–9, 118, 136, Pls. 70c, 71a b, d, 89c, 116b, c, 117, 118b, c, 134a
-, extension of 168, 288, 289, 402, see also West Cromwell Road; hotels in 182, 338; main route out of London, as 288, 337; occupants and social character 191, 210, 247, 298, 299; purposed redevelopment (1985)182–3
-, Cromwell Hospital 290, 291, 299; Cromwell House
-, (Warwick Road) 283; Cromwell Houses (Nos. 21–35) (odd)) 412; Cromwell Mansions 297; Douglas Mansions 342; Elizabetta Hotel 299; Huntingdon House 245, 297, Pl. 116c; London Forum (formerly London Penta) Hotel 172, 175, 182, 338, Pl. 74b,c; London International Hotel 338; Mary George
-, House 342; Moscow Mansions 297–8, Pl. 116c; St. Patrick's
-, Church see St. Patrick's Church, Kenway Road; Sherborne
-, Court 299; Tower House 290, 299, Pl. 116b
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 90–112 170 (Nos. 104–112), 171–2, 173 (Nos. 104–112), 183, fig 69 (No. 108), Pls. 70c, 71d (Nos. 108–112); No. 114 171, Pl. 70c; Nos. 116–156 342; Nos. 158, 160 295; Nos. 162–178 290; Nos. 180–198 191 (No. 180), 291, 299 (Nos. 180–186), Pls. 116c (Nos. 188–98), 117 (No. 192); Nos. 200–222 (Huntingdon House) 245, 297, Pl. 116c; No. 226 (Tower House) 290, 299, Pl. 116b
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 21–35 (Cromwell House) 412; Nos. 87–95 173, 183, Pl. 70c (No. 95, dem.); Nos. 97–100 174 (No. 103), 174–5, 178, 182, Pl. 71b (Nos. 103–100); Nos. 111–123 174, Pl. 71a (No. 111); Nos. 125–159 212 (No. 147A), 213, Pl. 89c (Nos. 125–129); Nos. 161–169 294, Pl. 118c (Nos. 161–165); No. 171 292; No. 173 291, Pl. 118b; Nos. 175–191; Nos. 193–239 297; Nos. 241–296; No. 255 290, 296m

‘Cromwell Road triangle’ (of underground railways) 328

Cromwells p.h. (formerly) Earl's Court Arms, No. 123 Earl's Court Road) 219, 220, 221

b Crosse, William 20–1

Crowe, Eyre 48

Crown, Property of 32, 33, 35, 36, 40, 41, 85, 88, 89, 92, 93, 95, 103; see also Woods and Forests, Commissioners of

Crown and Thistle p.h., Kensington High Street 78

b Crowshaw, Ambrose 143

Croydon; airport 337; Railway 117

Cubitt, Frederick 150

Cubitt : Willieam, and Company (builders) 127, 129; William (civil engineer) 325

a Cubitt Nichols, Sons and Chuter 314; see also Nichols, Daniel Cubitt

b Cullingford, William Henry 206, 213, 290–1, 296, 297, 403; w. of 297

b Cullingham, Henry 218

Cumberland House, Kensington Road 68, 69–70

b , Stephen Abbott (of Mineard and Cumming and Taylor and Cumming) 105, 106–7, 124–8 passim, 164, 207, 213, 304, 320, 403; family of 320–1.

Cundy, Charles Fishlake 405

a Cundy, Thomas, II 227

a Cundy, Thomas, III : Alexander Estate, work on 170–4 passim; Broadwood Estate, work on 151–4 passim, 406; London and Country Bank, and property of 227; Queen's Gate, work in 410; Stanhope Gardens, work in 412; other ref. 405

‘Cundy's Stoves’346

Curacies, Perpetual, augmentation of 234

Currant-Jelly Hall200

Curtis, William 396

Curzon : (Edward) Cecil 103; Sir Nathaniel, 1st Baron 102; Nathaniel (3rd Lord Scarsdale) 103; William 102; family 102, 103

a Cusdin Burdin and Howitt282

a Cutbush, William 241, 243, 264, 265, 268, 270, 322

a Cutler, T.W. 332

Cutts, John (Baron Cutts of Gowray) 2, 3, 26

Dagnall and Sewell, Messrs.218

Dalrymple-Horn-Elphinstone, Sir James 328

Daniel, John and Robert 146

Daniel O'Connell (Yeats family cat)317

a Daniel Watney Eiloart Inman and Nunn 53

Daniell, Thomas 258

Daniel's Field 168, 196

b Darby, John 219, 220

a Darsa, Henry 116

Darwin: Charles and Mrs. 38; Francis 38

Daubigny, Charles François135

Davenant, George 60

a Davidson, J.G. 149

Davidson, Rev. J.P.F. 380

Davies : Rev. C. Maurice (quoted) 367, 376–7, 379–80, 388, 394; John Ebenezer 18, 19–20; his w. 20

a Davis, Arthur J. 390

b Davis: Joseph Gordon 114; Richard 36

c Davison, Robert 369

Davys, Rev. George 102, 113

b Daw, Charles Adams, and Son 106 124–8 passim, 400, 402, 403, 406; see also Daw, William Adams

b Daw, Nicholas Fabyan 128, 233n.

Daw, Samuel John 106

b Daw, William Adams 124, 127, 128, 404

b Daw, William Bennett 124, 125, 127, 233n.

Daw family 129, 404

a Dawber, E. Guy 274

Dawes, Sir William (Bishop fo Chester, later Archbishop of York) 3

Day: Ann and Benjamin 158; Gerrard and Herbert Allen 164; J. A. 167; James 158, 160–2 passim, 164; James Frapwell 158, 159; Simon 167; estate 158–67 passim, 366, 396, 398, 399, 400, 406, figs. 64–5; family 158, 158n., 167

de Almeida de Portugal, Le Chevalier 316

Dean street (now Great Smith Street), Westminster (workhouse) 347

de Beaubuisson, Peter Guenon 3, 46

Debenham (Debnam), James 26

de Bragelone, Mrs. Claudine 21

de Broglio, Prince Charles Victor 60

Defeau, Mr. 18

de Kantzow, Capt. 356

De Keyser, Sir Polydore 156

Delafield, Joseph 11

De Morgan tiles 72

Denbigh, 8th Earl of 106

Department stores 85–98 passim

Derry, Charles and Christina (née Toms) 89

Derry and Toms 85–91, 92–7, figs. 31–2, Pls. 34b, 35b, 36d, 37, 38a, b, 39a; Kensington Square,and 32, 33, 35; site 30, 40, 78, 80, 82

Derry (formerly King) Street 3, 29, 30, 78, 80, 84, 88, 92, 93, 97, 98, figs. 30–1, Pls, 22b, 34c; No. 197

Derventwater, 3rd Earl of (estates of) 40

a de Segrais, J. J. 54, 137, 150, 167, 315

c de Sziemanowicz, Bron Felix 372, 373

de Theil, Rev. M. 61

de Valois, Dame Ninette 316

Development of Tourism Act (1969) 299, 338

de Vere: Aubrey 239; Robert (6th Earl of Oxford) 78

De Vere Conservation Area 129

De Vere Cottages (formerly Laconia Mews) 126, 128–9, fig. 43, Pls. 48a, b, 49c

De Vere Gardens 56, 106, 121, 124–9, 398, fig. 43, Pl. 47
-, East side (odd numbers)
-, De Vere (House) Hotel 127, 128, fig. 43, Pl. 47b; No. 1 125; No. 3 125; 126; Nos. 15–19 128; Nos. 25, 29 127; No. 37 (De Vere Mansions) 128, fig. 43; Nos. 39–51 (formerly De West side (even numbers)
-, Maisonettes Hotel 128; Nos. 2, 4 125; No. 6 125, 126, 127, 128, fig. 46, Pl. 47a; Nos. 10, 20 127; No. 24 Pl. 47c; No. 28 121, 127, 128; No. 30 125, 127, 128; No. 32 127; No. 34 (De Vere Mansions West) 127, 128, fig. 43; Nos. 38–48 (formerly De Vere Cottage) 128, Pl. 48b; see also De Vere Cottages; Kensington Palace Hotel

De Vere (House) Hotel 127, 128, fig. 43, Pl. 47b

De Vere Mansions (West) 127, 128, fig. 43

De Vere Mews 126, 128–9, fig. 43, Pls. 48c, d, 49a, b, d

a Devey, George 293

de Viny, Comte, François 215

Devon, builders from 403–4

Devonshire, 6the Duke of 262

Devonshire Arms p. H. (No. 37 Marloes Road) 228, 235, Pl. 102a

Devonshire Cottage(s), Stratford Road (Wright's lane) 228, 348

Devonshire Terrace (now Nos. 37–67 (odd) Marloes Road) 228, 234, 238, 343n., fig. 100, Pl. 102a

Dibdin, Thomas Frognal 47

Dickens, Charles (s. of novelist) 172

Dickinson, Goldsworthy Lowes 258

Digby, Kenelm Henry 102

b Dike and Bruton 294

District Line (formerly Metropolitan District Railway, q. v.) 322

District surveyor's office, Warwick Road 287

Dixon, Henry Hall (‘The Druid’) 16, 267

b Dixon, J., (London) Ltd. 262

a Dobb, Mr. (?Henry William) 12

b Dobbins James 135

Dobbs, Archibald Edward 314

Dobson, James 38

Dodd, Eric and Mrs. 182

a Doddington, W. 261

Dodemead, Ann and Walter 158

Dodson, H. P. 333, 334

Doe, William 82

Dollman, Francis W. 143 228–9, 232, 235

a Donaldson, Thomas 146–7, 399

Dorchester (Holy Trinity Church) 381

Dorothy Perkins 96

Douce, Francis 40

b Douglas: John 314; William 206, 207, 208, 213, 294, 295, 314, 400, 403, 404, 406

Douglas, Maj.-Gen. Sir William 21

Douglas Mansions, Cromwell Road 342

b Doultons 72, 187

Douro Place 136, 140, 141–50, fig. 54; Nos. 1–3 (consec.) 141, 150: Nos. 4–12 (consec.) 141; Nos. 13, 14 141, 150; No. 15 141

b Dove Brothers 28, 263, 354, 373

Dove Mews 158, 165, 213

a Dowley, john 242, 268–71 passim, 322, 323, 405, 408

Dowse, Michael 102

a Doyle, F. F. J. H. 157, 275

Doyley, Rev, Dr. Thomas 24

Drake, Benjamin 14, 26

Draper, E. H. 359

Draycott Lodge, Fulham 267

Drayton Gardens (Day estate) 158, 161n., 164

Drayton House, Ealing 117

Drewe, Samuel 56, 117

Drinking-fountain, Marloes Road 359

Druce, William 228

‘Druid, The’ (H. H. Dixon) 16, 267

c Drury, Alfred 128

Drury Lane Theatre 383

Dublin Exhibition (1865) 334

Ducal Hall, Earl's Court Exhibition 335

Duckmanton's Yard 80

Du Court, Marquis 33

Dudfield, Dr. Thomas Orme 356

b Duffield, J. W. 69

a Duke and Simpson 128

Duke of Abercorn p.h. (later Town Hall Tavern), Kensington
-, High Street 78, 85, 89, Pl. 35e

Duke of Cumberland's Head p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Duke of Sussex p. h., Kensington High Street 78, 84, Pl. 33a

Duke's Head p. h., Kensington High Street 78

du Maurier, George 258

Dumisy, Elias 46

Duperron, Capt. 46

Du Plessis, Rose 38

b Durrant, Frederick William 285, 286, 286n.

Durrant, John 355

Durrels House, Warwick Gardens 267

Durward House, Kensington Court 53, 70

Dutch envoy 19

b Dutton: Thomas 133; W. 264

Dyer, Joseph 269

Dyffryn House, South Glamorgan 103, Pl. 41d

Dyson: James 158; family 158

Eagle Brewery, Hampstead Road 228

Eagle Lodge estate 398, 399

Ealing 106, 117, 124; Drayton House 117

Eardley Crescent 316, 317, 333, fig. 121, Pl. 127c

Earl Street (now part of Earl's Court Road, q.v.) 261 n.

b Earl, Thomas 266, 268, 283, 325

Earl's Court (general area or district) 4, 223, 245, 248, 395, 399, 400, 401, 402, 404

Earl's Court, manor of 239, 242, 243, 398
-, copyhold land and tenants of 79, 100, 101, 109, 130, 151, 158, 160, 196, 203, 225, 242, 243, 398; courts, venue of 11, 241; manor house 239, 242, 310n., Pl. 106; steward 30

Earl's Court and Olympia Ltd, 337

Earl's Court Arms p.h. (No. 123 Earl's Court Road) 219, 220, 221

Earl's Court Cottage see Prospect Cottage

Earl's Court Exhibition 247, 290, 317, 321, 328, 331–7, figs. 133–5, Pls. 135–6, 152; Great Wheel 334, 335, Pls. 136a, 152; present building 336–7, fig. 135, Pl. 136b

Earl's Court Farm 215, 239, 241, 276, 300, 316, 398, fig. 104, Pl. 106; farmhouse 239, 241, 310 310n., Pl. 106a

Earl's Court Gardens (formerly Yates Grove and Manor House Road) 223–4, 310, 311, 312, 341, 410, 411, fig. 95, Pls. 97b, c, 101e

Earl's Court General Provision Stores 222

Earl's Court House 196–7, fig. 86, Pl. 86b, c

Earl's Court Lane (now Earl's Court Road, q. v.) 261n.

Earl's Court Lane (path across Earl's Court Farm) 311, 314

Earl's Court Ltd. 336, 337

Earl's Court Lodge (later The Priory and Park House) 27, 200–1, 203, fig. 87, Pl. 86a

Earl's Court Lodge (No. 1 Earl's Court Square) 311

Earl's Court Road (formerly Earl's Court Lane; north of Pembroke road sometime called Earl Street) 110–16 passim, 196, 201–2, 206, 207, 210, 213, 215–30 passim, 233–5 passim, 238, 239, 241, 249, 254, 260, 261–2, 273, 274, 282, 287, 290, 296, 299, 300, 302–4 passim, 309, 310, 311, 314, 344, 395, 396, 412, figs. 36, 82–3, 86–7, 95, 98–9, 100, 104–5, 118, 121, Pls. 43b, 86b, 88a, 95a, 101a, c, d, 102b, 106a, 108b, c, 121a, 126b, c, 127a, 132a, c
-, addresses in 51, 152, 227, 291, 311, 312, 340' breweries, brewhouses and malthouses 215, 217, 218, 219; carriage manufactory (Whitlock's) 260, 262; floor-cloth factory 218; lamp-standards (‘white way’) 310; night-light factory 219; nomenclature 261n.; school 219; sewer 224; wax-bleachers' establishment 218, 219
-, Albion Place 218; Arden House 299; Barclays Bank 223; Beckett (formerlyA Beckett) Place 113, 116; Belmont Court 262, Pl. 108c; Boltons p.h. (formerly Bolton) 314, Pl. 127a; Brompton and Knightsbridge Electric Supply Company 9and Brompton Restaurant) 310, Pl. 126b; Carriage Lodge 262; Corston terrace 115–16; Courtfield (Hotel) p.h. 221, Pl. 101c; Courtleigh House 282; Cromwells p.h. (formerly Earl's Court Arms, No. 123) 219, 220, 221; Earl's Court Terrace (Nos. 67–95) 229, 230, 233, 234, 286n., 291, Pl. 102b; Factory (later Salt Box) Row 218; farmhouse (Earl's Court Farm) 239, 241, 310, 310n., Pl. 106a; Foxley (later Landsdowne) Terrace (Nos. 47–65) 228, 229, 233; garage (on site of Nos. 27–33) 113, 116; Golly's garage 296n., Pl. 121a; Griffe Court 262; Hanson Cab p.h. (formerly Pembroke Arms) 269, 273; Hardwick's Rents (‘New Buildings’) 215, 218; John's Terrace 220; Kensington Police Station 262; Lansdowne (formerlyFoxley) Terrace (Nos. 47–65) 228, 229, 233; Lodge, The 273; Lyons Corner House 115–16; Manor House 239, 241, Pl. 106; Mansions, the 206, 207, 210, 213, Pl. 95a; Melbourne Villa (No. 124) 282, 340; National Westminister (formerly London and county) bank (Nos. 195–201) 222, fig. 99; Park House (Y.W.C.A.) 201, 213; Pembroke Arms p.h. (now hansom Cab) 269, 273; Pembroke Terrace (Nos. 98–108) 273, 274 (No. 108); Post Office 222; Post Office Sorting office 260, 262; Prince of Teck p.h. 219, 220,221–2, fig. 98, Pl. 101d; Princess Victoria p.h. 110–11, Pl 43b; Rassell's Nursery 273–4; Rich Lodge 311,314; Salt Box )formerly Factory) Row 218; Star and Garter tavern 78, 110, 115; Star Brewery (and Tap) 218, 219; Terrace, The 197, 215, 223 (No. 2), fig. 86; Wattsfield Terrace (Nos. 35–45) 229, 229n., 230, 234–5; Weardale Villas 282; West Cromwell Gardens 287; Wetherby Terrace (Nos. 229–239) 207, 213, Pl. 88a; White Hart tavern 215, Pl. 97a; Whitlock House 262; Y.W.C.A. (Park Hosue) 201, 213; York mansions 207, 210, 213, 309, Pl. 95a
-, see also Earl's Court House; Earl's Court Lodge (later The Prior and Park House); Earl's Court Station; Prospect Cottage; St. Philip's Church; Walton House and Lodge
-, East side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–7 (dem. 115–16; Nos. 1–9 (proposed development) 116; Nos. 21–23 115; No. 25 (Princess Victoria p.h.) 110–11, Pl. 43b; Nos. 27–33 9formerly A Beckett or Beckett Place, dem.) 113, 116; Nos. 35–45 229, 229n., 230, 234–5; Nos. 47–65 228, 229, 233; Nos. 67–95 (formerly Earl's Court Terrace) 229, 230, 233, 234, 286n., 291 (No. 69), Pl 102b; Nos.97–105 (formerly 97–109) 290; No. 107 (Arden House) 299; Nos. 111–115 (dem.) 220, 294; Nos. 117–119 (dem.) 222; No. 121 219, 220; No. 123 (Cromwells p.h., formerly Earl's Court Arms) 219, 220, 221; Nos. 125–139 221; Nos. 141–145 222; Nos. 147–159 220; No. 161 (Prince of Teck p.h.) 219, 220, 221–2, fig. 98, pl. 101d; Nos. 163–179 220; Nos. 181–185 222; No. 187 (Courtfield (Hotel) p.h.) 221, Pl. 101c; Nos. 189–193 (dem.) 221; Nos. 189–193 (Barclays Bank) 223; Nos. 195–201 (National Westminster Bank) 222, fig. 99; Nos. 203–211 206, 213, Pl 101a; No. 227 (Park House, Y.W.C.A.) 201, 213; No. 229, 213; Nos. 231–239 207, 213, Pl. 88a.
-, West side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–18 (dem.) 261, Pl. 108b; No. 6 (Whitlock House) 262; No. 12 (Carriage House) 262; No. 38 (Griffe Court) 262; Nos. 40–52 261, Pl. 108c; Nos. 54–56 (Belmont Court) 262, Pl. 108c; No. 74 274; No. 80 (formerly No. 60) 273; No. 84 (Hansom Cab p.h., formerly Pembroke Arms) 269, 273; Nos. 88–92 274; Nos. 94–108 273, 274 (No. 108); Nos. 124–126 (dem., formerly Nos. 84–86) 282, 340; No. 126 (Courtleigh House) 282; Nos. 130–138 287; Nos. 150–168 302; Nos. 188–214 304; Nos. 240–242 310; Nos. 246–264 310; Nos. 266–278 309; Nos. 280–288 152 (No. 288), 311; Nos. 292–302 300, 311, 312 (No. 296), Pl. 126c; Nos. 304–322 314

Earl's Court Square 245 245, 247, 248, 300, 309, 310, 311–6, 400, 401, 405, 407, 410, figs. 121, 126–7, Pls. 123c, 124–5, 126c

Earl's Court Station 203, 220, 300, 329, 331, 402, Pls. 132, 133a, b

Earl's Court Terrace, Earl's Court Road see under Earl's Court Road

Earl's Court Terrace, Kenway see Kenway Road, Nos. 35–71

Earl's Court Village 215–23, figs, 95–6

Earl's Court Village Conservation Area 223

Earl's Terrace 241, 249–60 passim, 410, figs. 105–7, 109, Pl. 107

Earl's Walk 262, 268, 274, fig. 105

c Earp, Thomas 28, 377, 387, 388

East Acton Manor House 251

East India Company 34

Eastlake, Charles (quoted) 388

c Easton, Hugh 373

b Easton, J. 53

Eaton's academy, Tower Street 18

Ebden, Richard P. 37

Ecclesiastical Commissioners 234, 365, 366, 375, 378, 387

Echo , The 63

Edgecumbe, Lady Ann 22

Edinburgh Terrace see Victoria Road, Nos. 3–21

a Edis, R. W. 208, 208n., 214

Edison, John 18

Edward VII (as Prince of Wales) 332

Edwardes: Edward Henry 239; Elizabeth (née Rich) 239; Elizabeth (née Warren) 239; Francis 239; William (d. 1801) see Kensington, 1st Baron; William (d. 1852) see Kensington, 2nd Baron; William (d. 1872) seeKensington, 3rd Baron; William (d. 1896) see Kensington, 4th Baron; William (d. 1900) see Kensington, 5th Baron

Edwardes estate 239–322, 331, 339, 349, 396–402 passim, 406, figs 104–5, 118, 121, Pls. 106–27

Edwardes Place (originally Elderton Row) 252, 257, 258, fig. 105, Pl. 107c

Edwardes Road (now Cromwell Crescent, q.v.) 287

Edwardes Square 241, 249–60, 410, 413, figs. 106, 108, 109, Pls. 109, 110a, c
-, Carlyle's description of 257; garden, and lawsuit concerning 251, 258–60, Pl. 110a; Napoleonic legend concerning 249; residents 258, 261, 271, 392; Scarsdale Arms p.h. 271, 273, Pl. 110c; social character in 1881 247; south side (now South Edwardes Square) 251, 256, 257, 258, 259, 271

Edwardes Square Act (1819) 258–9, 260

Edwardes Square Garden Committee 259, 260

Edwardes Square Protection Bill (1904) 259

Edwardes Terrace (now Nos. 343–353 (odd) Kensington High Street) 257, 262, 265, fig. 105, Pl. 107a

a Edwards, A Trystan 150

b Edwards, Daniel 142

a Edwards, George 221, 222, 224, 341

Edwards: Gerard Anne 56, 110; Gerard Noel see Noel, Gerard Noel; John 43; Mary 56, 60, 110

b Edwards, Robert 72

Edwards (later Noel) family 121

Edward's Hotel 43

Edwin, Sir Humphrey 2, 102

Egerton, Henrietta 56, 59, 110

Egerton Crescent 396, 406, 410

Egerton Gardens 400, 412

Egerton Place 405, 407

Egerton Terrace 396

Eight Bells p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Elderton Row see Edwardes Place

Eldon Lodge (No. 52 Victoria Road) 119, 142, Pls. 59b, 61b

Eldon Road 56, 136, 143–5, 147, 149, 150, 411, figs. 54, 56, Pls. 56a, 57; see also Christ Church, Victoria Road

Electric Lighting Acts (1882 and 1888) 75

Electricity: conductors 197n.; cooking by 310; generating
-, stations 75; lifts 128; lighting 68, 75, 104, 128, 181, 191, 319, 361, 408; sub-station 75; supply 75, 191, 310

Elfer, Arpad

Elgar, Sir Edward 299

Elger, John 152

Eliot: Lord (later 4th Earl of St. Germans) 380; T. S. 213, 342

Elizabetta Hotel, Cromwell Road 299

Ellerman, Sir John 246

Ellington, Edward Bayzand 75

Ellington and Woodall 75

c Elliot and Company 127n.

a Elliott, J. Innes 262, 321

c Ellis and Rice 187, 194

a Ellison, C. O. 394

Elm Place 398, 410

Elmore, Alfred 143

Elphinstone, James 60

b Elsdon, William 127, 128

c Elsey, Thomas, Ltd. 127n.

b Elton, Hiram 286n.

Elvaston Place 375

a Elwell, G. L. 148

Emma Place see Cope Place

Emma Silver Mine, Utah 63

b Emmett, Stephen 6, 24

Emperor's Gate 328, 339–42, 407, 412, figs. 136–8, Pls. 128a, 129b–d; see also Russian Orthodox Church

‘Empire of India Exhibiton’ 335

Empress Hall (formerly Theatre) 335, 336, 337, 361, fig. 134, Pl. 135b

Endsleigh Gardens, St. Pancras 260

English Congregational Church Building Society 391

English Presbyterians 293

English Property Corporation 98

Ennismore Gardens 152; Bolney House 24

Erard: Madame (w. of Pierre) 280, Pierre 277, 280; Sébastien 277

Erard, Messrs. S. and P. 277, 280; piano and harp factory of 243, 277–80, 281, 286, fig. 116

a Eradi, Louis 92

Erne, 5th Earl of 41

Ernest George and Peto see George, Ernest, and Peto

Esmond Court, Thackeray Street 16, 18n., 20, 53

Essex Villas, Campden Hill (No. 4) 137

a Estall, G. 222

Estate surveyors, role of 406

Estates Improvement Company, The 405–6

b Estcourt, Albert 72

Euston Crescent, St. Pancras 252

Evans: Mrs. Anne 22; Messrs. D.H. 149, 182; Mrs. Sarah 20-1; Rev. T. S. 34

a Eves: George 112, 114, 116, William Lionel 112, 116

Exchange, Copenhagen 72

Exhibition of 1851 (Great Exhibition) 80, 121, 244, 285, 396; Commissioners for, and their estate 328, 396, 398, 399, 401, 411

Exhibition Road (City and Guilds College) 68

Exhibitions (Earl's Court) 332–7

Exmouth, 3rd Viscound 120

Eyre, Sir Robert 3

a Faber, Oscar 394

Factories and workshops 47, 81–2, 218, 219, 260, 262, 277–80, fig.116; see also Trades and industries

b Fairclough 262

Fairland, Thomas 273

b Fairweather, H., and Company 299, 317

c Falcon, Mrs., and daughters 373

Falkland House, Marloes Road 108

Family Housing Association 283, 288

a Farebrother Ellis and Company 331, 332

Farm buildings and houses 158, 196, 200, 239, 241, 310, 310n., Pl. 106

b Farmer, James 145

c Farmer, William 383

c Farmer and Brindley 72, 127n.

b Farmilo, David 219

Farnell Mews 312

Farnell Road (poroposed) 312

Farrer, Ouvry 405

a Farrington Dennys Fisher 108

Farthing, Robert 110

a Faulkner, Amos 109, 407

b Faulkner, James 202

Faulkner, Thomas (cited or quoted) 55, 58, 59, 78, 82, 239, 254

a Fawcett, John 324

Felday House see Young Street, Nos. 25

Fell, Bryan II

Fenelon Place (formerly Shaftesbury Road) 285, 286, 287, 288, figs. 105, 117, Pl. 115a

Fenelon Road (formerly Alma Road, now part of West Cromwell Road) 249, 286, 288, fig. 105; Royal Arms p.h. 286

a Fenn, H. Theodore 114

Fenn, Sir Robert and Robert 225

b Ferguson, Thomas 133

a Ferrers, 11th Earl (Walter Knight Shirley) 140, 148

a Ferrey, Benjamin 368, 369

b Ferris, Richard 133

Ferris Wheel, Chicago 334, 335

a Ferry, Edmund B. 369

Fidelity Trust Ltd. 393

a Field, Petherbridge and Partners 222

Fielding: Charles 36; his w., Elizabeth 36

a Fielding, Ronald, Partnership 146

a Figgis, T. Phillips 53, 359

Finborough Road 409

Finch: Charles H. M. 61; William C. 61, 62

Finch-Hatton, George Stormont (13th Earl of Winchilsea and Nottingham) 37

Findlater, Countess(w. of 6th Earl) 101

Fire and measures against 88, 181, 207, 291, 348

Fire stations 84, 88, Pl. 34c

Fire-escape contractor 219

Fireplace suppliers 179

Fisher, Alex 262

c Fisher, Alfred R. 384

Fisher, Robert 229n.

a Fitt and Prior-Hale 262

FitzEdwardes, Jane 244

a Fitzroy Robinson Partnership 98

Five Bells p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Flack, Rev. G. Sutton 385

Flats 76, 104, 114, 128, 136, 182, 204, 210, 222, 247, 297, 298, 307, 313, 342, 400-1, 405, 412, figs. 103, 136, Pls. 29a–c, 44c, 45a, 53b, 60c, 69c, d, 95, 105b, c, 115b, 122b, 123c
-, instances: begun 1870s 125, 222; 1880–9 47, 51, 114, 116, 128, 147, 165, 181, 206–7, 210, 222, 296–7, 309, 320–1, Pls. 69c, d, 95a, 122b; 1890–9 103, 104, 104–5, 108, 116, 147–8, 206, 235, 297–8, 314, Pls. 29a–c, 44c, 60c, 95b, 123c; 1900–19 42, 115, 116, 135–6, 148, 235, 138, figs. 103, 136, Pls. 45a, 53b, 105c, 115b; 1920–9 114, 128, 267; 1930–9 53, 108, 147, 149, 157, 261, 274, 277, 315; 1950–9 167, 182, 299, 309, 317, 321; 1960–9 282, 299, 316; 1960–9 114, 146, 267, 282, 284, 288, 299; conversions 44, 120, 128, 156, 166, 167, 210, 247, 288, 297, 309, 316, 321, 342

‘Flavin amphitheatrersquo; 333

a Flaxman, P. W. 47

Fleet Prison (prisoners in) 8, 249

Fleet Street (No. 33) 137

Fleischmann, Frederick 194

a Fletcher, Banister, and Sons 81

a Flinder, Alexander 167

a Flint: Ernest 360–1; W. G. 51

a Flockhart, William 74

Floor-cloth makers 218

a Florence, H. L. 266

a Flower, Arthur and Henry 227

Flue-arches (Wetherby Gardens) 208

Flying bombs 116, 321, 363–4

b Foale, William 261

b Focus 4 Construction Ltd. 129

Foley, Fr. James 387, 387n., 388

b Foley and Company 314

b Follett, William 222; Property of fig. 96

Folliott, 3rd Baron 38

c Fonderia Artistica (Turin) 373

c Fontana, Giovanni 66

Foot, Jesse 197n.

Fopstone Road see Nevern Place

Forbes: Mr. (manager of Pontings) 91; James Staats 328, 332, 401

Ford, Henry Justice 258

a Ford, H. W. 331

b Ford, William 13

b Ford and Walton 81, 222

Forrest: Rev. R. W. 375, 376, 377, 378n.; Richard 121

Forrest House, Kensington Road 121, 125–6

b Forster, William 232n., 233n.

Forum Hotel, Cromwell Road see London Forum

Foscolo, Ugo 258

b Foster, John 286n.

Foster, John Thomas 343, 348

b Foster, William 103n.

Foulkes, Evan 242

Foundling Hospital estate, Bloomsbury 251

Four Acre Courtfield 196, fig. 84

Fourmy, Peter 18

Fowler, Charles, the younger 119

a Fowler, John 85, 327, 328

Fowler p.h., Young Street 47, 78

Fowles, Mr. 36

a Fowles, A. J. 36

Fox: Henry (1st Baron Holland) 239; John 36

Foxley Road (now Scarsdale Villas, q.v.) 316

Foxley Terrace see under Earl's Court Road

c Frampton: Edward 377; George 72

France, Eliza and John Frederick 354

Franchise, electoral 218

b Francis: Messrs. 291; E. 221, 224, 309, 311–13, 314, 317, 405

Frankfort, Henri 222

Franklin stove 82n.

Fraser, Lieut-Gen. Sir John 102

b Freake, Sire Charles James 20, 309, 328, 296, 399, 402, 403, 405, 406, 407, 411, 412

Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales 4

Freehold Improvements Ltd. 149

Freeman, Charles 218

‘French Africans’ 332

French Exhibition (1890) 332

French inhabitants 43, 46, 60–1

b Frewing, Joseph 206, 207, 213, 214

a Freyberg, Herbert 342

Freyssinet (pre-stressed concrete) 337

Frindsbury 264

Frith, Richard 5

Frost, Rev. George 35n., 36, 254

Froude, J. A. 189

b Frow, Jackson 229n.

Fry, Maxwell 112

Fulham 322, 331, 343, 360, 361, 401, 402; Draycott Lodge 267; Kensington Hall 356

Fulham Road 395, 402

Fulwood, —8

Furber, Robert 121

b Furnass, Thomas and Henry 317

a Gage, Charles H. 390

Gainsborough, 6th Earl of 56

Gainsborough estates 56, 110

b Gait, Farnham and James 206, 207, 213

a Gale, Gotch and Leighton 262

b Gale, Robert 151, 152, 156

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Milan 63

Galton, Douglas 350

Gambardella, Spiridone 135

Games and recreation, use of unbuilt land for 398; cricket 203; equestrianism 121–3; tennis 147, 167, 206

Garages and filling stations 53, 54, 113, 116, 173, 287, 296n., Pl. 121a

Garages (private) 51, 54

Garden House (No. 1 Cromwall Mansions) 154, 156, 180, figs. 60, 62–3, Pl. 63

Garden Lodge, Logan Place 282, Pl. 116a

Gardeners Buildings 80, 84, Pl. 32b

‘Gardens’ (type of layout, discussed) 410–11 Gardens
-, communal 410–11; instances of 6, 68, 104, 105, 157, 162, 164, 167, 170, 171, 174, 175, 184, 185, 204, 289, 304, 305–6, 309, 318, Pls. 64b, 74b, 94c; Edwardes Squares garden 251, 248–60, Pl. 110a; Pembroke Square garden 273–4; Kensington Workhouse garden 346
-, private 411; instances of 14, 19, 29, 33, 38, 39, 40, 42, 43, 49, 60, 63, 66, 99, 162, 164, 165, 170, 181, 197, 233
-, roof (Derry and Toms) 93, 96, fig. 32
-, (Royal) Horticultural Society's 220, 262
-, water-garden 235

c Gardner, J. Starkie (and Company) 96, 187, 191, 372, 373

Gardnor, John 18, 19

Garibaldi Stables, Warwick Road 285

Garibaldi Villa, (No. 35 Pembroke Gardens) 266, 274, 275, 285, fig.112

a Garland, R. 261

a Garnham, Derek 264

a Garrard, Arthur 69

Gas: cooking by 75; heating 75, 357; lighting 35, 349; street
-, lighting 173, 224, 259; supply 68, 291, 304

Gas, Light and Coke Company's premises, Kensington High Street 81, Pl. 30b

Gaspar Close 213, fig. 82

Gaspar Mews 210, 213, fig. 82, Pl. 96d

Gates, Sarah 269, 270

Gathorne-Hardy, Gathorne 350

Gawthorne, John 36

Gayer, Lady Christiana (w. of Sir Robert) 102

c Geldart, Rev. Ernest 372, 373, 375

Geldermasum, M. (Dutch envoy) 19

George 12

George 11 1, 4

George, Prince (of Denmark) 3, 43

a George, Bernard 40, 46, 92, 93, 95–8 passim

a George, Ernest 179, 185, 205, 206, 208, 213, 407; see also George, Ernest, and Peto

a George, Ernest, and Peto 184–95 Passim, 402, 412; style of 184

Gerard, Sir Robert 106

German (now Queen's) Chapel, St. James's 25

German Exhibition (1891) 332

German (tableau) 332

Gerrard Street, Soho 5, 25

a Gibbins, Mr. 34

a Gibbob, William Jacomb 357

Gibbons, Grinling 6

a Gibbons, J. Harold 372, 373, 375, 380

c Gibbs, Mr. (?Alexander) 175

Gibbs, James 242

b Gibbs, John Floyd 179, 180, 181, 182, 294

Gibbs, Thomas 396

b Gibbs and Canning 73

Gibbons and Flew 288

c Gibbs and Moore 377

Giberne, Edgar 40

b Gibson, John 13

a Gibson: John 332; John, junior 63, 66

Gielgud: Frank and (Sir) John 213, 314; Val 314

Gigantic Wheel and Recreation Towers Company Ltd. 335

c Gilbert, Walter 96

Gilbert, William Schwenk 185, 187, 189, 191

Gilbey: Ann Sarah (née Barker) and Tresham 87; family 87

b Gildawie, Thomas 103n.

Gilles, Miss Mary 36

a Gill, C. Lovett, and Partners 29, 32; see also Richardson and Gill

Gilston Road 411

Girouard, Mark (quoted) 67

Gladstone, W. E. 303, 332; his w. 303

Glass, coloured, painted or stained: in churches 367, 369, 372, 373, 383, 384, 385, 387, 389, 392; in houses 22, 127, 142, 148, 175, 181, 187, 189, 191, 193; Old German 194

Glassels, Kincardineshire 100

Gledhow Gardens 204, 213, fig. 82; Nos. 1–9 207, 213, Pl. 87b
-, (Nos. 7–9); Nos. 10–7 207, 213; Nos. 18–31 206, 208, 210, 213, Pl. 94c (Nos. 18–23)

Gledhow Terrace (now Nos. 148–176 (even) Old Brompton Road) 214

Globe and Rocket p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Globe Insurance Company 241, 242

Gloucester Arms p.h., Gloucester Road 133

Gloucester Cottage Cornwall Gardens 156

Gloucester Gardens (proposed name) 152

Gloucester Hotel, Harrington Gardens 182, 338

Gloucester Lodge, Gloucester Road 410

Gloucester Mansions, Gloucester Road 180–1

Gloucester p.h., Gloucester Road 133

Gloucester Road (formerly Hogmire or Hogmore Lane) 130–3
-, passim, 135, 151, 152, 158, 170, 171, 183, 343, 345, 408, figs.
-, 47, 60, 68, Pls. 50a, c, 62a, 69d, 70b, 71c, 74a, 134b
-, East side (odd numbers)
-, Gloucester Lodge 410; temporary church for St. Stephen's
-, 384; No. 25 (Harrington Hotel) 181
-, West Side (even numbers)
-, Cranley Mansions 165, Pl. 69d; Gloucester Arms (formerly Gloucester) p.h. (N0. 34) 133; Gloucester Mansions 180–1; Gloucester Terrace see Nos. 2–34; St. George's Court 135–6, fig.53; St. George's Terrace see Nos. 36–72
-, Nos. 2–34 (Gloucester Terrace) 132–3, 135, 232n., 233n., Pl. 50a; Nos. 36–72 (formerly St. George's Terrace, now mostly replaced by St. George's Court) 130, 132–3, 135, Pl. 50c (Nos. 36–40); Nos. 96–102 152; Nos; 104–110 171, Pl. 70b (No. 110); No. 114(formerly No. 74) 171, 173; Nos. 118–126 170, 172, 173, Pl. 71c; Nos. 144–152 178, 181 (Nos. 150, 152), 182; Nos. 154–156 180–1; No. 160 165, Pl 69d
-, see alsoBailey's Hotel; Gloucester Road Station; Hereford Square; St. Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road

Gloucester Road Station (originally Brompton: Gloucester Road) 85, 168, 172, 183, 327, 329, 337, 340 (accident at), 402, fig. 68, Pls. 131a, 134a

Gloucester Terrace see Gloucester Road, Nos. 2–34

b Glover,— 258

Glover, William 165

Glyn, Rev. Edward Carr 355

a GMW Partnership 98

b Goad, Messrs. 372, 372n.

Goat p.h., Kensington High Street 78, 79, 81, Pl. 30a

b Godbolt, George 232

b Goddard, William 271

b Goddard and Sons 235

b Godwin, — (of Lagwardine Tile Works) 355

a Godwin: George (junior) 140, 204, 205, 207, 221, 311, 312, 317, 367, 375, 376, 378, 378n., 406, 409; Henry 204, 205, 207, 208, 221, 224, 295, 311, 312, 317, 367, 375, 376, 377, 378, 406

Gold, Judge (later Sir Henry) 37

a Goldie: Edward (and Son) 16, 29, 389; George 16, 22, 27, 28, 29, 106, 331, 387, 389, Joseph 116, 389; see also Goldie and Child

a Goldie and Child (later Goldie, Child and Goldie) 12, 16, 22, 28, 29, 389

Goldingham: Edward Thomas 231, 232, 232n., 233, 234, 392, 404, property of fig. 100; Herbert George 105, 232; John 232

Goldring, William 332

a Gollins, Melvin and Partners 307

Golly's Garage, Earl's Court Road 296n., Pl. 121a

Gooch, Thomas 269, 270, 271, 405

b Good, Edward 229

Good, John Pattern, his w. and family 117

b Goodacre, Samuel 229

Goodge, Frank and Samuel 137

Goodhart-Rendel, H. S. (quoted) 384

a Goodman and Mann 81

Goodwin, Nicholas 48

a Goodwin and Tatum 98

Gordon, Archibald 153

Gore Lane 395

Gore-Brown, Col. Sir Thomas 14

‘Gorgonzola, London’ 103

Gostling, Nathaniel 197

a Gotch, Laurence, and Partners 128

Gothic style, H. Conybeare and 381, 412

Gottheimer, Albert see Grant, Baron Albert

Gotto, Edward 80

a Gough, Hugh Roumieu 221, 370, 371, 372, 373, 385

a Gowan, James 182

Graham, Anderson, Probst and White 93

b Graham, W. 219

Grahame, Kenneth 268

Granada Cathedral, Capilla Real 373

Grand Junction Canal 322, 323

Grand Metropolitan Hotels 182

Grand National (Batty's) Hippodrome 121–3, 398, fig. 44

b Grange, Thomas 303–4, 307, 309–10, 311

a Granger, W. F. (of Leathart and Granger) 260–1

Granite (for porch-columns) 179; see also under Stone and stonework

Grant (formerly Gottheimer), Baron Albert 12, 62–3, 66–7, 69, 80, 81, 409

Grant Brothers and Company (formerly Albert Grant and Company, previously Albert Gottheimer and Company) 62, 63, 67

Grantham, Justice (Thomas) 32

a Graves, Walter 128, 170, 175, 178, 208, 208n., 214, 245, 305, 306

a Gray, Charles 152

Gray, Sir James, Bart. 25, 44

b Gray, James William 230–1

Gray, R. B. 93

a Graydon, James Weir 335

Graydon Wheel see Great Wheel

Great Courtfield 196, 197, 203, fig. 84

Great Exhibition see Exhibition of 1851

Great Marlborough Street, No. 18(Erards’ showrooms) 277, 280

Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway 329; see also Piccadilly Lane

Great Pulteney Street (Broadwood firm in) 151

Great Smith Street, Westminster 347

Great Western Railway Company 324, 325, 326

Great Wheel: Earl's Court 334, 335, Pls. 136a, 152; Paris 335; Vienna 335

Greater London Council 72, 288

Green, Alice (Stopford) 21

a Green, Arthur C. 258

Green: James 256: John Edmund 228; Rev. John Richard 21

a Green, Leslie W. 329

Green, Randell and Company 228

a Green, W. J. 51

b Green, William 233, 233n.

Green Man p.h., Kensington High Street 78, 81

Green: Harry Plunket 40; John 196, 197, 225; mother and brother of John 196; family 196, 197, 215, 225

Greenville Mews seeAshburn Mews

Greeville Place (north of Cromwell Road now Grenville Place, south of Cromwell Road now Ashburn Place, qq.v.) 171, 172, 340

b Gregory, George 220, 290, 291–2, 294

Gregory, John 36

c Gregory son of Demetrios 72

b Greig, A. M. and R. 230, 233n., 392

b Greig, Thomas 104, 105

Grenville Mews 175, 181, fig. 68, Pl. 96b

Grenville (formerly Greenville) Place 151, 171, 340, 342, 411, figs. 68, 136, Pls. 70a, 128b, 129a; Nos. 1–9 340, 342 (Nos. 6 and 9), Pls. 128b (No.6), 129a (Nos. 5–7); Nos. 10–16 171, Pl. 70a (Nos. 10–15); No. 17A 182

Gresham Life Assurance Society 297

c Grew, Thomas 389

Grey, 2nd Earl (quoted) 249

Greyhound, The, p.h., Kensington Square 11–12, 47, 49, Pl. 8a

Gribble, Herbert 367

Griffe, Madam 262

Griffe Court (No. 38 Earl's Court Road) 262

Griffin p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Grim's Dyke, Harrow Weald 191

Grimwood: Daniel, senior 56, 121, 396; Daniel junior 121; John
-, Desse 121, 123; Juan 123; Nathaniel 121; Ramon 123–4; family 123–4, 398

a Grinling and Crisp 81

Grisi, Carlotta and Giulia 140

Grissell and Peto 410

a Gritten, William Richard 347

c Grossé Louis 389

Grosvenor Street, Mayfair (No. 69) 245

Ground rents: per acre 121, 161, 241, 245, 249, 300, 303, 304, 316, 399, 400; per foot frontage 264; total 125, 135, 164; see also Improved ground rents

Grotto 78

Grove: Thomas and his s. 26; family 26, 80

a Grover, John, and Son 70

Grymwade, Joseph 5

Guardians of the Poor see Kensington Board of Guardians

Guazzaroni, Dr. John Belgrave 351

Guilds (for decoration): Art Workers’ 148; of St. Joseph 372, 373; of St. Margaret 372, 375; of St. Oswald 373; of St. Peter 372, 373

Guinea-pigs 361, 363

Guinness, Edward (Baron, later 1st Earl of, Iveagh) 246, 281, 373

Gulbenkian: Calouste 389, 390; Dirouki 389

Gunter: Mrs. 221; Anne and Caroline 139; James 182, 100, 196, 200, 201, 202, 203, 215; James II (brother of Robert II) 203, 207, 212, 213, 214, 220, 328, 375, 377, 402; Robert I 196, 197, 203, 220, 324, 343, 345, 347; Robert II (Sir Robert Guner, Bart., brother of James II) 168, 185, 196, 197, 200, 201, 203, 206, 207, 212, 214, 220, 289, 294, 328, 375, 377, 378, 402; family 200, 398, 399, 404

Gunter estate 164, 174, 175, 179, 184, 185, 196–214, 224, 295, 311, 312, 317, 366, 397, 398, 399, 400, 403, 404, 406, 407, figs. 76–96, Pls. 79–81, 84c, 85–7, 88b, c, 89–95, 96a, c-e

a Gunton and Gunton 258

Guy, Henry 196, 197

Gwyer, Sir Maurice Linford 49

a Gwyther, W. W. 69

Gye, Ernest 201

a Habershon, Edward (of Habershon and Brock) 341, 407

Haileybury (East India Company College) 34

Haines, Rev. Samuel Charles 367, 368, 378–80 passim, 381, 382

Haines’ Buildings 27

Haistwell, Edward 102

a Hakewill, John Henry 378, 379

Halford, Constance 282

b Halksworth, William 141

Hall: Anna Maria (née Fielding) 159; Baron Parkinson and Barton Robert 12

a Hall, Charles R. Guy 47, 258, 298

b Hall: Edmund 80; James 244, 267, 281, 405

Hall, John 30, 32, 37, 42, 99

a Hall, L. W. 275

Hall: Samuel Carter 159; Thomas 46

a Halley, John 313, 314

Hall's Court, Kensington High Street 80

Halsec, Philip 78

Halvergate, Norfolk 292

Hamilton: 4th Duke of 2; Lord Anne 110

a Hamilton, Ian 213

Hamilton, Sir Robert 25

Hammersmith: poor of 343, 361; theological seminary 387

Hammersmith and City Raiway 326, 401

Hammersmith Boadway Station 326

Hammersmith Road (now part of Kensington High Street, q.v.) 239, 263

b Hammond, B. A. T. 214

Hammond, Benjamin 116

Hampton, Herbert 148

Hampton Court Bridge 111

b Hamston, Jonathan 12, 18, 32, 42, 53, 137, 139

Hamston Mansions, Kensington Court Place 137, 148, Pl. 53b

Hance, Diana 40

Hancock, William 283

b Handby, William 283

a Handcock, Ralph 96

a Handford, Nicholas 217

Hand-in-Hand Company 37, 38, 40

b Handyside and Company 335

a Hanna and Manwaring 299

Hannay, Robert 193

Hans Road 407, 413 (Nos. 14 and 16)

Hansom, Joseph Stanislaus 353

Hansom Cab p.h. (formerly Pembroke Arms), Pembroke Square 269, 273

Hanson, John 197, 201

Hanwell, Middlesex 106

Hanwell: Thomas 80; William 30

Hardiman, Serjeant 102

Harding: Rev. A. G. H. 381; Arthur Ryle 189; Henry 45; (Sir)
-, Robert Palmer (of Harding, Whinney and Company) 184, 187, 189

Harding, Whinney and Company see Harding, Robert Palmer

c Hardman, (John, d. 1867, firm of ) 389

c Hardman, John, Studios (Birmingham) 338

Hardresse, Mrs. 43

Hardwick: Benjamin (of Hardwick and Jones) 312; John 218, fig. 95 (property of); P. C. 124; Sarah 48; Thomas 45, 48

Hardwick's Rents, Earl's Court Road 218

Hare, Augustus (quoted) 66

Haroldstone Road see Templeton Place

Harp p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Harrington family estate 328

Harrington Gardens 72, 170, 175, 182, 206, 208, 402, 407, figs. 68, 75, 82–3, Pls. 73d, 75–9, 91c, d, 93d
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 4–16 178, 179–80, 182, 208; No. 18 178, 182; Nos. 20–26 (formerly Nos. 46–49) 175 (Nos. 22, 23), 179, 184–7, 189, fig. 79 (Nos. 24, 26), Pls. 75, 82a (No. 24); Nos. 28–44 208, 214, Pl. 91c (Nos. 28, 30); Nos. 46–50 206, 208, 214, Pl. 91d (No. 46)
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, No. 1 181; NOs. 5–33 179, Pl. 73d; Nos. 35–45 (formerly Nos. 17–22) 179, 182 (No. 39), 184–7, 189 (Nos. 35–39), 191 (Nos. 39–45), figs. 75, 77–8, Pls. 76–8, 82b, 83, 84a, b; Nos. 47–75 174 (No. 73), 206, 214, Pl. 93d

Harrington Hotel, Gloucester Road 181

Harrington Road 295, 394 (Queen's Gate Hall)

Harrington Road West (now Harrington Gardens, q.v. 175

Harrington-Villars estate 397, 398

Harris, Mr. (Augustus) 383

b Harris: H. and A. 314; Henry 309–10, 311, 314, 341, 403; Samuel 286n.

a Harris, Thomas 291

b Harrison, Edmund 133

Harrison: James Fortescue 153; Rev. Richard 365; Samuel 396

b Harrison, William 141

Harrods 88, 182, 243; building department 142

Harrogate (Royal Bath Hospital) 358

Harrow Road 266, 291, 294

Harrow School 332

a Harston, A. and C. 353, 354, 357, 360

a Hart, George Barlow 124, 125, 126, 128

Hart, neve Lewis 124

c Hart, Son and Peard 28, 373, 389

Hartley, Harold 334, 335

Harvest, William 18, 137

b Harvey, T. 115

a Harwood, H. E. 171

Hatter, John 47

Hautned room (at Scarsdale House) 103

Haverstock Hill, St. Pancras 130

b Haward and Nixon 122

Hawes: Charity (descendants of) 25; George (f. of Charity) 24, 25, 107

Hawks: Edward 269; George 271; John 269–70; Sir Robert
-, Shafto 269–70; Thomas Longridge 270, 271; family 269, 405

Hawks, Crawshay and Company 269, 405

a Hawksmoor, Nicholas 58

Haymarket 29

Haymarket Theatre 302

Haynes: Joseph 27; Walter Henry 286n.

Haynes' Rents 27

b Hayward: Henry 26; John 26, 29, 32

c Hayward, John 387

Hearne, Thomas (quoted) 14

b Heath, Thomas W., and Son 274

a Heath, W. H. 115

Heathrow Airport 337

Heating (steam) 128

Heaton, John Henniker 127

c Heaton, Butler and Bayne (formerly Heaton and Butler) 369, 380, 383

a Heffer, E. A. 144

b Hegeman-Harris (of New York) 337

Heilgers, William 195

Hellow, Charles 12

Helps, Bryan 241

c Hems, Harry 373, 380

Hendon 51n.

c Hensman, Walter 127

a Henson, F. J. 394

Herbert, William, Viscount Montgomery later 3rd Marquess of Powis 13

c Herbert and Son, Messrs. 291

Herbert Court Mansions, Earls Court Square 300, 314, 401

Hereford Lodge 158, 159, 160

Hereford Road, Paddington 292

Hereford Square 158, 160–4, 166 (Nos. 20 and 26), 167, 396, 398, 410, figs. 65, 66, Pl. 66
-, garden 161–2; occupants 163–4; proposed church 162, 366; war damage and reinstatement 167; No. 9A 158 (photographic premises), 167 (White Lodge); No. 24 (present building) 167, Pl. 66c

Hereford Square Studios 166

Herington, Edward 114

Heron, (Sir) Richard and family 24

Herring, Archbishop Thomas 3, 18nn.

Hervey, Lord (quoted) 19

Hesper Mews 185, 205, 214

Hessey: Archdeacon (James) Augustus 355; Rev. Francis 366, 382

Heydon Hall, Norfolk 289

a Higgins and Ney and Partners 316

b Higgs, W. 393

b Higgs and Hill 115, 144, 171, 258

High rise buildings 108, 116, 182

High Street see Kensington High Street

High Street Kensington Station 28, 85, 87, 327, 329, fig. 132, Pls. 3, 35a, 44a, 130b, 131b; new booking hall (1937–8) 331; rebuilding (1906–8) 85, 92, 329; side of 82, 89, 99, 100, Pls. 3, 44a

High Street, Notting Hill 283

b Hill, J. C. 136

Hill, Robert Gardiner 197

b Hill, William 383

b Hillier: Abraham 261; James 232n.; John 232n.

a Hillier: parker, May and Rowden 114

Hilton, Rev. A. D. 353

b Hinton, George 131, 133

Hippodrome (Batty's) 121–3, 398, fig. 44

Hirsch, Leopold 194

Hitchcock, Thomas 133

Hitchens, Alfred 40

a Hitchens, C. F. 335

Hoare, Charles A. 37. 38

Hoare and Company 222 (Surveyor's Departmnet of), 314

c Hobbs and Son 127n.

Hobhouse, Henry 12

b Hockley: R., and Son 105; Thomas 35

Hockley, Thomas Allen 277

Hodge, Sir Edward Cooper 152

a Hodgeman, Alfred J. 361

a Hoffman, Paul 51, 53n., 70, 115, 136, 147

Hofland, Barbara and Thomas Christopher 273

Hogarth Hotel, Hogarth Road 223

Hogarth Place (formerly South Row) figs. 95–6; King's Head p.h. 222; Nos. 1–5 (consec.) 220, 221; Nos. 6–16 (consec.) 216, 221 (Nos. 6–8), Pl. 100d (Nos. 6–9)

Hogarth Road 215, 220–1, 223 (Nos. 27–35, Hogarth Hotel), 294, 308, 378, figs. 95–6

Hogg, Sir Stuart Sanders 152

Hogmire (or Hogmore) Lane (previous name of Gloucester Road, q.v.) 151

a Holder and Mathias Partnership 291, 299

Holland, Barons: 1st 239; 3rd 264, 324; 4th 383

a Holland, Cornelius 269

b Holland, Ebenezer and Harold 144

Holland, Henry 159

Holland, Henry (architect) 159, 407

b Holland Henry 144

a Holland, John 322, 323

b Holland, Thomas 273, 281, 383

b Holland and Hannen (later Holland and Hannen and Cubitts) 70, 81

Holland Arms p.h., Kensington High Street 254

Holland estate 239, 244, 264, 267

Holland House 1, 239

Holland Park Avenue 410

Holland Place (No. 1) 285

Holland Road (proposed name for Scarsdale Villas) 227

Holland Road 296

Holland Street 3; St. Mary's R. C. Chapel in 82, 387

b Holliday: Noah 223; Richard Albion 232n., 244, 274–5

b Holliday and Greenwood 389

Hollingsworth, Joh 32

a Hollinsworth, Thomas 323, 324

b Holloway Brothers 69, 81, 390

Holly Lodge (No. 42 Victoria Road) 142

Holmbush, Sussex 151

b Holmes, Thomas 160–2 passim

Holms, John 152

Holt, James Maden 171

Holwell, John 133

Holy Trinity Church, Brompton 365, 367, 408

Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Street 372

c Home, Robert 197

Home Field 196, fig. 84

Home Flats Ltd. 108

b Hoof: Henry 140, 141; William 117, 136, 140, 141, 196, 270, 323–4; family 117

b Hook,—353

Hook, Sir Hele, Bart. 14, 26, 80

Hopkins: James 134; James Innes 171; William Randolph Innes 171

b Hopping, William 302, 304

Horbury Chapel, Notting Hill 391

a Horder, Percy Morley 298

Horne, Rev. C. Silvester 391

Hornton Court, Kensington High Street 115

Hornton Street 20, 49, 412; builders' addresses in 47, 232n., 233n., 286; Chapel 368, 391, 393

Horse and Groom p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Horseshoe Hotel, Tottenham Court Road 67

Horticultural rent per acre 121, 398

a Hosking, William (Professor) 325, 346

a Hospital Design Partnership 364

Hospitals see Cromwell Hospital and St. Mary Abbots Hospital

c Hossowski, Leopold 175

Hotel Developments Incentive Scheme 108

Hotels: 181, 299, 316, 337, 338, 342, Pls. 44a, 47b, 74
-, conversions to 120, 128, 248; post-war development of 108, 168, 182, 338; see also Boarding and lodging houses and individual hotels under their names

Hough: John (Bishop of Worcester) 3; Rev. Dr. Nathaniel 102

Houghton, Frederick Burnett 147

a Houle, Josiah 84, 87, 89, 287, 352

House of Fraser 92, 96, 98

Households, size of 52, 119–20, 127, 219, 220, 224, 234, 235

Houses
-, bay windows 154, 411
-, building costs 67, 72, 101, 144, 165, 185, 189, 191, 221, 222, 223, 269, 291
-, construction 37, 75, 121, 124, 148, 154, 179–80, 207, 224, 230, 267, 291, 294
-, conversion to flats and hotels 120, 128, 156, 166, 182, 187, 189, 191, 194, 210, 247, 248, 288, 297, 307, 309, 316, 321, 342, 401
-, discussed generally 409–13
-, drainage see sanitation and drainage
-, fall in demand for 128, 165–6, 185–6, 247, 296, 297, 307, 400, 401, 412
-, flue arches 208
-, interior decoration and furnishings 16, 19, 21–6 passim, 34, 36–45 passim, 48, 55, 59, 66, 102, 103, 127, 153, 154, 156, 159, 165, 175, 178, 189, 191, 193, 194, 208–9, 291, 293, 304, 309, 316, 342, 378n.
-, lifts in 68, 73, 75–6
-, multi-occupancy 54, 113, 120, 219, 220, 234, 235, 238, 247, 284, 286, 298, 317, 342
-, numbers of 204, 245, 396, 397, 399
-, planning and accommodation: non-speculative 59, 66, 72; speculative 12, 13, 14, 18–26 passim, 32–48 passim, 54, 73, 119, 126–7, 148, 154, 158, 161, 165, 175, 178, 180, 187, 189, 191, 193, 197, 204, 207, 208, 209, 257, 291, 293, 295, 304, 318, 410, 411
-, prices: 17th cent. 22, 24, 25, 196; 18th cent. 24, 26, 32, 197; 1800–49 36, 197, 254, 256, 270, 271; 1850–99 22, 25, 119, 127, 156, 162, 164, 175, 185, 193, 234, 287–8, 304, 305, 307, 309, 310, 231; 20th cent. 22, 275, 288, 307, 310, 321
-, rack rents: 17th cent.13, 14, 22; 18th cent. 16, 18n., 19, 25; 1800–49 27, 43, 257; 1850–99 22, 127, 146, 164, 165, 193, 229, 234, 275, 300, 302, 304, 305, 307, 318, 321, 342
-, roof construction 207
-, sanitation and drainage 119, 154, 165, 193, 209, 294, 318–19, 378n.
-, services 68, 119, 154, 165, 193, 291, 294, 304

Housing of the Working Classes Act (1890) 52

Housing trusts 409

Housman, Lawrence 273

c Howard and Sons 187, 191

b Howell, David 143, 145

Howell, James (architect) 347

a Hubbard Ford and Partners 318

a Hudson, Charles M. 106

b Huggett, Thomas 52, 219, 220, 222, 244–5, 261, 267, 282, 287–8, 290, 294, 295, 403, 408, 409; property of fig. 96

Hughenden, parish church of 355

Hughes, Edward (builder) 228

Hughes, Edward (portraitist) 107

a Hughes, George 207, 213, 296, 297

Hughes-Stanton, Herbert 181

Huguenots 46

Hulanicki, Barbara 96

a Hulbert, Maurice 175, 208, 213

Hulme, Frederick W. 162, 163

Humber, William 328

Hume, Sir Gustavus 102

b Humphreys Ltd. 315, 394

a Humphrys, D. R. (of Humphrys Hurst) 282, 373

Hungarian Exhibition 335–6

Hungerford, Walter 37

b Hunt: Charles 300, 302, 303, 403; George 81

Hunt, George W. 120

a Hunt: (Sir) H. A. (of Hunt and Stephenson) 347, 348; H. A., junior (s. of Sir H. A. Hunt) 357

Hunt: James Henry Leigh 1, 55, 59, 83, 114, 249, 258; Vincent 114

b Hunt, W. 302

a Hunt, William 302

Hunt, William Holman 267

Hunt, W. H., and Company 87, 88

a Hunt and Stephenson 347

Hunter, John 196, 197, 200

c Hunter, Robert 373

Hunter House, Old Brompton Road 317

Hunting ground, Kensington Road 123

Huntingdon House, Cromwell Road 245, 297, Pl. 116c

a Hurst, R. W. (of Humphrys Hurst) 282, 373

b Hussey, Thomas 20, 40, 54, 84, 108, 115, 116, 146, 220, 222, 232n., 235, 244–5, 267, 294, 297, 342, 400, 401, 403, 409; property of fig. 96

Hutchins: Samuel (fl. 1773) 168; Samuel (d. 1844) 130, 225, 239, 241; Sarah 225; family 395

Hutchinson, Ralph 29, 32

Huth, Alfred Henry 23–4

Hutton, Mrs. Montague (house in occupation of) Pl. 28b

a Huyton, G. E. A. 238

Hyde Park 396

Hyde Park Corner, proposed International Music Hall and Opera House 337

Hyde Park Gardens, Paddington 140

Hyde Park Gate 128 (No. 60, De Vere Hotel), 137 (No. 6), 140
-, (No. 45), 266 (No. 27), 343, 410, 411

Hydraulic Engineering Company, Chester 75

Hydraulic power and lifts 68, 73, 74, 75–6, 238n., 352, 359, 361, fig. 103

a Hyslop, Geddes 44, 44n.

a Ibberson, H. G. 148

Ice-hockey rink 336

Ice-skating rink 337

I field Road 204

b Igglesden, Richard 206, 207, 213

‘Ilchester’, Allen Street 114

Ilchester Mansions, Abingdon Road 116

Ilford: Edward 99; John 32

Illey, Lady 33

Improved ground rents 252, 405

Inchbald, Elizabeth 61, 258

Inderwick, John 121, 130–5 passim, 140, 141, 146, 406, 408

Inderwick and Company 130

Inderwick estate 130–6, 396, 406, 408, 410, fig. 47, Pls. 50–2

‘India’ 335

Indian administrators living in southern Kensington 152, 340

Industrial Exhibition 334

Industry see Trades and industries

Ingram, T. 332

b Ingram, Thomas 152

Inkerman Terrace 228–9, figs. 100–1, Pl. 102c

‘Inner Circle’ 327, 328

Inns see Public houses, inns and taverns

a Inskip and Wilczynski 304

Insurance companies see County Fire Office; Globe Insurance Company; Gresham Life Assurance Society; London and Liverpool Insurance Company; London Assurance Corporation; London Assurance Loan Company; Provident Clerks Mutual Life Assurance Association; Provident Life; Prudential Assurance; Royal Exchange; Sun Insurance

International Music Hall and Opera House, Hyde Park Corner (proposed) 337

Inventory (Colby House, 1672) 55

Iron and ironwork: in construction 85, 116, 122, 154, 280, 291, 294, 329, 332, 335, 338, 348, 372, 376, figs. 116, 132, 149; corrugated 332, 335, 337; details illustrated figs. 51, 109, 113, 116, 126, 132, 149; electrolier 390; fire doors 280, fig. 116; ornamental (exterior) 70, 133, 134, 141, 291, 302, 305, 306, 308, 314, 411, 412, figs. 51, 109, 113, 126, Pls. 51a, 64b; painting of 34, 66, 412; screens 66, 385; staircase 75, 154, fig. 51, Pl. 92d; see also Iron buildings and Steel and steelwork

Iron buildings: churches and chapels (temporary) 106, 366–7, 370, 371, 378, 380, 382; other 106, 332, 347, 353, 357, 358

Irving, Henry 303

Irving Street 218

a Isaacs and Florence 81

Isham, Lady Mary

Italian Exhibition (1888) 332

Itchen Stoke, Hampshire 381

Iveagh, Baron, later 1st Earl of (Edward Guinness) 246, 281, 373

Iveagh Trust 246

Iverna Court (formerly Iverna Mansions) 99, 101, 104–5, 409, fig. 34, Pls. 44c, 45a; see also St. Sarkis's Armenian Church and Vicarage

Iverna Gardens 99, 101, 104, 105, 235, 409, fig. 34

Iverna Mansions see Iverna Court

b Ivey, Thomas 202

Izod, James 143

Jackman, Benjamin 11

Jackson: Rev. John, Bishop of London 366, 370, 371, 379, 382; Thomas 403

a Jackson, Thomas Graham 69, 70, 72, 74

b Jackson, William 125, 174, 206, 207, 213, 220, 399, 403, 405, 406, 407, 411

b Jackson and Shaw 28

Jacobs, Thomas 134

James I 103

James II (previously Duke of York) 5, 60

James, Henry 127

b James, Robert 121

James Place (now part of Thackeray Street, q.v.) 12, 16, 22, 51, figs. 2, 17

James Street see Ansdell Street

James Street Mews 139

b Jardine, Arthur 232n.

b Jay, William 12

Jeckyll, Thomas

a Jeeves, Gordon 150, 223, 337

c Jeffrey and Company 187, 191, 193

Jenkins, Edward 171

a Jenkins, Gilbert H. 282

b Jennings, Barnabas 228, 229, 229n., 230, 281

Jennings, William 80, 81

Jennings Buildings 63, 80, 409, fig. 28

John Barker and Company see Barker, John, and Company

b Johns: Henry William 266, 267; Samuel 244, 266, 275, 285

John's Terrace (Nos. 163–175 (odd) Earl's Court Road) 220

b Johnson, Messrs. 358, 359, 360

Johnson, Mrs. Hannah 277

b Johnson, John 218

b Johnson, Dr. Samuel 60

a Johnson, Thomas 382

Johnson Street 232n.

Johnson's Place (later part of Child's Street, q.v.) 218, 219

Joiners' Company 5

c Jones, Messrs. 354

Jones, William Champion 231, 231n.

c Jones and Willis 373, 385

Jones-Price estate 3

b Jordan, James 141

a Joseph: Messrs. 267; C. S. and E. M. 263; Delissa 358, 360

a Joseph and Partners 116

Joshua: Abraham 194; Joshua Michael 69

Jourdain, Margaret 156

Joy, Mrs. Anne 43

b Judd, Alfred 232, 232n., 233n.

b Judson: Henry 82n., 109; William 82n., 109, 261

a Katten, H. G., and Partners 299

Kauffmann, Angelica 197

Kearley, Charles 112

b Kearley, Charles Frederick 108, 112, 115, 235, 262, 276

Keeley, Peter 267

a Keeling, Bassett 367, 376, 394

b Kelk, Sir John 327

b Kellett, A., and Sons 42

b Kelsey,—230

Kelso Place 108, 136, 144, 145, 146, 148 (Nos. 1–2), fig. 54, Pl. 59a; Cottesmore Court 147, 149

Kemble, Fanny 163

a Kemp, Frederick Nesbitt 207, 311, 312, 407

b Kemp, John 29, 32, 33, 35, 36

c Kempe, C. E. 72, 372, 373, 380

Kempsford Gardens 247, 316, 317, 401, fig. 121

Kemp-Welch, William 194

Kendall, John 12, 36, 82; his w., and his s., John 36

Kendall Cottage, Victoria Road 142

Kenley Street (renovation in) 409

Kennet, 1st Baron 40

Kensal Green 399

Kensal Road 295

Kensington, Barons, estate of see Edwardes estate

Kensington, 1st Baron (William Edwardes, d. 1801)239

Kensington, 1st Baron (William Edwardes, d. 1852): biographical details of 239, 244, 268; building agreements and developments of 241–4 passim, 249, 251, 262, 263, 264, 268, 285, 396; enfranchisements sold by 130, 225, 398; finances of 241, 242–3, 244, 264, 269, 270, 324, 396, 398; Kensington Canal, and 322, 324; leases granted by 252, 254, 256, 257, 258, 259, 261, 262, 264, 268, 269, 270, 271, 273, 276, 280, 284; railways, and 324, 328

Kensington, 3rd Baron (William Edwardes, d. 1872) 168, 220, 243, 244, 245, 266, 283, 285, 289, 324, 328, 339, 378, 398, 402; biographical details of 242, 244, 245; building agreements by 245, 266, 283, 285–6, 287, 290, 316; leases granted by 220, 266, 274, 280, 281, 283, 286, 287, 317, 394

Kensington, 4th Baron (William Edwardes, d. 1896) 220, 221, 243, 245, 294, 298, 300, 304, 309, 371; biographical details of 245; building agreements of 300, 302, 303, 309, 318; leases granted by 287, 297, 304, 308, 309, 312, 317, 318, 320, 373

Kensington, 5th Baron (William Edwardes, d. 1900) 245–6, 297, 298

Kensington, 6th Baron 246

Kensington, extent of the ‘town’ in the eighteenth century 110, Pl. 1

Kensington, manor of 239, 322n.

Kensington, parish of (St. Mary Abbots): boundary of 322; mission hall and school 53; subdivision into new parishes 366; see also Kensington Vestry

Kensington (Addison Road) Station see Kensington (Olympia) Station

Kensington and Chelsea School Board 356

Kensington and Knightsbridge Electric Lighting Company (formerly Kensington Court Electric Lighting Company, q.v.) 75

Kensington Arms p.h., corner of Pembroke and Warwick Roads 267, 281, 283, Pl. 113a

Kensington Asylum District, proposed 350

Kensington Board of Guardians 343, 344–6 passim, 351, 352, 354, 356, 357, 359, 360, 361, 363, 408

Kensington (and Chelsea) (Royal) Borough (Council) of 92, 238, 310; Architect's Department 114, 409; Central Depot, Warwick Road 281, 282, 283–4, 284, 409, Pl. 115d, e; and Edwardes Square 259, 260; Environmental Awards 212, 282; flats built for 114, 309, 317; and municipal housing (discussed) 409; Town Planning Committee 182

Kensington Buildings or Place 110, 110n., 268, fig. 36

Kensington Canal 117, 241, 242, 245, 263, 269, 270, 286, 322–6 passim, 401, fig. 129; basin 242, 244, 268, 282, 287, 324, fig. 129; lock-keeper's cottage 287, 326, fig. 130, Pl. 115c

Kensington Canal Company 270, 271, 322, 323, 324, 325

Kensington Candle Manufactory 81–2, fig. 30, Pl. 35c

Kensington Catholoc Public School 331–2

Kensington Chapel (now Kensington United Reformed Church), Allen Street 114, 368, 389, 391–2, 393, fig. 158, Pl. 151a, c

Kensington Church Street (formerly Church Lane) 1, 135, 207 (Nos. 25–39), 387 (Carmelite Church)

Kensington Close (‘residential club’) 108

Kensington Close Hotel, Scarsdale Place 99, 100, 107, 108

Kensington Court 6, 14, 20, 51, 67–76, 79, 141, 400, 407, fig. 22, Pls. 3, 26–8, 29a, c, d
-, No. 1 (Chenesiton House) 69, 70, Pl. 26c; No. 2 69, 70–2, figs. 23–4, Pl. 27a; Nos. 3–25 68, 69, 72–4, figs. 25 (No. 3), 26 (No. 20), Pls. 26a, b, 27b, 28a, b; Nos. 26–29 69, 74, fig. 27 (Nos. 27–28), Pls. 26c, 27c; No. 31 (Durward House) 53, 70; No. 32 (Roxburghe Mansions) 68, 70, Pl. 29a; No. 33 (Cornwall Mansions) 68, 70; No. 34 (Kent House) 70, Pl. 29c; No. 35 (Kensington House) 70; No. 36 (Place Place Mansions) 69; No. 46 (Electricity sub-station) 75; No. 47 69; No. 48 (Thriplands) 69, 75; Nos. 49–60 69, Pl. 28a; No. 61 69, Pls. 28a, 29d; Nos. 62–97 (Kensington Court Mansions) 69

Kensington Court Electric Lighting Company 69, 75, 408

Kensington Court Gardens, Kensington Court Place 51, 147

Kensington Court Hotel, Nevern Place 304

Kensington Court Ltd. 69

Kensington Court Mansions, Kensington Court 69

Kensington Court Mews 74, 137, fig. 22

Kensington Court Place (formerly Charles Street) 51, 52, 56, 68, 136, 137, 147, figs. 2, 17, 54, Pls. 53b, c, 60c
-, Hamston Mansions 137, 148, Pl. 53b; Kensington Court Gardens 51, 147; St. Alban's Mansions 51, 70, 147–8, Pl. 60c; No. 1 (Builders' Arms p.h.) 139, 144, Pl. 53b; Nos. 2–5 (dem.) 137; Nos. 6–15 137, 139 (Nos. 8–15), Pl. 53c; Nos. 16–19 51; No. 35 (Hydraulic Power Station) 75–6

Kensington Crescent 241, 244 (No. 23), 265, 268, 396, figs. 105, 129, Pl. 112a

Kensington Fire Station, Ball Street 84, 88, Pl. 34c

Kensington Foundation Grammar School 32, 35, 36

Kensington Gardens (formerly Western) Telephone Exchange 149

Kensington Gate 130

Kensington Gore 151

Kensington Gravel Pits 395

Kensington Hall, Fulham 356

Kensington High School for Girls, St. Alban's Grove 143, Pl. 55c.

Kensington High Street (west of Wright's Lane formerly known as Kensington Road and Hammersmith Road) 30, 77–98, 99, 100–3, 108–16 passim, 249–61 passim, 398, 409, figs. 28, 30, 34, 35–6, 105, Pls. 2–3, 30–40, 107a, 108a, c
-, addresses in 134, 141, 143, 261, 265, 297; early development in 1, 3, 77–80, 395, 404; ins, public houses and taverns in 78; memorial column to Queen Victoria 266; nomenclature of 77, 99, 239; shops and shopping in 85–98; traffic and traffic congestion in 83–4, 402, 408
-, see also Kensington Improvement Scheme
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Holland Arms p.h. 254; Kensington Stove Grate Manufactory 82n; Ladymere building 88, 93; Phillimore Place 395; White Horse tavern 254; Nos. 26–40 88; Nos. 42–60 88
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Adam and Eve p.h. 78, 108–9; Allen Terrace see Nos. 197–217 below; Bank Chambers (No. 1a) 76, 81, Pl. 30a; Barkers see main index entry for Barker, John, and Company; Bell p.h. 78, 79; Bell p.h. (later Wheatsheaf) 78, 80; Biba 96–7, Pl. 38b; Brasenose House (No. 35) 81; Britannia Brewery Tap p.h. (formerly Castle) 78; British Home Stores 97; Buffalo's Head p.h. 78; Castle p.h. (later Britannia Brewery Tap) 78; Charles House 268; Coach and Horses p.h. (formerly new Tavern) 43, 78, 79; Crown and Thistle p.h. 78; Derry and Toms see main index entry; Duke of Abercorn p.h. (later Town Hall Tavern) 78, 85, 89, Pl. 35e; Duke of Cumberland's Head p.h. 78; Duke of Sussex p.h. 78, 84, Pl. 33a; Duke's Head p.h. 78; Edwardes Terrace see Nos. 343–353 below; Five Bells p.h. (later Six Bells and Eight Bells) 78; Gas Light and Coke Company's premises 81, Pl. 30b; Globe and Rocket p.h. 78; Goat p.h. 78, 79, 81, Pl. 30a; Green Man p.h. 78, 81; Griffin p.h. 78; Harp p.h. 78; Hunt's drapery (W. H. Hunt and Company) 87, 88; Kensington Kinema 260–1; Kensington Market (Nos. 49–53) 81; Kensington Odeon 260–1; King and Queen p.h. 78; King of Prussia p.h. 78; Leonard Court 261; Lion p.h. see Red Lion below; London, City and Westminster Bank 261; London and County Bank (Nos. 1 and 1a) 69, 76, 81, Pl. 30a, c; London and North Western Railway Estate Office (No. 35) 81; Marks and Spencer 97; Marquis of Granby p.h. 78, 81; Midland Bank (No. 255) 261; national Provincial Bank (Nos. 55–61) 81, Pl. 30b; New Tavern 43, 78, 79; Old Three Tuns p.h. 78, 81; Pemberton House 98; Pettits (store) 87; Pontings see main index entry; Post Office (Nos. 257–259) 260; Red Horse p.h. 78; Red Lion p.h. (formerly Lion) 1, 55, 56, 78, 79, 80, fig. 28; St. Mary Abbots Court 267; Seaman, Little and Company 86, 87, Pl. 36a; Star and Garter tavern 78, 110, 115; Thistle and Crown p.h. 78; Three Compasses p.h. 78; Three Tuns p.h. 78; Town Hall Tavern 78, 85, 89, Pl. 35e; Warwick Close 263; Wheatsheaf (formerly Bell) p.h. 78, 80; White's Music Warehouse (No. 27) 81; Woolworth's 116
-, see also Bath Place; Earl's TErrace; Edwardes Place; High Street Kensington Station, Kensington Candle Manufactory; Kensington Crescent; Leonard Place; Newland Place; Newland TErrace; Our Lady of Victories, Church of; Somerset Terrace; Terrace, The
-, No. 1 68, 69, 76, 81, Pl. 30a, c; No. 1a 76, 78, 81, Pl. 30a; No. 3 76, 81, 86, Pl. 30a; No. 3a 78, 79, 81, Pl. 30a; Nos. 5–17 78 (Nos. 5, 17), 79 (Nos. 7, 17), 81, Pl. 31a, c; No. 19 79, 81, fig. 29, Pl. 31c; No. 21 78, 79, 81, Pl. 31c; Nos. 23–33 79 (No. 23), 80, 81, Pl. 31b–d; No. 35 78, 79, 81; Nos. 39–53 78, 79, 80, 81; Nos. 55–61 78 (No. 55), 79, 81, Pl. 30b; Nos. 63–97 (Barkers' site) 79–80, 84, 85 (Nos. 95–97), 86 (Nos. 73, 79–83, 89), 87, 89 (Nos. 95–97), 92, 93 (Nos. 63–71), 408, Pls. 32a, 33a, 34a, d, 36a; Nos. 99–121(B) (former Derry and Toms' site) 78, 84 (Nos. 99–111, 121), 85 (Nos. 107–111, 121), 89 (including No. 121b), 92 (Nos. 99–119), Pls. 33a, 34b, e; Nos. 123–127 (former Pontings' site) 91, 92 (Nos. 125, 127), Pl. 35a; Nos. 129–161 92, 100, 102 (Nos. 123–127), 103; Nos. 163–171 78, 109; Nos. 173–195 87 (Nos. 191–195), 115, fig. 38; Nos. 197–217 (Allen Terrace, all dem. except Nos. 197–199) 87 (Nos. 197–207), 88 (Nos. 197–207), 111–12, 113, 114, 116, Pl. 43a; Nos. 201–223 116; Nos. 225–231 116; Nos. 233–237 116, 389; Nos. 239–253 78 (No. 253), 116; No. 255 261; Nos. 257–259 239, 260; Nos. 267–281 261; NOs. 343–353 (Edwardes Terrace) 257, 262, 265, Pl. 107a

Kensington House (dem. 1872) 1, 3, 4, 56, 59–62, figs. 18, 20, Pls. 1, 24a–c, e

Kensington House (dem. 1882) 62–7, 137, fig. 21, Pl. 25; stables 12, 67, fig. 21, Pl. 8a

Kensington House, Kensington Court 70

Kensington House Asylum 61–2

Kensington House Estate 67

Kensington Improvement Acts: 1851 259, 260; 1866 84, 408

Kensington Improvement Scheme (1868–71) 83–5, 86, 89, 408, Pl. 34; clearance for Pl. 33b; rebuilding of Duke of Sussex p.h. under 78; rehousing of people displaced by 235

Kensington Institution 361; see also Kensington Workhouse

Kensington Kinema, Kensington High Street 260–1

Kensington Lawn Tennis Club 147

Kensington Mansions, Trebovir Road 300, 309, Pl. 122b

Kensington Market, kensington high Street and Young Street 81

Kensington New Town 130–50, 402, 406, 410; Conservation
-, Area 129; definition of 130; origin of name 131

Kensington Nursery 121, 396

Kensington Odeon Cinema, Kensington High Street 260–1

Kensington (Olympia) Station (formerly Kensington (Addison Road) Station) 325, 325n., 326

Kensington Palace (formerly Nottingham House) 43, 79; builders
-, working at 6, 21, 26; Queen's Staircase 26
-, 1–4 passim, 5, 78, 395; Queen's Staircase 26

Kensington Palace Gardens 407

Kensington Palace Gate (proposed name) 118n.

Kensington Palace Hotel, Kensington Road 128

Kensington Palace Mansion, Victoria Road 126, 127, 128

Kensington Place or Buildings 110, 110n., 268, fig.36

Kensington Police Station, Earl's Court Road 262

Kensington Presbyterian Church see St. John's Presbyterian Church

Kensington Proprietary Grammar School 9, 32, 33–5, 36, 38

Kensington Road 56, 67, 121, Pl. 46d; former extent of 77
-, see also Batty's Hippodrome; Chenesiton House; Colby
-, House; Cumberland House; De Vere Hotel; Kensington
-, Court, No. 2; Kensington House; Kensington Palace Hotel; Madeley House; Noel House

Kensington School of Science and Art (proposed) 35

Kensington Sewer 343, 346, 353

Kensington Square (originally King;s Square) 1–4 passim, 5–46, 100, 395, 410, figs. 1–2 Pls. 1–19
-, access to form High Street 30; Barkers (and Derry and Toms) and 9, 11, 12, 13, 20, 22, 32, 33, 35, 40, 41, 42, 44, 46, 49, 86; Bazaar in 21; building of 6, 29–30; central garden 6, 11; courtiers resident in 1–4 passim, 12, 14, 19, 25, 26, 32, 43; early comments on 6; leases for development granted by Thomas Young 6, 11, 13, 14, 20, 21, 24, 26, 44, 45; nomenclature of 6, 47n.; orginal houses surviving in see Nos. 11–12, 14, 15, 17–19, 20, 26, 28–38, 40, 43–45; paving of 6; rails in 6; rebuildings in 9; schools and academies in 9, 13, 18, 19, 38, 40, 41–2, figs. 1, 9; trees in 6; walls between front gardens 6, 36, 43, 45
-, Convent of the Assumption 9, 26, 27–9, 368, figs. 2, 10, Pl. 9; No. 1A 49; No. 1 (The Greyhound p.h.) 11–12, 47, Pl. 8a; Nos. 2–3 12, 63, 88, Pl. 8a (No. 2); No. 4 12, 88; Nos. 5–62 (No. 5), 12–13, 47n. (No. 2); No. 4 12, 13–14, figs. 3–4, Pl. 18a; Nos. 8–10 (dem) 9 (No. 9), 14, 16; Nos. 8–10 (Abbotts Court) 53; Nos. 11–12 6, 16–19, 20, figs. 5–6, Pls. 4a, 10–11; No. 13 (dem., the ‘Great Messuage’) 2, 3, 6, 19–20, fig. 7; No. 13 (St. James's House, formerly Nos. 13 and 13a, originally Nos. 1 and 2(A) Kensington Square South) 19, 20, 52, 54, Pl. 4b; No, 14 9, 20–1, 54, Pl. 7a; No. 15 2, 3, 9, 21–2, Pl. 8b; No. 16 3, 22, 54, Pl, 8b; No. 17 22–4, 24, 54, fig. 8, Pls. 4c, 12, 19c; No. 18 3, 24, Pl. 7b; No. 19 11n., 24–25, 28, 54, fig. 11, Pls. 7b 16; No. 20 25, 27, 29; Nos. 21–22 (dem.) 9 (No. 22), 26, 27–8; No. (dem. 2, 3, 26–7 fig. 9; No. 23 (present building, formerly Nos. 23 and 24) 26, 27, 29, Pl. 9b; No. 24 (sometime No. 25A) 27, 28, 29, 30, 32, Pl. 5a; No. 25 3, 29, 32, 35, 89, 92, figs. 11, 31, Pl. 5a; No. 26 29, 32–3, 34, 35, 89, 92, figs. 11, 31, Pls. 5a, 19a; No. 27 29, 33–5, 89, 92, fig. 31, Pls. 4d, 19b; No. 27a 35, 35n.; No. 28 29, 34, 35, 35n., 35–6, 82, 88, 92, figs. 11, 31, Pl. 4b,; No. 29 29, 35, 35n., 36–7, 89. 92. figs. 11, 13, 31, Pls. 5b, 13; No. 30 29, 30, 37–8, Pl. 5b, c; No. 31 29, 30, 33, 38, Pl. 5c; No. 32 29, 30, 38–9, Pl. 5c; No. 33 29, 30, 39, Pls. 6b, 15; Nos. 34–35 29, 30, 39–40, 82 (No. 34), fig. 11, Pls. 6b, 17 (No. 35); No. 36 11n., 30, 40–1, 82, 92, fig. 13, Pls. 6a, 7c, 14; Nos. 37–38 27 (No. 38), 29, 30 (No. 37), 41, 82 (No. 37), 92 (No. 38), Pl. 7c; No. 39 42, 92; No. 40 27, 40, 42–3 44n.; Nos. 41–42 11 (No. 42), 16, 43–4, 46 (No. 42), fig. 14, Pls. 6c (No. 41), 18b-d; Nos. 43–44 11, 44–5, 46, fig. 11, Pls. 6d, 8c (No. 44); No. 45 11, 45–6, 47, 48, Pl. 8c

kensington Square Mansions, Young STreet 47

Kensington Square Mews 6, fig. 1

Kensington Square South, Nos. 1 and 2(A) 20

Kensington Station see High Street Kensington Station and Kensington (Olympia) Station

Kensington Stove Grate Manufactory 82n.

Kensington Studios, Kelso Place 146, fig. 54

Kensington Super Store 98

Kensington Terrace see Terrace, The, Kensington High Steert

Kensington Turnpike Trust 249

Kensington United Reformed Church, Allen Street (formerly Kensington Chapel) 114, 368, 389, 391–2, 393, fig. 158, Pl. 151a, c

Kensington Vestry 1, 51–3 passim, 83, 85, 104, 127, 219–20, 221, 224, 235, 298, 343, 344; and building development (discussed) 408–9; depot (Warwick Road) 280, 281–2, 283, 284; stables 280, 283

Kensington Workhouse, Butt;s Fields 343, 345

Kensington (Union) Workhouse, Marloes Road 227, 343–7, 353–4, 356–62, figs. 139, 143, frontis., Pl. 137a; see also St. Mary
-, Abbots Hospital
-, Chapel of St. Elizabeth (dem. 354–5, 364, fig. 142, Pl. 138b, d
-, chaplain, duties of 354
-, classificaton of inmates 247
-, comperition for 345
-, dispensary 353
-, Infirmary 298, 346, 350–62 passim 363, figs. 141, 143, Pls.
-, 138a, 139b; laundry 359; mortuary 354, 361, Pl. 139c; pathological labouratory 361–2; Persian princes, visit of 353; staff of 350, 352, 353, 361; subways 359, 363; wards, lying-in 357; wards, ventilation of 352, 357
-, married quarters 348, 354, 359
-, Master 346, 349
-, mortuary chapel 361, Pl. 138c
-, officers of 346, 349, 350, 353, 360, 363
-, overcrowding of 351, 356
-, receiving wards 345
-, relief offices 345, 353
-, workshops for paupers 345, 348

Kensit, John 372

Kensley House, Wright's Lane 98

b Kent, — 356

Kent, Henry Benjamin 244, 285, 286, 286n.

Kent House, Kensington Court 70, Pl. 29c

Kenway Road 215, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 379, 412, fig. 45, 97, Pls. 98a, b, 99e, 100a, e, 101b
-, North side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–13 222, Pl. 101b; Nos. 15–33 (formerly New North Row) 218, 219 (Nos. 23–33), Pl. 99e; Nos. 35–71 (formerly Providence Terrace, originally Manor Terrace) 144, 216, 219, 221 (Nos. 37, 39, 69, 71), 222 (No. 61), fig. 97, Pls. 98b, 100a; Nos. 73–77 219
-, South side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–12 220, Pl. 100e; Nos. 16–36 216 218 (Nos. 32–36), Pl. 98a; Nos. 40–54 221; Nos. 56–70 221, 380; see also St. Patrick's Church

b Keogh, C. G. 173

Ker, Lady Essex and Lady Mary 158

Ker-Lane, Madame Kate 86

a Kerr, Robert H. 81

a Keynes, J. A. J. 214, 314

Kidderminster elections 62, 63

b Killby and Gayford 262

Kilmorie Gardens (intended name) 106

b King, Henry 221

a King, Lawrence 387

King: Robert 165; Walter George 157; William 55

King and Queen p.h., Kensington High Street 78

King of Prussia p.h., Kensington High Street78

King Street see Derry Street

b Kingham: Henry 283, William Henry 286, 286n.

King's Bench Prison 8

King's College, London, Ladies' Department 18, 20, 69

King's College for Women 18,20

King's Head p.h., Hogarth Place 216, 222

King's Road, Chelsea 61, 215, 216, 220, 323 (bridge)

King's Square see Kensington Square

Kingsley Mews 145, fig. 54

Kingston Lisle, Berkshire 112

Kiralfy, Imre 290, 333–5 passim

b Kirk and Randall 75

Kirke: Lady Mary 2, 14, 46; Col. Percy 2

Kitchener of Khartoum, 1st Earl 35n.

b Kitson, Thomas 268

Kiveton, Yorkshire 6

Knapton, George 14

Knaresborough Place 204, 205, 206, 207, 214, figs. 82–3, Pl. 89d
-, (No. 6); see also London International Hotel

Knight, Capel 143

Knightley, Madam (fl. 1699) 22

Knightsbridge, proposed railway terminus in 324, 325

Knightsbridge Station 329

a Knowles, James, junior 12, 63, 66

Kramer Mews 316, 317, fig. 121

Kynance Mews 156, 157 (No. 10), fig. 60, Pl. 64a

Kynance Place 131, fig. 47

Kynaston James Wright 114



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