Index
L - Z

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1986

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484-502

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'Index: L - Z', Survey of London: volume 42: Kensington Square to Earl's Court (1986), pp. 484-502. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50339 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Labouchere, Henry 235

Laconia Mews see De Vere Cottage

Ladbroke estate 243, 411

Ladbroke Grove (No. 65) 112

Ladymere building, Nos. 26–40 Kensington High Street 88, 93

Laforgue, Jules 286

Lamb, E.B. 376

b Lamb, Robert 258

Lambeth workhouse 358

b Lamble, Messrs. 357

Lamington Properties 183

Lamplugh, Dr. Thomas 14, 22

Lamp-standards (‘white way’) 310

b Lamson Company 96

Lanarkslea, No. 3 Cornwall Mansions (now No. 100 Cornwall Gardens) 156

Lancaster Road, Notting Hill 106, 261, 304

Lancet , The 350, 356

Land and Central Securities 183

Land bank (Hugh Chamberlen's) 8

Land prices (copyhold and freehold): 17th cent. 5; 18th cent.100;19th cent. 67, 103, 108, 109, 139, 203, 226, 227, 324, 339, discussed 399, 400; 20th cent. 108

Land Securities Company 63, 66-70 passim, 75, 207, 234, 305, 405

Land Securities Investment Trust 81

a Landaw, David, and Partners 282

Landon: John and Letitia Elizabeth 159

Landseer Property Corporation 116

Lang, Andrew 299

Langham Mansions, Earl's Court Square 300, 314, Pl. 123c

Lansdowne Terrace, Earl's Court Road 229

Lansdowne Road 141

Lara Street (proposed) 114

b Lascelles, William H. 49n., 319

Latham Court (No. 94 West Cromwell Road) 288

b Lathey Brothers 380

Launceston (formerly Sussex) Place 130, 131, 133 (No. 35), 134–5, 141, 232n., figs. 47, 50–2, Pl. 52; No. 23A 157, Pl. 64a

Laundresses or washerwomen 52, 110

b Laurence, William

c Lavers, (Barraud) and Westlake 187, 191, 377, 385; see also Westlake, N.H.J.

Laverton Mews 207, 214, figs. 82, 88, Pl. 96a

Laverton Place 210 (Nos. 3–6), 214 fig. 82

Law, Andrew Bonar 275

b Lawdon Ltd. 238

a Lawrence, Battett, Lloyd-Davis 116

b Lawrence: E., and Son 69; Thomas 44

Layer Marney Towers, Essex 72

Leake, Edward Leech 12

Leasehold Investmen Company 235

Leasehold Reform Act (1967) 167

a Leathert, Julian R. 260–1

Ledbury Road, Notting Hill 232, 290

Lee: Baptist 21; Charles 328; Leah 286; Thomas 21

b Lee and Chapman 312

Lee estate 160

Leech, John 102

b Leeson, - 258

LeGrew, James 143

Leicester Square 63 (garden), 66 (Shakespeare stateue)

Leigh-Hunt, G. 149

a Leighton, Arthur G. 262, 263

Leith, Misses M.R. and E.S. 298

Leith's School of Food and Wine 53

a Le Lay, David 223

Lennon, John and Cynthia

Lennox, Lord William Pitt 119

Lennox Gardens, Chelsea 293

Lenthall Mews (now Place) 171, 172, 173, 182, fig. 68

a Leonard, William Christopher 354

Leonard Court, Kensington High Street 261

Leonard Place (formerly Row), Kensington High Street 20, 112, 239, 251, 252, 254, 256, 257, 258, 260–1, 295, fig. 105, Pl. 108a

a LeRoith, Stephen 235

b Leslie and Company 20, 53, 81, 258

Le Touquet (Anglo-French pleasure resort) 333

a Leverkus, Gertrude 210

b Leverton, John 230

Leveson: Col. Richard 3; Maj-Gen. Richard 22

Lewin: T.E. 312; family 404

Lewis, Frank Reginald 336–7

b Lewis, Henry 349

Lewis: Henry Benjamin 295; T. Hayter 124

Lewknor's Lane (Macklin Steert) 30

Lexham, East and West 289

Lexham Gardens (formerly Road) 156, 239, 246, 247, 288, 289, 290, 292–6 passim, 298, 318, 403, figs. 118–20, Pls. 118s, 119
-, Even numbers
-, Nos. 2–10 295, fig. 120 (No. 10); Nos. 12–18 296; Nos.
-, 20–34 247 (No. 34) 294, 295, Pl. 119c (No. 32); Nos. 36, 38
-, 295; Nos. 40–44 293, Pl. 118a (No. 44); Nos. 46, 46A (now
-, Nos. 1, 3 Lexham Walk) 298, Pl. 120; Nos. 48–88 293, Pl.
-, 118a (Nos.48–72); Nos. 90–104 292, 293 (No. 104), Pl. 119a
-, (Nos. 94–104); Nos. 106–108 292, Pl. 119a; Nos. 110–118
-, 295, Pl. 119a; Nos. 120–146 290, Pl. 119a; No. 150 (Mulwarrie House) 290
-, Odd numbers
-, Nos. 1–7 295, 299 (Nos. 5–7); Nos. 9–17 296; Nos. 19–29
-, 294; Nos. 31–55 294, 299 (Nos. 45–53, Lexham House), Pl.
-, 119b (No. 55); Nos. 57–75 292–3, 293 (No. 65), fig. 119; Nos.
-, 77–105 292–3, 293 (Nos. 87, 101–105), 299 (No. 101)

Lexham Gardens Mews 295, 299 fig. 118

Lexham House, Lexham Gardens 294, 299

Lexham Mews 290, 291 (Nos. 19A and 20), 297 (Nos. 6–18), 299, fig. 118

Lexham Walk 156, 295, 298, 413, fig. 118; No. 1 (formerly The Tiled House) 298, Pl. 120a; No. 3 (formerly The Studio) 298, Pl. 120

Liddell, Sir Henry, 3rd Bart.44

b Liddiatt, Joseph 229n., 320

Lifts 42, 68, 73, 74, 75–6, 96, 104, 128, 181, 210, 238, 359 361, 401, fig. 103, Pls. 37d, 105b

Lillie, Sir John Scott 62, 117, 322, 324

Lillie Arms p.h., Lillie Road, Fulham 317

Lillie Bridge 326

Lillie Birdge Works (depot) of Metropolitan District Railway
-, 222, 328, 331

Lilly, Dr. Richard and w. 26

Lily Terrace, Warwick Road 287

lincrusta-Walton 168, 332

Lind, Jenny 160

Lindsay's steel decking 75

b Liney, Charles 146

a Ling, Leslie, and Rand 321

b Linzell, Frank l. 115

Lion p.h., Kensington High Street see Red Lion p.h.

Lion Mews, Abingdon Road 232n.

Lisbon Steam Tramways Company 63

Lisney, Adam 2, 3, 13, 14

Litchfield, Richard Buckley and w. 38

Little, James 86

Little Chelsea 395, 396

Little Courtfield 196, 203, fig. 84

Little House, No. 27 Young Street (dem.) 46, 49–51, fig. 16, Pl. 21b

Livery stables and jobmasters 109, 129, 233

Llewellyn, (Sir) William 263

Lloyd: Edward 102; John 5; Mary Charlotte 163, 166; Morgan
-, 154; Nathaniel 100; Sampson Samuel 152; family 30

a Lloyd-Jones, David 393

Lobb, Joel 6

b Lobb, Henry 6, 29, 30, 40, 41, 42

Lobb, Thomas 30, 40, 42

b Lobb, William 6, 29, 30, 40, 41, 42; his w. 41

Lo(b)b's Fields 30, Pl. 1

Local Government Board 353, 356, 358, 360

Lock, Isaac 80

Lock-keeper's cottage (Kensington Canal) 287, 326, fig. 130, Pl. 115c

a Lockwood and Mawson 393, 394

Lockyer, Sir Norman 310

Lodge, The, Earl's Court Road 273

Lodges 114, 258, 264, 273, 309, fig. 107, Pls. 107c, 110a

Loftie, W.J. (cited) 67, 72

Logan, William George 191

Logan Mews 282, fig. 105

Logan Place 280, 282, fig. 105, Pl. 116a

Lombardini, Rev. A 361

London, Bishops of see Blomfield, Charles James; Jackson, John;
-, Tait, A.C.; Temple, Frederick
-, estate of (Paddington) 251

London, Brighton and South coast Railwasy 117. Street 326

London, City and Westminster Bank, Kensington High Street 261

London, George 396

London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art 290; experimental theatre for 282

London and Bimingham Railway see London and North Western Railway

London and county Bank 225–34 passim 372, 382, 405
-, premises: Nos. 195–201 Earl's Court Road 222, fig. 99;
-, Lombard Street 227; Nos. 1 and 1A Kensington High Street
-, 69, 76, 81, Pl. 30a, c

London and Eastern Bank 234

London and Liverpool Insurance Company 145, 146

London and North Western Railway (formerly London and Birmingham Railway) 242, 324, 325, 326; Estate Office 81

London and South Western Railway 326

London Assurance Corporation (Company) 207, 274–5, 405

London Assurance Loan Company 243

London Counrty Council (L.C.C.)
-, and building/applications 46, 49, 69–70, 104, 167
-, 259, 273, 298, 314, 359 408; and London Squares Presxervation Acts 259, 260; and public housing 52–3, 108, 409; and
-, road improvements 92, 104, 288, 359; and St. Mary Abbots
-, Hospital 361, 362–3; other refs. 103, 148, 287, 307, 358;see
-, also Blue Plaques

London Exhibitions Ltd. 334, 336

London Forum (formerly Londaon Penta) Hotel, Cromwell Road
-, 172, 175, 182, 338, Pl. 74b, c

London Hydraulic Power Company 68, 73, 75–6, 361

London International Hotel, Cromwell Road 338

London Oratory 367–8, 368, 399

London Passenger Transport Board 327, 331, 337

London Penta Hotel, Cromwell Road see London Forum Hotel

London Reconstruction Lte. 128

London Regional Transport 183, 337

London School Board 72, 288

London Squares, Royal Commission on (1927) 260

London Squares and Enclosures (Preservation) Act (1906) 259, 260

London Squares and Preservation Act (1931) 260

London Streets and Building Bill, Select Committee on (1894) 305

London Tara Hotel, Wright's Lane 9, 99, 100, 107, 108, 338, Pl. 44a

London Transport 85, 331, 337, 338; transformer building, McLeod's Mews 341

London West-End Railway 324

Long: Edward 47; George 109; Robert Furniss 144, 145, 146; Robert Whatkinson 143, 144, 145, 146

Lond Mead 151

Longbottom, Richard 3, 32

Longridge Road 247, 248, 300, 302–3, Pl. 121b

Lonsdale Square, Islington 143

Lord Ranelagh p.h., Old Brompton Road 300, 316, 317

Lorne Gardens 286n.

Loseley House, Surrey. chimneypiece 103, Pl. 41d

Lothair 106

Louis Philippe, King 60

Louise, Princess 108, 355

a Lovatt, Henry 68–9, 69, 72, 73, 74, 75, 392

Love Lane 56, 60, 121, 139, 141, (No. 1A), 151, 158, figs. 18, 64

b Loveday, John 215

Lower Newland Terrace 113

Lowinsky, Thomas and w. 44

Lowther, John Philip 317

a Lucas and Sons 12, 22, 134

b Lucas Brothers 327

c Lucchesi, Andrea C. 373

Lucena, Mrs. Anne Marie 69, 70

a Luder, Owen (Partnership) 146, 223

Lugar, Robert 273

Lugwardine Tile Works 355

Luke, Rev. W. H. C. 380

Lunatic asylums 61–2, 197

Lushington, Vernon 41

Lutyens: Benjamin, Christiana (née Mair) and Frederica 100

a Lutyens: (Sir) Edwin 167; Robert 41

Lymington, Viscount (s. of 1st Earl of Portsmouth) and w. 100

Lyndhurst Gardens, Hampstead (No. 26) 208n.

Lynpad Investment Company Ltd. 81

Lyon, Thomas 308, 312, 404

Lyons, Joseph 334

Lyons Corner House, Kensington High Street 115–16

Lytham House, St. Alban's Grove 141, 143, 147, Pl. 55c

c Mabey, C.H. 96

a Macalpine, John 214

a McAlpine, Sir Robert, and Sons 108, 182, 275, 337

Macartney, Mervyn 45, 303, 383, 405, 406, 407

Maccartney, Gen. George 2, 2n.

Macclesfield, 1st Earl of 3

b McClymont, Alexander see Corbett, William, and McClymont, Alexander

MacColl, Rev. Dugald and D.S. 303

b McCormick and Sons 81

a McCulloch, James Moore 105, 233n., 392

Macdonald, George 258

a McGill, William 70

MacGregor, Alexander 193

Machin, John 110

MacInnes, Colin 275

McInnes, Robert 143

Mackail, Prof. John William 51, 275

Mackay, Charles 303

Macken, Falconer 135

Mackey, Compton 307

Mackey, John William 67

Macklin Street, St. Giles-in-the-Fields 30

a Mackmurdo and Horne 165

McLaren, Charles Benjamin Bright (1st Baron Aberconway) 191

a MacLaren, James M. 258, 313, 392

Machean, Sir Hector, 7th Bart. 113

McLeod, Sir Donald 340

McLeod's Mews 340, 341, fig.136

Macneill, Sir John 14

MacOwan, Michael 282

MacOwan Theatre 282

Madeley House, Kensington Road 117, 118, fig. 18

Madhouse System, The 61–2

Madworth, R. 273

Magasin au Printemps, Paris 92

Maid of Honour Row, Derry Street 30n.

b Maides and Harper 383

Maine: Sir Henry Summer 152; Jonathan 6

Mair: Mrs. (probably 2nd w. of william) 59; Christiana 100; Elizabeth (w. of william) 100; William 59, 100, 102

Maisonettes Hotel, De Vere Gardens 128

Maitland, F. W. 171

Makins, Henry Francis 199

Malcolm: Beatrice 166;William 121

Malcolm's Nursery 121, Pls. 2a, 46d

Mall Terrace 232n.

Mallows, C. E. (quoted) 72

Malthouse 215

_Malvern Villa, Eldon Road 143–4

a Manasseh, Leonard, and Partners 182

c Mander, Noel (of N.P. Mander Ltd.) 384

Manning, Henry Cardinal Archbishop 105, 106, 332, 387, 388

a Maning, Michael P. (of Manning and Simpson) 170, 406

Manor House, Earl's Court Road 239, 241 Pl. 106

Manor House Road see Earl's Court Gardens

Manor Terrace see Kenway Road, Nos. 35–71

Manor Terrace, King;s Road, Chelsea 216

Mansell, G. T. 223

b Mansell, R., Ltd. 309

Mansfield, Mary Ann Henrietta 100

a Mansford, Frederick Herbert 310

Mansions, The, Earl's Court Road 206, 207, 210, 213, Pl. 95a

Mansions, The Old Brompton Road 314

Mansions Estate Company 104

Mansions 1st Earl (estate in Bath) 112

Mara, Gertrud Elisabeth 158

Maria Assumpta College, Kensington Square 29

Marie-Eugénie, Mother (Anne-Eugénie Millerert) 27

b Margetts, Henry 2, 6, 8, 21

Marguerite d'Orléans, Princesse 28

Market Court, Kensington High Street 80, 84, Pl. 32b

Market gardens and orchards 9, 27, 105, 151, 168, 203, 219, 225. 239, 241, 261, 262, 289, 395, 396, 398, 399; see also Nurseries

Marks and Specer, Kensington High Street 97

c Markwell Associates 96

Marlborough Court, Pembroke Road 277

Marlbororugh Terrace see Victoria Road, Nos. 20–30

Marlesford Lodge, Hammersmith 356

Marloes Road107, 108, 228, 234, 238, 298, 299, 343, 359, figs. 34, 100, 118, Pl. 102a
-, drinking-fountiain 359; nomenclature 292, 343n.
-, East side
-, Nos. 1A, 2A 291, 292; Nos. 2–26 (even) 292; flats at north
-, end 107, 108; see also Cromwell Hospital; St. Mary Abbot's
-, Hospital
-, West side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–35 292, 299 (Nos. 1, 3); No. 37 (Devonshire Arms p.h.) 228, 235, Pl. 102a; Nos. 39–67 (formerly Devonshire Terrace) 228, 234, 238, 343n., Pl. 102a

Marochetti, Baron 328

Marquis of Granby p.h., Kensington High Street 78, 81

Marriott, W.

a Marshall, Ernest William 54, 282

Marshall, Thomas F. 135

b Marshall Andrews and Company 167

Marshall Field's Store, Chicago 93

Marshalsea Prison 112

b Marsland, John, and Sons 54, 262, 282

b Marshon, W.J. (and Son) 223

b Marter, Joseph 291

a Martin, Barry J., and Partners 288

a Martin, G. D. 42

Martin: Lady (w. of Sir Theodore) 189; John (fl. 1721) 101; John (fl 1850) 219; Sir Theodore 189, 328

a Martin, Wells and Company 53, 181, 221, 222

Mary II 2; portrait of 16

Mary George House, Cromwell Road 342

Mary Place, Notting Hill, Workhouse in 343, 352, 354, 355, 356 357, 361

a Masefield Partners 316

Mason: John 134;Thomas 229n.

Masters, Mr. (fl 1698) 21

Mathew: Sir James Charles 153; his w. 44n.

a Mathews, J. Douglass 108

b Mathias, Thomas 229n.

a Matthew, Robert 41

b Matthews, H. A. 206, 208

b Matthews, J. 214

b Maudslay, Sons and Field 335

Mawson, Matthias (Bishop of Chichester, latere of Ely) 3, 21, 27

a Mayell, Webb and Hart 213

c Mayer and Company 385

Mayers, Thomas 139

Mayfield Place 232n.

Mayhew, Henry 12

b Mayhew, James 219

Mazarin, Duchess of 2, 18n., 21

Mead, George Edward 286n.

Meadows, Sir Philip, the younger 3n

b Mears: Joseph 206, 208, 213, 214, 412; Joseph T., and J.T.
-, Mears Ltd. 260

a Measures, Harry B. 109, 156, 164, 208, 212, 214, 407

Medway (river) 264

Melbourne Villa see under Earl's Court Road

Melbury Road 142

Melville Cottage, Canning Place 121, fig. 42

Memen, Dr. Guy 46

Menageries 197, 241

Mengoni, Giuseppi 63

Mercantile Discount Company 62

Merigeot, Daniel, and w. 32

Merivale, Herman 152

Merriman: J.W.C. 44; James Nathaniel 14, 49; Jane (née Hardwick) 45; John, the elder 45, 48; John, the younger 45, 48; John James 12, 45; Thomas Hardwick 48

Merrington House, Old Brompton Road 202, fig. 87

Merrington Houses (Nos. 1 and 2 Old Brompton Road) 214

Merton Road (now part of Kelso Place) 144, 145, 146, Pl. 59a

a Metcalf, Henry 104, 105

Mathodiest Chapel, Warwick Gardens 368, 393–4, Pl. 151d

Methwold, Thomas 45

Methwold's Almshouses 45

Metropolis Churches Fund 365

Metropolis Local Management Act 127

Metropolitan Asylums Board 350, 361

Metropolitan Benfit Societies' Asylum, Balls Pond Road 347

Metropolitan Board of Works 63, 103, 408; and frontage lines 311, 340; and iron churches 367, 371; and Kensington Improvement scheme 83, 84, 235, 408; sewer constructed by 131; and size and types of houses 171, 221, 235, 296; and street layouts 118, 164, 206, 274, 289, 291, 295, 300, 304, 312, 317, 318, 406; and street naming 118, 235, 340, 408

Metropolitan Buildings Office 122

Metropolitan Commissioners of Sewers 80, 266

Metropolitan District Railwya (now District Line) (and Company) 85, 145, 153, 168, 203, 220. 221, 222, 224, 245, 289, 300, 316, 322, 326, 327–9, 331–7 passim, 339, 342, 380, 401–2, fig. 131
-, construction of 241, 245, 316, 327, 328, Pls. 130, 134; stations 28, 85, 87, 92, 168, 172, 183, 220, 326, 327, 328, 329, 331, figs. 131–2, Pls. 130b, 131–3

Metropolitan Fire Brigaded 84

Metropolitan Ground Rents 246–7

Metropolitan House and Investment Agency Ltd. 262

Metropolitan Police 262, 321

Metropolitan Poor Law Act 350

Metropolitan Railway (now part of the Circle Line) (and Company) 9, 28, 35, 85, 145, 153, 168, 235, 245, 289, 322, 327–9, 335, 339–41 passim, 391, 393, 401, 402, fig. 131
-, construction of 327, 328, Pls. 130. 134; stations 28, 85, 87, 92, 168, 172, 183, 327, 328, 329, 331, figs. 131–2, Pls. 44a, 130b, 131

Mewhurn, G. R. 51, 53

a Mesès and Davis 389–90

Mews, stables and coach-houses 6, 47, 69, 74, 101, 109, 113, 126, 128–9, 134, 146, 147, 156, 170–5 passim, 181,185, 205, 233, 251, 256, 257–8, 261, 282, 285, 289–92 passim, 294–7 passim, 299, 304, 310, 312, 317, 318, 319, 340, 341–2, 402, 413, Pls. 48–9, 64a, c, 73c, e, 96
-, change in demand for 126, 128, 233, 319, 402, 413; conversions 74, 109, 128–9, 156–7, 175, 210, 299, 310, 341, 402, 407, 413, Pls. 48–9, 64c, 96d, e; for particualr houses 12, 19, 23–4, 26, 30, 40, 42, 45, 47, 102, 107, 158, 171, 294, figs. 9, 46, Pl. 19c; Kensington Vestry stables 280, 283; mews arches 134, 154, 181, 205, 342, figs. 49, 70, 88, Pl. 64a, c; numbers of 170, 204, 205; occupation of 69, 247, 317; proposed but not built 161, 164, 206; see also Livery stables

Middlesex County Council 288

Midland Bank, Kensington High Street 261

Midland Bank Land and Investment Corportation 312, 405

Midland Railway 103, 108; coal yards and deports 85, 108, 146 329, 331, fig. 131, Pl. 3

Milan (Galleria Vittorio Emanuele) 63

Milan, City of, Imporvements Company 63

Miles, Sir Philip J. w. 153

Milestone Hotel 72

Mill, John Stuart 24, 67

b Miller, George 229n.

a Miller, H.M. 75

Milleret, Anne-Eugénie (Mother Marie-Eugénie) 27

a Milne, Oswald 394

Milner: Bishop 82; H.F. 333, 334; Philip 5; Richard 30, 38

a Milner and Craze 367; see also Craze, Romilly

b Mineard: Edwin 320, 321; George Edward 164, 164n., 165, 220, 245, 294, 302, 318–21, 371, 403; Harry 320

b Mineard and Cumming Ltd. 320–1; see alsoCumming, S.A.

Mineral Hill, Nevada (Silver Mine) 63

b Minter, F. G., Ltd. 214

Minton tiles 84, 175, 291, 369, 377, 383, 385

Mitchell, William 135

Mivart, Prof. St. George Jackson 106

Model lodging houses 285, 286, 331

a Moffatt, W. B. 368

Moiety Road (now Warwick Road, q.v.) 282

b Moir, Frederick 51–2

b Moir, Wallis and Company 147

Monet, Claude 113, 135

Monmouth, Duchess of (w. of 1st Duke) 102

Monmouth House, Soho Square 5, 24

b Monoyer Construction Company 390

a Monson, Edward, junior 109, 221

Montagu, Gerald and Louis Samuel (and Lord Swaythling) 74

a Montagu, Evans and Son 143

Montague Street, Bloomsbury 249, 251

Monteth, Mrs. Elizabeth 14

Montgomery: Sir Robert 152; Viscount (William Herbert, later 3rd Marquess of Powis) 13

a Moore, David 142, 143

Moore, John Collingham 14

a Moreing, Charles 141, 164

Morgan, Edward Vaughan (of Morgan Crucible Company) 184, 187

a Morgan, Guy, and Partners 182

a Morley and Letts 224

Mornington Crescent, St. Pancras 260

b Morris, Charles James 133

a Morrison, Rose and Partners 54, 299

Morton, Thomas 135

Morton Mews 205, 214, fig. 82

Moscow Mansions, Cromwell Road 297–8, Pl. 116c

Moss, Thomas 103

Mosse, George Andrew 146

b Mouchel, L. G., and Partners 337

b Mowlem, John, and Company 141, 149, 284

a Moxon, William 223, 224

b Moy, Joseph William 314

Müller (pictures by at Düsseldorf) 373

a Mullett, F. F. 353

Multi-storey car park, Young Street 47

Mulwarrie House, Lexham Gardens 290

Munden, William 32, 46, 47, 79

‘Munich’ glass 385

Murray: John 92–3; Hon. Mrs. Sarah 25, 27

a Murrell and Pigot 277, 315

Muschamp: Ambrose 110; James 110; William, the younger 99; family (lands of) 5, 55, 56, 60, 110

Muthesius, Hermann 411

b Myers: David 206, 207, 213, 296–7; George (and Sons) 349, 368–9, 375, 378

b Myers and Company 296–7

Mylne, Robert 197

Nabuco, Joaquim 154

Nairn, Ian 167

Napier, Lady (fl. 1690–2) 41

Napoleonic invasion and Edwardes Square, discussed 249

b Narraway, Daniel 21

Nash, John 264

b Nash, Walter 320, 380

National Assurance Company 234

National Freehold Land Society see National Permanent Mutual Benefit Building Society

National Gallery (intended removal to Kensington) 146

National Industrial Home for Crippled Boys, Wright's Lane 107–8, Pl. 42a

National Permanent Mutual Benefit Builiding Society (National Feehold Land Society) 154, 179, 308, 405

National Provincial Bank (Nos. 55–61 Kensington High Street) 81, Pl. 30b

National Society 366

National Training School for Music 403

National Trust 39

National Westminster Bank 225; premises at Nos.195–201 Earl's Court Road 222, fig. 99

Natural History Museum 146

Navet, Thais 157

Nazarian (formerly Abrahamian), Dr. Abel 289, 390

Neat Houses 395

Nelson: Mrs. 194; John Marsh 141

‘Neper’, Lady (fl. 1690–2) 41

‘Nero or the Destruction of Rome’ 334

Nevern Mansions, Warwick Road 210, 300, 309, 320–1, fig. 121, Pl. 122b

Nevern Place (formerly Fopstone Road) 300, 303–4, fig. 122

Nevern Road 287, 300, 302

Nevern Square 245, 247, 300, 304–7, 320 400, 405, fig. 121, 124, Pls. 121c, 122

Neville Street 396

Neville Terrace 396; Baptist chapel in 368

New Apostolic Church, Warwick Gardens 267

New Court, Kensington High Street 80

New North Row see Kenway Road, Nos. 15–33

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

New Tavern Yard, Kensington High Street 78, 80

New York: Rockefeller Center 337; Saks' Fifth Avenue store 93

Newark, Lord (estate in Bath) 112

Newbolt, Sir Henry 140, 258

a Newcombe, Sydney 235, 274

Newenham, Frederick 21

Newland Gardens (intended name for Wynstay Gardens) 114

Newland park, Buckinghamshire 111, 112

Newland Place, Kensington High Street 110, fig. 36

Newland Place Street see Abingdon Road

Newland (or Upper Newland) Terrace, Kensington High Street 113, 273, fig. 36

b Newman, A., and Company 70

a Newman, Levison and Partners 54

Newmand and Lyon 287, 308, 312, 404

a Newton: Ernest 383; H. I. 85

Newton, Sir Isaac 2, 100, 105, 107

b Newton, John 282

a Nichols, Daniel Cubitt 243, 245, 296, 304, 305, 314, 320, 406

a Nicholson, Sir Charles 380, 387

Nickleby, Ralph 112

b Nightingale, B. E. 174

Nightingale, Florence 350, 352

a Nixon, L. H. 267, 275

b Nixon, W. J., and Sons 66

Noble, Michael 22

Noel: Gerard Noel (formerly Gerard Noel Edwards) 56, 58, 58n., 60, 110, 137; his estate figs. 18 and 36; Lady Jane (d. of 4th Earl of Gainsborough) 110; family 121

Noel House, Kensington Road 25, 58, 121, fig. 18

b Nokes, George 225–34 passim, 392; his w. 228

b Nokes, james Wright 225, 228, 230, 232n., 233, 233n., 234

Nokes: Walter 234; William 105, 225, 228, 234; family 225, 233

Nonconformist church-building in southern Kensington, discussed 368

Norfolk, 15th Duke of 106, 331, 332

Norland estate 410

Norman: Sir Henry 298; Ronald 148

North Row (now part of Kenway road, q.v.) 215–16

Northgate House, Earl's Court Square 316

Notting Dale 401, 409

Notting Hill 391, 404, 410

Notting Hill Gate 395

Nottingham House see Kensington Palace

‘Nouveau-Viking style’ 373

Novosielski, Michael 407

b Nowell and Robson, 84, 298

b Nurse, Richmond 104

Nurseries 56, 82–3, 121, 395–6. Pls. 1, 2a, 46d; see also Market gardens and orchards

Oak Villa (Oakville), Old Brompton Road 202, fig. 87

Observatories 25, 193

a O'Connor, — 385

a O'Driscoll, — 332

Offord, Joseph 181

Ogila-Sa (‘Red Shirt’), Chief 332

Ogilvy, John Francis 194

Old Bailey 21

Old Brompton 395

Old Brompton Road (part west of Earl's Court road formerly Richmond Road) 201–3, 204, 214, 239, 310–11, 316, 402, 412, figs. 65, 82–3, 121, Pl. 127b
-, Boltons p.h. 314, Pl. 127a; Bromptons p.h. 317; Chaps p.h. 317; Clarence p.h. 205; Clarence Villa 202, fig. 87; Clareville 159–60, fig. 64, Pl. 65a; Clifton House 137; Coleherne Mansions (Nos. 226–230) 207, 210, 214, Pl. 88b; Hunter House 317; Lord Ranelagh p.h.300, 316, 317; Mansions, The 314; Merrington House 202, fig. 87; Merrington Houses (now Nos. 202, 204), 202, 214; Oak Villa (Oakville) 202, fig. 87; Redcliffe Close 315; Rich Terrace 243, 300, 311, 314, 315; Richmond Arms p.h. 317, Pl. 127b; richmond Mansions 243, 314; Roland Mansions 165, Pl. 69c; Rosary, The 159, fig. 64, Pl. 65b, c; Sussex Terrace 139; West Brompton Station 326, 327, 329, 331, 401, fig. 131, Pl. 133c; Western House 202, fig. 87; Wetherby Terrace (Nos. 232–246) 202–3, 207, 213, 214
-, see also Brompton Villa; Gledhow Gardens, Nos. 1–9 (consec.)
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 142–146 165, Pl. 69c; Nos. 148–176 205 (No. 148), 207, 214, Pl. 89b (Nos. 158–174); No. 194 207, 209, 213, Pl. 87a; Nos. 198–200 207, 214, Pl. 88c; Nos. 202–204 202, 214; Nos. 206–210 (present building) 214; Nos. 208–210 (dem.) 202; Nos. 212–246 202 (No. 212), 207 (Nos. 212–246), 212 (Nos. 224, 226), 214, Pl. 88b (Nos. 226, 228); No. 284 315; Nos. 294–350 316, 317
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 239–279 412

Old Court, Kensington High Street 80

Old Court Place (fire station) 84

Old Court Suburb 1–4

Old Court Suburb , The (Leigh Hunt) 249

Old Manor House 241

Old Manor Yard 310

Old Three Tuns, Kensington High Street 78, 81

b Oldfield, Simon 42

Oldys, William 3, 44

O'Leary, John 317

Oliver, Frederick Scott 37

Olsson, Julius 181

Olympia 334; station see Kensington (Olympia) Station

Omnibuses and depot 48, 336, 402

O'Neill: G. B. 49, 49n.; Norman 49, 258, 273

Onslow: Arthur 59; Foot 3, 59

Onslow Gardens 399

Onslow Square 167, 187 (No. 1), 328, 399, 411

Onyx, use of 96

Orange Grove, Bath 6

Oratory, Brompton 382, 389

Orbell's Buildings 2, 100

Orchard Street 300

a Ordish, R. M. 108, 329

Organs (domestic) 193

Oriental Bank 234

Orpen, Sir William 309

Orpen House, Trebovir Road 309

a Orr, W. Paton, and Partners 310

b Osborn, John 133

Osborne, Capt. C. A. 127

Osten Mews 340, 341–2

Our Lady of Victories, Church of (sometime Pro-Cathedral of Westminster) 106, 116, 355, 368, 387–9, 391, fig. 155, Pl. 149; presbytery 116, 389

‘Our Naval Victories’ 335

Overend and Gurney 63

Ovrseas Visitors Club, Templeton Place 248

Overton, Mr. Justice 102

Ovington Gardens 407

Ovington Square 405

Oxford: 6th Earl of (Robert de Vere) 78; Matilda, Countess of 322n.

Oxford Gardens 106, 412

Paddington: Board of Guardians 343; Borough 399; Station 326

Paddock, The 147

Page, Samuel 80

Palace Club (name) 67

Palace Gate 121, 124, 125, 127, 128, 129, 131, 399, 401; No. 8 68, 119

Palace Place 80, fig. 28

Palace Place Mansions, Kensington Court 69

Palace Stables 109

Paley F. A. 106

a Palgrave and Company 235

Palliser, Sir William 311, 312, 313, 316, 405

b Palmer, John 219

Palmer, Samuel 121, 121n., 141

b Pankhurst, Thomas Hinckley 104

Pannett, William 13

b Pargeter, Richard and Thomas 206, 207, 213, 214, 377

Paris: Erard's piano manufactory 280; Exhibition of 1924 98; Great Wheel 335; Magasin an Printemps 92; Salle Erard 280

‘Paris Hippodrome’ 335

Parishes, new, establishment of 365, 366, 370, 376, 379

b Park, Thomas Josiah 113, 116, 261

Park House (No. 227 Earl's Court Road) 201, 213

Park Place Newland Street 113

Park Terrace see Cope Place, North side

Park Villa (No. 34 Victoria Road) 142

b Parker: Francis 46; George, and Sons 263

a Parker, T. R. 294

Parker, Sir Thomas (later 1st Earl of Macclesfield) 3

b Parker, W. J. 313–14

b Parkin, George 317

b Parkinson, S. N. 219

a Parnell, C. O. 226–7, 229, 234–346

Parry, C. Hubert (Sir Hubert) 24; his w. and dau. 24

Parsonage Lane, Bath 112

Partridge, John 13

b Partridge, William 6, 16, 32, 42; his w. 42

Pater, Walter 258

Pater Street (formerly Warwick, previously Sutton, Street) 110–11, 113, 116, 261, 409, fig. 36; Abingdon Mansions and Warwick Chambers 116

Paternoster, Richard 61–2

b Patrick, Mark 141

Paupers, classification of 345, 347, 349

Pavia, Certosa di 373

a Pawley, C. J. C. 104

b Pawsey, William 232n., 233n.

Payne: John Horne 12, 18, 22, 25; Richard 14; Robert 200

Peacock, Sir Barnes 152

a Peacock, Joseph 168, 367, 376, 384–7 passim

Pear Tree Cottage, Pembroke Square 274

b Pearce, — 142

Pearce, Charles James 141

b Pearson, Edward 286n.

Pearson, Rev. Harry 369

a Pearson, Brown and Company 373

Pebbledash 281

a Peck, Henry W. 147

Pecksniff, Mr. 159

a Peczenik, Charles E. 108

a Peebles, Alexander 87

Peel Street 269

b Peirson, Stephen 219

Pelham, James 3–4

Pelham Crescent 396, 406, 410

Pelham Place 396

Pemberton House, Kensington High Street 98

Pembridge Crescent 290, 291

Pembridge Place 283

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

Pembroke Cottages 258, 271, 273, Pl. 110d

Pembroke Cottages South (now Nos. 1 and 2 Pembroke Villas) 270–1

Pembroke Court, Edwardes Square 258

Pembroke Gardens 247, 257, 267, 274–5, 382, 394, fig. 105, Pl. 114
-, Pembroke Lodge 275; Nos. 1–12 (dem.) 274–5; Nos. 1–7 (present houses on site) 275, Pl. 114c; Nos. 8–12 (present) 275; Nos. 13–27 274–5, Pl. 114b; Nos. 28–30 275; Nos. 31–34 267, Pl. 114a; No. 35 (Garibaldi Villa) 266, 274, 275, 285, fig. 112
-, see also Pembroke Studios; Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Warwick Gardens

Pembroke Gardens Close 274, 275

Pembroke Lodge, Pembroke Gardens 275

Pembroke Mews 261, 262, fig. 105

Pembroke Place 247, 261, fig. 105

Pembroke Road 235, 243, 244, 247, 268, 273, 275, 276–82, 283, fig. 105, Pl. 111a
-, Barker's depositories 280, 281, 284; Central Depot 283–4, 409, Pls. 115d, e; Chatsworth Court 277; Erard's piano factory 277–80, 281, 286, fig. 116; Kensington Arms p.h. 244, 267, 281, 283, Pl. 113a; Marlborough Court 277
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2A, 2B 274; Nos. 2–8 (formerly Belmont Villas) 281, Pl. 111a; Nos. 10–22 281; Nos 24–48 (dem.) 281; Nos. 24–48 (present) 275; Nos. 50–76 281; Nos. 78 281–2; No. 80 281, 282; No. 82 281, Pl. 113a
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–27 (formerly 1–14 (consec.) dem.) 276–7; Nos. 29, 31 (formerly 15, 16) 276–7; No. 33 (formerly 17) 277; No. 35 (formerly 18; ;dem.) 277; No. 37 (formerly 19, dem.) 277, 280

Pembroke Square 299, 242, 243, 257, 268–74, 405, 408, 410, figs. 105, 113, Pls. 110b, 111b
-, builders addresses in 141, 229; garden 273–4; proposed redevelopment, west side 275; residents 273; social character 247

Pembroke Studios 262, 276, figs. 105, 114–15

Pembroke Terrace see under Earl's Court Road

Pembroke Villas 247, 268, 270–1, 273, 275, fig. 105

Pembroke Walk 271, 274, fig. 105

Pembroke Walk Studios 274, fig. 105

Pembrokeshire: Edwardes family's estates in 239, 245, 246, 318; street-names connected with 292, 300, 302, 308

a Penn, C. 213

Pennant Mews 291, 299, fig. 118

Pennefather, A. R. 107

Pennington, Rev. Walter 366, 370, 371, 383

a Pennington and Bridgen 358

b Pensom, Messrs. 291

Penta Hotel see London Forum Hotel

Penywern Road 247, 248, 300, 309, 310, 411, fig. 121

Pepperell, Rev. William (quoted or cited) 354, 365, 366–7, 368, 376, 385, 392, 393, 394

Pepys: Samuel 1, 78; William Hasledine 258

b Perfect, Edmund 232n.

b Perrin, William 59

a Perry, J. T. 69

b Perry and Company 165

Persian Princes, visit of, to Workhouse and Infirmary 353

Perugia (Palazzo dei Signori) 332–3

Petersham Terrace, Gloucester Road 171

b Peto, Basil Edward 184, 332

Peto, Brassey and Company 228

a Peto, Harold Ainsworth 140, 179, 184–5, 187, 189, 191, 193, 194, 205, 206, 213, 407; see also George, Ernest, and Peto

Peto: Morton Kelsall 184; Samuel Arthur 184, 189; Sir Samuel Morton 184

b Peto, William Herbert 184, 193, 194–5

b Peto and Betts 327

b Peto Brothers 184, 185, 187, 189, 191, 194, 195, 206, 213, 214, 332, 407

Petre, 12the Baron 106

Pettis (shop) 87

Petty France, workhouse in 347, 349

Pheasantry, Kensington High Street 38

Philbeach Crescent (now Philbeach Gardens, q.v.) 318

Philbeach Gardens 164n., 245, 300, 318–20, 321, 333, 373, 400, 412, figs. 121, 128, Pls 123a, b; No. 50 see St. Cuthbert's Church Clergy House; Nos. 51 see Philbeach Hall; see also St. Cuthbert's Church

Philbeach Hall (No. 51 Philbeach Gardens) 320n., 370, 373

Philippe, J. A. 109

Phillimore: Anna 114; Rev. Joseph 110, 114; Mary 110; family 110, 115, 391

Phillimore estate, Kensington: north side or High Street 110, 290; south side of High Street 113, 114, 115

Phillimore Gardens 290, 291; No. 7 290, 291

Phillimore Place 395

Phillimore Terrace, Allen Street 114, fig. 36, Pl. 42c

a Phillips, John 271

Philp, Dr. Francis 59, 62

a Phipps, Paul 394

Photo-relief Printing Company 158

Piano (designed by T. G. Jackson) 72

Piano- and keybord-instrument making 151, 219, 234, 277–80; see also Broadwood and Erard

Pibworth, Charles J. 166

Piccadilly Line 183, 210, 329, 331

a Pickard, Alfred 332

b Pickard, J. T. 346

Pickering, Sir Gilbert 25

Pierrepont, Lady (fl. 1711–21) 19, 22

b Pike, Thomas 269, 270

Pilditch, Rev. J. 354, 355

a Pilditch, Philip E. 88, 280–1

a Pilkington, F. T. 108

Pimlico 395, 403

Pinelas, Edward 183

Pingle, The 223, fig. 84

b Pink, Thomas, and Company 263

Pinto, Eugene 194

a Pite Son and Fairweather 238

Pitt, George 22

Pitt-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane Fox 310

Pius IX, Pope 106

Plaistow 227, 228; infirmary 356, 358

Planning and Development (of Knightsbridge) 167

Plaskett, John 268

a Plater, Eli 295

Plews, Thomas 290

Pochin, Henry 191

Pocock, W. W. 407

Poetry Soceity 316

Police: as caretakers 156; stabling for 109; stations 262

Political Register 82

Pomeroy, Frederick W. 21,22

Ponsonby, R. C. 70

Ponsonby of Shulbrede, 1st Baron (Arthur Ponsonby) 21, 24; his w. 24

Pont Street (Nos. 42–58) 68

Ponting: John Jones 91; Sydney 86, 91, 107; Thomas (and firm) 91; William 91

Ponting Brothers 91

Pontings 85, 86, 87, 88, 91–2, 93, 96, 98, 102, 103, Pls. 35a, d

Poole, John 100

Poole Pottery 361

Poor Law: Amendment Act (1834) 343; Commissioners (or Board) 343, 344, 345, 346, 348, 352, 353; Inspectors 349; see also Kensington Board of Guardians, Kensington (Union) Workhouse, and St. Margaret and St. John, Westminster, Workhouse of

Population 366, 367, 395

Porden, William 410

Porter: Miss 27; Mr. 4

Porticoes and porches 140, 208, 228, 233, 410

Portland cement 154, 294, 332

Portland Cottages 311, 314

Portland Place 246

Portman estate 258

Post Offices: Earl's Court Road 222; Kensington High Street 260; Young Street 47, Pl. 20c

Potter (later Webb), Beatrice 342

Potter, Beatrix 164n., 191

b Potter, William 110n.

Potteries (North Kensington) 409

Poultney, Robert 47

Pound Field 196, 197, 215, 223, 224, fig. 84

Poupart, James 396

a Powell: James, and Sons (Powells) 369, 377; W. O. and C. 386

a Power: Cyril E. 373; M. E. (of Power and Wheeler) 353–4

Powis, 3rd Marquess of (William Herbert) 13

a Pownall, George 170, 172, 174, 175, 406

Poynter, Edward 43

Poynton, William Boulton 196

Pratt, Sir John 3, 19, 24

Prefabrication 286 (housing), 337 (air terminal)

Presbyterian Chapel (now Russian Orthodox Church), Emperor's Gate 368, 393, fig. 159, Pl. 151b

b Preston, Richard 110n.

Price: Lady 207; Frederick George Hilton 195

Price's Patent Candle Company 82, 219

Primrose, General Gilbert 25

Prince of Teck p.h., Earl's Court Road 219, 220, 221–2, fig. 98, Pl. 101d

Prince of Wales Terrace 56, 62, 63, 117–20, 124, 399, figs. 39, 40, 41, Pls. 25, 46a–c, 55a

Princess Victoria p.h., Earl's Court Road 110–11, Pl. 43b

Priory, The, Earl's Court Road 201, fig. 87

Priory Walk 224

Pritchard, Charless 35

b Pritchard: Daniel 323; George 110

Private Patronage Act 370–1

Promenade, The, Kensington High Street 103

a Property Service Agency 47, 53; see also Public Buildings and Works, Ministry of and Works, office of

Prospect Cottage, Earl's Court Road 201, fig. 87

Providence Terrace see Kenway Road, Nos. 35–71

Provident Clerks' Mutual Life Assurance Association 353

Provident Life Office 405

Prudential Assurance Company 157, 247, 267, 273, 275, 281, 394

a Prynne, G. H. Fellowes 380

Public Buildings and Works, Ministry of 287; see also Property Services Agency and Works, Office of

Public houses, inns and taverns 1, 30, 47, 78, 79, 80, 110, 114, 170, 205, 221, 227, 317, 395; see also individual public houses, inns and taverns under their own names and under streets

Pulteney, William 197

Pumping station (for hydraulic mains) 68

‘Punch's Railway’ 325

Purvis, Admiral Charles Wager 24, 32

Queen Anne's Mansions, Westminster 128

Queen Elizabeth College, Campden Hill 20

Queen of Spades (Pushkin) 60

Queen's Chapel, St. James's 25

Queen's Court, Earl's Court Exhibition 335

Queen's Gate 294, 295, 378, 399, 407, 411 Albert Houses 411; No. 26 410; No. 88 187; No. 170 299; see also ST. Augustine's Church

Queen's Gate Gardens (area) 168, 170, 173, 208

Queen's Gate Hall, Harrington Road 394

Queen's Gate Place 125, 207, 410 (No. 1)

Queen's Gate Terrace 63 (No. 41), 125, 152 (Nos. 58 and 59), 181 (South Kensington Hotel), 294

Queen's Palace, Earl's Court Exhibition 335

Queen's Park estate, Kensal Green 399

Racine (scenes from performed in Kensington) 43

Racks estate 110

Radcliffe: Alexander Nelson 38–9, 45, 46; Dr. John 42

Radclyffe, Henry 353

Radford, Francis 408

b Radford, William 206, 208, 210, 213, 214

b Radford, family 404

Radley Mews 292, 299, fig. 118; Alma Studios 298; Nos. 18–28 (consec.) 292, 294

Radnor, Letitia, Dow. Countess of (w.of 1st Earl) 26

Radnor Arms p.h., Warwick Road 287

Radnor Villas, Warwick Road 287

Railways (including Underground railways) 322, 324–31, 401–2, fig. 131, Pls 130–4
-, accident on 340; Acts of 1864 289, 300, 327; demolitions for and effects of 9, 32, 80, 83, 86, 87, 89, 103, 108, 145, 146, 152, 153, 154, 156, 168, 172, 210, 268, 300, 316, 327–8, 329, 342, 401–2; sale of land for 145, 242, 245, 298, 327–8; stations 28, 85, 87, 92, 168, 172, 183, 203, 220, 300, 316, 326, 327, 328, 329, 331, 402, fig. 132, Pls 3, 35a, 44a, 130b, 131, 132, 133; yards and sidings 85, 103, 108, 146, 244, 268, 286, 287, 325, 326, 329, 331, Pl. 3

Rama Superstores 97

a Ramsden, Omar 369

Randell, Edward 228

Rank organisation 182

Ransom, Bouverie (Messrs, Bouverie) 207, 244

Raspberry Lane 224, 380

Rassell, Charles and Henry 273

Rassell's Nursery, Earl's Court Road 273–4

Rateable value, increase in 52

a Rathbone, Thomas 101

b Rattee and Kett 386

Rattigan, Terence, and his grandfatehr 156

Revenhill Gardens (proposed name) 105

Raverat, Gwen 38

Rawlings: Brothers 173; George 173

b Rawlings Brothers Ltd. 307

Rawlinson, Lady (fl. 1707–12) 32

Rawlplug Company Ltd. 173

Rawson, Sir Rawson William 153

Raymond, Michael 150

Rea, Cecil 282

Read, Thomas lawrence 171, 173

Reade, Rev. C. J. Darby 356, 358

Real and Leasehold Estates Investment Society 235

c Rebull, Juan

Red Horse p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Red House, The, Campden Hill 194

Red Lion p.h. (formerly Lion), Kensington High Street 1, 55, 56, 78, 79, 80, fig. 28

Redcliffe Coose 315

Redcliffe Estate 311, 317, 399; Office 311

Redcliffe Gardens 311

Redcliffe Square 412

Redfern, harry (quoted) 148

Redfield (formerly Brewery) Lane 215, 217–18, 296, 297, 339, figs. 95, 118
-, Golly's Garage 296n., Pl. 121a; Nos. 1–13 (consec.) (Wallgrave Terrace) 219, Pl. 100c (Nos. 3–4); Nos. 20–38 (even 297

Redfield Mews 297

Redgrave: Richard 36, 266 (and his sisters); Samuel 36

Reed, Edward James 171

a Reed, F. H. 69

a Reeve, J. Arthur 369

Refugee camp 336

a Reid, Geoffrey, Associates 262

b Reid, William 294, 295

Regent Cinema, Brighton 93

Regent Square Church 392

Regent Street Quardrant 88

Regent's Canal and basin 264, 322

Regional Properties 183

Renderings: cement 154, 332; pebbledash 281; roughcast 175, 238, 262, 413; stucco (compo, plaster) 16, 112, 161, 179, 207, 232, 410, 412

a Rennie, (Sir) John 323

Rent Guarantee Society 234

Restaurants and (public) dining-rooms 70, 96, 109, 115, 310, 338, Pl. 126b.

Revell, Jane

Reynal, G. T. R. 268

a Reynolds, W. Bainbridge 372, 373

a Reynolds, W. Bainbridge Ltd. 380

Rhodes, James (director of London and County Bank) 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 231n., 232, 234, 382; property of fig. 100

a Rhodes, James (of Islington) 226, 227, 234

a Rhodes, Samuel 135, 227, 228, 230

a Ricardo, Halsey 127

Rice, Rev. Dr.355

b Rice, Thomas 139

Rich: Edward Henry 239; Elizabeth 239; Sir Henry 239; family 239, 243

Rich Lodge, Earl's Court Road 311, 314

Rich Terrace and Rich Terrace West (formerly Richmond Terrace), Richmond Road 243, 300, 311, 314, 315

a Richards, A. W. T. 214

Richards: Henry Charles 91; John, his w. and executors 48

Richardson, Charles 404

a Richardson, Charles James 40, 387n.

a Richardson and Gill 20, 53

a Richardson and McLaughlan 54, 213, 321

a Richardson and Waghorn 340

Richmond, 8th Duke of 197

Richmond, Joseph 221, 222; property of fig. 96

Richmond Arms p.h., Old Brompton Road 317, Pl. 127b

Richmond College 143

Richmond Gardens, Fulham 332

Richmond Mansions, Old Brompton Road 243, 314

Richmond Road see Old Brompton Road

Richmond Terrace see Rich Terrace West

Richmond Way, Shepherd's Bush (No.4) 228n.

a Rickman, T. M. 359,360

b Rider, Thomas (later T. Rider and Son) 76,143

b Ridgeway, John 141

Riding schools 123, 129, 22, fig. 42

a Ridley, Stephen Henry 347

Riley: Andalusia 72; John Athelstan Laurie 69,72

a Riley anbd Glanfield 53

Ring Theatre, Vienna75

Ritichie,Richmond 51, 165; his w. Anne (nee Thackeray) 49,51, 165

Ritz Hotel, London 389

Rivers, 1st Baron (of Sudeley Castke) 22

Rivett, Colonel John 32

Road improvement schemes 51–2, 83–5, 288

Roake, George 142

a Roberts,C.H. 214, 258, 267

b Roberts: John Robinson 170, 174, 178, 206, 207, 208, 208n., 210, 212, 214, 403; L.H. and R. 29; William Henry 164, 170, 174, 178

Robertson: Archibald David189; Charles 165

Robey, George 140

a Robins, E.C. 107, 385

Robins: Henry and George 254; John 252, 254, 256, 258, 271

a Robibnson, A.D. 150

Robinson: Alexander Ramsay32; John 102; Rev. W.C. 355; William H. 166

Robson, E.R.304

a Robson, Philip A. 380

Rockefeller Center, New York 337

b RoeF. 128

a Rogers, Chapman andthomas 213

Rogers, William Bennett 173

Roget, Pater Mark 43

Roland Gardens 178, 398, 400, 405, 407

Roland Mansions, Rosary Gardens 165, Pl. 69c

a Rolfe, W.A. (and Matthews) 74, 108, 235

a Romaine Walker and jenkins 282

Roman Catholicism and Catholic institutions 27–9, 82, 105–6, 107, 331–2, 354, 335, 367–8, 387–9; Churuch-building, discuss4ed 367–8

‘Rome under the Caesars’ 333

Rondaldson Thomas M. 166

Rosary, The, Old Brompton Road 159, fig. 64, Pls. 65b, c

Rosary Gardens, 158, 160, 164, 165, 167, 400, fig. 65, Pls. 67c, 68

Rose: Robert 47; William (alebrewer) 217; William (architect) 217

Rosehall 158, 160

Rose's Academy, Chhiswick 18

Ross, Capt. George Ernest Augustus 193

Rossdal, James 81

Rothenstein, (Sir) William 273

Rottermont, Abraham 3, 25

Rougement, Denis A. 27

Roughcast see under Renderings

b Row, Thomas 286n.

Roxburghe Mansions, Kensingtom Court 68, 70, Pl. 29a

Roy, Richard 404

(Royal) Albert Hall 220

Royal Arms P.h., Alma Road 286

Royal Commission on Historical Monuments 16

Royal Exchange Assurance 405

Royal Fine Arts Commiossion 238

Royal Horticultural Society262; Gardens of (in Kensington) 220, 262

Royal Liver Friendly Siciety 247

Royal Mews129

Royal Military Academy, Woolwich 35n.

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital 108

Rubergall, William 168, 219

Rumball, A.B. 53

Rupert House Nevern Square 307

a Russell, P. 28

a Rusell, A. L. N. 361

Russell, R. and A. 308

Russell Place or Rents 12, 80, fig. 28

Russia: Ambassador or Minister4, 60; Consul 59

Russian Orthodox Church, emperor's Gate 368, 393, fig. 159, Pl. 151b

Rutherglen John H. 359

Rutland Gate 152, 182 (No.58), 220 (No.52)

Rutland House, Marloes Road 108

Ryder, Granville R. 63, 75

Sackville Street (No. 38) 137

Sadlier, John 225, 231

b Sage, E. and J. W. 207, 213

a Sage, Edgar 314

b Sage and Company 314

Sainsburys (J. Sainsbury Ltd.) 338

St.Alban's Grove (formerly Road) 136, 137, 140, 142, 143, fig. 54, Pls. 55c, 56b
-, Lytham House 141, 143, 147, Pl. 55c; No. 2 (St. Alban's Villa) 142; No. 3 143; Nos. 4–11 142, Pl. 56b; No. 12 142, 143; No. 12A 142; No. 14 147, 232; Nos. 15–16 147; see also Builders' Arms P.g.; St Alban's Mansions

St. Alban's Mansions, Kensington court Place 51, 70, 147–8, Pl. 60c

St. Alban's Road see St. Alban's Grove

St. Alban's Road North see Ansdell Terrace

St. Alban's Stidos, South End Row 147, 148, Pl. 54a

St. Alban's Villa (No. 2 St. Alban's Grove) 142

St. Andrew's Hall, Convent of the Assumption 29

St. Anne's Villas, Notting Hill 410

St. Augustine's Church, Queen's Gate 366, 367

St. Barnabas and St. Philips's Church of england Primary School (formerly St. Barbabas's Schools) 261, Pl. 108c

St. Barnabas Lecture Room 219

St. Barnabas's Church,Addison Road 264, 286, 365, 382, 408; vicar of (Rev. F. Hessey) 231, 366, 382

Barnabas's Church House,Warwick Gardens 267, Pl. 113c

St. Barnabs's Schools 261, Pl. 108c

St. Bride's Hill estate, Permbrokeshire 246

St. Catherine's, Convent of the Assumption 29

St. Cuthbert's Church, Philbeach Gardens 320, 366, 367, 370–5, 378, figs. 145, 147, Pls. 145–8; Clergy house 320., 370, 371, figs. 145–6, Pl. 145b; parish 370, 379, 380; Philbeach Hall 320n., 370, 373

St. George, Sir john 152

St. George-in-the-East, infdirmary of 350

St. George's, Hanover Square, Poor Lalw Union 343, 350, 356; infirmary 350

St. George's Church, Campden Hill 367, 376

St. George's Court, Gloucester Road 135–6, fig. 53

St. George's Terrace see Gloucester Road, Nos. 36–72

St. Haghpat Monastery Armenia 389, 390, Pl. 150a

St. James the Less church, Thorndike Street 376

St. James's Church, Piccadilly, rector of (Rev. S. Clarke) 3

St. James's House: James Place12, 20; Kensington Square 13, 20

St. James's Street 196

St. John: Lady (fl.1719–24) 38; Madam (fl. 1704–7) 16

St. John's Presbyterian Church Allen Street (formerly Kenisngyon Presbyterian church) 303, 392– 3, 393,fig.158, Pl.151e

St. Jude's Church, Courheld Gardens 366, 367, 375–7, 380, 384n., figs. 148–9, Pl; 142; Parish 376; vicarage 375, 377–8, 378n.

St. Lawrence Terrace, North Kensington 292

St. Luke's Church, Redcliffe Squiare 366, 367, 375, 377, 384n.

St. Margaret and St. John, Westminster, joint Vestry of 343, 346, 347, 348, 350, 356; Governors of the Poor 349

St. Margaret and St. John, Westminster, workhouse of in Dean (now Great Smith) Street 347 In Marloes Road 289, 343, 347–50, 356, figs. 139–40, Pls. 137b, 139a; chapel 347; infirmary and lying-in wards 348, 349; schollhouse 347, 357, Pl. 137b; workshops 348; see also St. Mary Abbots Hospital

St. Margaret's, Convent of the Assumption 29

St. Marks's Church, Notting Hill 367, 376

St. Mark's Copptic Orthodox church Allen Street (formerly St. john's Presbyterian church, q.v.) 392–3, fig. 158, Pl. 151e

St Martin's Church, Gospel Oak 375, 376

St. Mary Abbots Church, 1, 77, 365, 368, Pl. 33b

St Mary Abbot's Court, Warwick Gardens 267

St. Mary Abbots Hospital, Marloes Road (formerly Kensington Workhouse, Kensington Infirmary, and workhouse of st. Margaret and St. John, Westminster, qq.v.) 343–62, figs. 139–43 Frontis.,s Pls. 137–9
-, Administration Block 357–8, Pl, 139; ‘C’ Block 359, Pl. 139; Cavell House 359; chapel (mortuary) 361, Pl. 138c; chapel (nnew) 364; laboratory 357, 361; Medical Officer 353, 356, 358; mortuary, 354, 360; Nurses' home 349, 361, 364; nursing, standard of 350, 361; nursing staff 358; operating theatres 359, 361, 363 and n., Pl. 139c; Porter's Lodge 359, 361; Stone hall, bulding of 345–6, 364, fig. 139, Frontis., Pl. 137a

St. Mary Abbot's Parish see Kensington, parish of

St. Marry Abbot's Place (formerly St. Mary Abbott's Place) 262–3, 263, 412,fig. 110

St. Mary Abbots Temperance Society 359

St. Mary Magdalene, Church of, Old fish Street 5

St. Mary Magdalene Church, Addiscombe 382

St. Mary Magdalene Church, Earl's Court (proposed) 370, 382

St. Mary-at-Hill, Church, Earl's Court (proposed) 370, 382

St. Mary-at-Hill, Church of 5

St. Mary's (R. C.) Chapel, Holland Street 82, 387

St. Mary's Church Barnstaple 369

St. Mary's Churuch, The Bolons 366, 367, 375

St. Matthew's Church (intended name for St. Jude's, Courtfield Gardens) 375

St. Matthew's Church, Bayswater 375

St. Matthias's Church and parish, Warwick Road 366, 367, 370, 375, 378–80, 383, fig. 150, Pl. 143–c; Schools 380

St. Nahan Church, Monastery of Haghpat, Armenia 390, Pl. 150a

St. . Partick's Church Kenway Road 366, 367, 370, 378, 380–2, fig. 151, Pl. 143d

St. Paul's Church, Hammersmith 371

St. Paul's Church, Onslow Square 366, 367, 407

St. Paul's School, Hammersmith 9, 35

St. Peter's Church, Cranley Gardens 366, 367, 368, 384n., 407

St. Philip's Church and parish, Earl's Court road 231, 261, 366, 367, 370, 371, 378, 382–4, fig. 152, Pls. 140b, 144b, d; Schools 261

St. Philip's Terrace see Stratford road, Nos. 27–37 (odd) and 54–60 (even)

St. Quintin estate 412

St. Sarkis's Armenian Church, Iiverna Court 105, 368, 389–90, fig. 156, Pls. 45b, 150; vicarage 105, 390–1, Pl. 150b

St. Simon Zelotes Church, Gloucester Road 168, 366, 367, 376, 384–7 figs. 153–4, Pls. 141, 144c; parish 182; vicars of 342, 375, 385, 386, 393

St. Stephen's Hospital, Fulham Road 350

Saks' Fith Avenue store, New York 93

Salle Erardparis 280

a Salmon Ronald, and Partners 299

Salt Box Row, Earl's Court Road 218

Salterelli, Mr. and Mrs. Antonio 61

c Salviati anb Burke 377

a Samir Khairallah anbd Partners 213

Sanders; J., and Sons (Continuation) Ltd. 146; Rev. Hans Mortimer 25

Sandown Park 67

Sandringham 318

c Sang, Frederick and Joseph F. 66

Sardinian envoy (Comte de Viry) 4, 215

Sarkis, Mahtesi 389

b Saunders: Charles (and Sons) 148n., 148–9, 150, 157, 166, 167; Edwin 233n.; Frederick 147, 152, 232 and n., 233n.

Saunders: Admiral Sir George 56, 110; John 100, 101

b Saunders, John 53

Savigear, Alfred 221–2, 222; property of fig. 96

Scarborough, T.H. 124

Scarsdale: 1st Baron (Sir nathaniel curzon) 102; 3rd Baron (Nathaniel curzon) 103

Scarsdale Arms P.h., Edwardes Square 271, 273, Pl, 110c

Scarsdale House 1, 2, 4, 91, 92, 99, 100, 102–3, 107, Pls. 2a, 41; Boarding School 102

Scarsdale Lodge (No. 1 Scarsdale Place) 100, 107, 380

Scarsdale Place 99, 100, 107, 108, 380 (No. 1), figs. 33–4; Midland Railway Coal Yard 85, 108, 146, 329, Pl. 3; William Cobbett House 98; see also Cedar Villa; Kensington Close Hotel; London Tara Hotel; Woolsthorpe House

Scarsdale Stuidios, Straftford Road 235, fig. 100

Scarsdale Terrace, Wright's Lane 92, 102–3, 103, 108, Pl. 42a

Scarsdale Villas (originally Foxley road) 227, 228, 231, 232, 234, 238, 316, fig. 100, Pls 103d, 104d
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–36 228 (Nos. 2, 26–36), 230, fig. 102 (No. 12), Pl. 104d (Nos. 2–4); Nos. 38–56 (formerly Shaftesbury Terrace) 233n., 234 (Nos. 40–44); Nos. 58–62 233n.; Nos. 64–70 230; No. 72 229
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–27 232, Pl. 103d (Nos.11–23); Nos. 29–41 (formerly shaftesbury Terrace) 233n., 238 (Nos. 35–37); Nos 43–49 233n.; Nos. 51–57 233n.; No. 59 238; see also St. Mark's Coptic Orthofox Church

Schaerer, Theo

b Scharien and Comapany 81

Schomberg, 3rd Duke of 2, 19

Schools and academies 4, 9; Choral Sunday School 158; Church and parish 53, 261, 378, 380, 391–2, 393; dancing 316; drawing 18, 19; French 46, 60–1; properietary 32, 33, 33–5, 36; ragged 63, 80; Roman Catholic and Convent 27, 28, 29, 106, 331–2, 368; young ladies' (girls') 13, 27. 37, 40, 42, 47, 102, 105, 107, 256; other 18, 21, 32, 35, 36, 42, 43, 60, 110, 137, 162, 223, 308, 387

Science and Art Department 268, 311, 318

a Scott, Adrian gilbert 387, 389

Scott: Sir George Gilbert 69, 213; Lady, Harriet Anne 152; Sir James Sibbald David, 3rd Bart. 152; John 134

a Scott, M.H. Baillie 128

b Scott, Matthew 2120, 221, 224, 310, 341, 403, 407

a Scott, S.G. 238

b Scott, William 261

Scottish Presbyterians 368, 392

b Scrivener and White 392

Seaforth House(No. 12 Stanford Road) 22, 147

b Seagood, Stephen 80

Sea-Kale swamp(Earl's Court) 331

c Seale; J. W. 154, 175; W., and Son 76

Seaman, Little and Company (originally S.E.Seaman and Company) 86, 87, Pl. 36a

a Searle, C.G., and Son 393

a Searle, Son, and Yelf 393

Secret History of the Oxford Movement 372

c Sedding, J.D. 193

Seddon, J.P. 371

a Seifert, Richard, and Partners 182

Selfridges 96, 97

a Seligmann Snow and de Saulles 392

Selway, James 12

Selwood, Richard 396

Selwood Place, 396, 398, 410

Selwood Terrace 396, 398

Semper, Gottfried 268

Senior, William Nassau 38

Servants: numbers of 119–20, 127, 135, 162, 210, 219, 224, 234, 247, 288, 293, 298, 302, 308, 310, 313, 317, 318; black 42, 43

Servitie Church and Priory, Fulham Road 165, 368

Settled Land Act(1882) 246

Seventh church of Christ Scientist, Wright's Lane 394

Sewers and drainage 408; defective or difficult 51, 53, 80, 119, 131, 219–20, 224, 264, 265, 266, 268, 325, 408; other refs. 209, 312, 342, 343

Sewer-vent pipe 52, 54

a Seymer, Orman and Adie 296n.

b Seymour, John 274, 281

Seymour, Rev. Lord Victor 385, 386, 387 (memorial to)

Seymour Walk 396, 411

Sgraffito work 189

Shaftesbury 7th Earl of (Antony Ashley Cooper) 107, 285

Shaftesbuty Cottages, Fenelon Place 285, 286, 286–7, fig. 117, Pl. 115a

shaftesbury House (No. 7 The Terrace) 102, Pl. 40a

Shaftesbury Livery Stables 233

Shaftesbury Mews 227, 233, 233n., 238, fig. 100

Shaftesbury Road see Fenelon Place

Shaftesbury Terrace see Scarsdale Villas, Nos. 29–41 (odd)and 38–56 (even)

Shaftesbury Terrace Warwick Road 273 (No. 1), 286

Shaftesbuty Villas, Allen Street 228; Nos. 1–2 230, 235; Nos. 3–6 230–1, fig. 100

Shafto Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duncombe 194

Shailer, Henry 396

Shakespeare, Statue of (in Leicester Square) 66

Sharp James 171, 172, 173, 174

b Sharpin Robert Georgoe 231, 232n., 233, 316, 317

b Shaw, Matthew T. 294

Shaw, Dr. Peter 107

a Shaw, Richard Norman 24, 49, 49n., 67, 68, 245, 297, 299,401, 407

Sheffield House estate 32

Sheil, Richard Lalor 61

Shephard john 12, 14

Shephard's or shepherd's Gardens (previously Russell Place or Rents) 12, 80, fig. 28

Sheppard, Sir Fleetwoo9d 2, 2n., 13

b Sherborn, Matthew 284

Sherborne Court, Cromwell Road 299

Sher(e)man, Lady Ann 42

a Sherrin, George 85, 329

Sherring, William M. 221, 308

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

b Shirley, William 46

Shops and shopping 46, 46–7, 47, 51, 53, 81, 83, 84, 85–98, 115, 121, 133, 134, 172, 173, 181, 221, 222, 227, 229, 304; shop assistants 86, 87, 89, 91, 91–2; supermarkets 116, 338; other refs. 103, 104, 109, 113, 116, 135, 165, 170, 183, 207, 261, 262, 267, 281, 284, 292, 309, 310, 314, 316, 319, 342

Shortgrove estate Saffron Walden 182

Shrewsbury 12th Earl and Duke of 2

Shuttleworth, Henry 144, 145, 146

Siamese Embassy, Ashburn Place 175

Sicilian Avenue, Holborn 70

Sickert, Oswald 275

a Siddall, Robert J. 337

Sidmouth Lodge,410

a Sidney Kaye, Eric Firmin and Partners 116, 182

Siemens, (Sir) William 268

Silver StreetNotting Hill 141

b Simmonds, Nevill 394

b Simmonds, Brothers and Sons 146

Simmons Sir John Linortn Arabin 152

b Simms and Martin 384

Simon, Sir john 42

b Simpson: Joseph 286n.; Samuel 387, 388

b Sims, John 271

Simson, C.W. 51, 53

Sinclair, Archdeacon John, Vicar of Kensington 261, 365–6, 368, 379, 384; bust of 370–1

Singer, Paris Eugene 74

Sioux warriors 332

‘Six acres’ 158

Six Bells P. h., Kensington High street 78

Skinner, Sydney 93

Skittle alleys or grounds 11, 228

b Skynner, John 30, 39

a Slater J.A. 69, 75

b Slater Richard 40, 46

Slaughter-house 47

Sloper and Allen 256

Slums and slum clearance 52, 77, 80, 287, 409, Pl. 32b

b Smalw, W. 354

Smale Rev. William 383

Smiles, Samuel 275

a Smith A. Dunbar (of smith and Brewer) 148

Smith, Elizabeth 219

a Smith, Francis James 358

Smith: G. Chrystal 238; Rev. Dr. George 102

b Smith, Henry 312

Smith, Henry Joseph 82

a Smith: J. Hatchard 127; J. Osborne 143

b Smith: James 282; James, and son 22; James, and sons (NorWood) Ltd. 267

a Smith, James Trant 154, 164, 180, 407

b Smith, John 264, 265

a smith, Llewellyn, and Waters 150, 307

a Smith, Raymond, and Associate 213

Smith, Thomas (off chelsea) 196, 201, 215–16, 217, 218, 219, 220, his prioperty at earl's Court fig. 96; his w. (Elizabeth) 218, 219; family of 216, 219, their proiperty at Earl's court fig. 95

b Smith, Thomas 269

Smith: thomas Mosdell 82; Thomas Oak 111, 112, 113; William (publican) 144; Willaim Lawrence 195

b Smithfield , (Cloth Fair) 241, 242

Smith's Charity estate 396, 397, 399, 400, 403, 404, 405, 406

Smyth: James 22; family (of Hill Hall, Theydon Bois) 23

a Snell, H. Saxon 351, 352

Social character of area and type of occupant
-, 17th–18th centuries 1–4 passim, 6, 8, 9, 30, 46–7, 102; 19th century, from evidence of censuses 1841–81 9, 52, 54, 80, 119, 135, 156, 162, 171, 175, 210, 219, 220, 224, 234–5, 247, 286, 288, 298–9, 302–3, 308, 310, 317, 318; 19th cebntury, other refs. 47, 104, 127, 152, 154, 209–10, 216, 218, 221, 342, 365, 379; 20th century 9, 11, 51, 53, 156, 182, 222, 223, 235, 238, 248, 342, 367

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings 148

Soho and Soho Fields, development of 5, 6, 24

Soho Square , 5, 24, 29, 49

Soilleux, John Nicholas 60

Solar Physics Observatory, South Kensington 310

a Solomon, Lewis 109

Somerset Terrace, Kensington High Street 112, 113, 115, fig. 36

Somerville, Arthur 140

Sontag, General Jonh 202

Sothern, Edward Askew 107

Soup kitchen 383

South Bank Terrace see Stratford Road, Nos. 15–21 (odd) and 48–52 (even)

South Bolton Gardens 309

South Edwardes Square (formerly Edwards Square, south side, q.v.) 257–8, 258 (occupants)

South End 8, 9, 18, 22, (Nos. 18 and19), 23–4 (No. 17) 27, 28, 29, 51, 53–4, 136, 137, fig. 2, Pls. 19c, 23; see alsoBowling greens (Thomas Yopung's); Spring Garden

South End Gardens 137

South End Row 51, 137, 146, 147, fig. 54; St. Albanm's Studios 147, 148, Pl. Nos. 10–16 (originallyTrafalgar Place) 137, Pl. 53a

South Kensington Baptist Chapel, Emperor's Gate 393

South Kensington Hotel, Queen's Gate Terrace 181

South Kensington Museum 103, 164., 220, 268, 318

South Kensington Station (originally Brompton Exchange) 85, 327, 328, 329

South Row see Hogarth Place

Sothwell Gardens 170, 171, 174, 182 (No. 11), 183, fig. 68; see also St. Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road

Sowerby, George Brettingham 273

Soyer, Alexis 12

b Sparkes, William 271

Sparrow, Bodychen, John andfamily 42

Speaking tubes165

Spear Mews 304, fig. 121

b Speight, William 110n.

a/c Spence, T.R.

Spicer, G.J. 206, 207, 212,

b Spicer, John 179, 181, 184, 185, 187, 189, 201, 205, 206, 207, 208, 212–14 passim,403, 412

Spiers and Pond Ltd. 181, 334

b Spink, Roger 271

b Sprake, John 289, 290, 294, 295, 297

b Sprake and Foreman 290

a Spartt, H. W. 67

Spring Garden (Thomas Young's at South End) 8, 27, 29, fig. 1

Squares, type of in Kensington, discussed 410–11

c Stables seeMews. stables an coach-houses and Livery stables

Stadium: arena at Earl's Court Exhibition 332, 333, 334, fig. 133; Grand Natinal (Batty's) Hippordrome 121–3, fig. 44

Stafford, 9th Baron 28

Staffior-jerningham, roae (sister roase) 27, 28

Stag brewery, Westminster 196, 215

Stained glass seeGlass, coloured, painted orstained

a Stair, Walter 52

Stamford Bridge 323

Stanford court, Cornwall Gardens 145, 149, 157

Stanford Road (formerly place) 22 (No. 12), 136, 142, (Nos.1 and 3), 143 (Nos. 5 and 7), 144, 145–7 passim,149, figs. 54, 57 (Nos. 32 and 34), Pls 55b, 130a (Nos. 9–15 odd); see also

Stanford Villas, Stanford Road 145, 147 (No. 15)

a Stanham, G. Gordon 47, 351, 391

b Stanham, Richard 265, 266

b Stanhope Gardens 170, 405, 412

a Stanley-Barrett, Herbert, and Deiver 128, 156, 210, 298, 407

c Stannus, Mrs. elizabeth 316

Star and Garter tavern, Kensington High Street 78, 110, 115

Star Brewery (and Tap), Earl's Court Road 218, 219

a Starling, E.F. 210, 213

Starrett and Van Veleck 93

Steam engines 335

b Steel, Thomas 271

Steel and Steelwork: in house construction 75 (early instance of ), 116 (COR-10), 148, 267,; other 96, 284, 332, 335, 337, 338; see also Iron and ironwork

Steele, Richard 3, 26, 43; his w. 43

a Stenning, A.R. 220

a Stephen, Douglas, and Partners 261

Stephen: Harriet (née Thackeray ) 171; Sir James Fitzjames 127, 152, 156: Julia 140; Leslie 171

b Stephens and Bastow 185, 189, 191

a Stephenson, Robert 325

b Stephenson, William 228, 229n., 230, 281

Sterling Guarantee Trust Ltd. 337

a Steven, David 143

Stevens, Alfred 135, 143

Stevens, Florence Ada and family 112

b Stevens, George (Stevens and Coll) 261, 291, 294, 295

Stevens, John 32

b Stevens, William 229

b Stevenson, George 223, 228

Stevenson, Hew 75

a Stevenson, J.J. 68, 69, 70, 72–5 passim, 119, 392, 407

a Stewart, A.A. 213

stewart, Charlotte Athanass (memorial to) 369

b Stickland, William 232

b Stimpson and Company 81, 165

a Stirling, James 182

Stokes: Anthony 33, 40; his w. 33; Rev. George 158

a Stokes: Leonard 42, 49; Walter 127

a stone, Toms and Partners 282

Stone and stonework
-, alabaster 390; Bargate 385; Bath 12 (Coombe Down), 170, 369, 371 (Corsham), 376 (Box Ground), 378n. (and Box Ground), 385 (Corsham), 391; Gaen 355, 378n.; granite 124, 167 (aggregate), 179; Hollington 385; Hopton Wood 96; hornton brown 389; Kentish ragstone 367, 369, 376; Ketton 377; lapis lazuli 390; marble 96, 355 (Devon), 372 and n. (Belgian, Devon, Torquay), 385 (Devon), 390; Mansfield red 76, 378n., 385; Northfield sandstone, red 174; onyx 96, 390; Painswick 291; Pennant 385; Portland 47, 154, 294, 352, 355, 390; Serpentine 385; stuc (aggregate) 390; York Paving 219; Yorkshire parpoints 385

Stone-carving (at St. Philip's Earl's Court Road) 383

Story and company 81

Stoughton, Rev. John 391

Strachey, Sir John 152

Stradford or Stratford Lane see Stratford Road

Stratford,-(farmer, fl. 1793) 233

Stratford Avenue 235, fig. 100

Strarford Road (formerly Stradford or Strafrod Lane) 116, 225, 232, 233, 233n., 298, 345, Pl. 103b
-, North side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 7–9 (formerly Devonshire Cottages) 228, 348; Nos. 11–13 235; Nos. 15–21 (with formerNo. 23 originally South Bank Terrace) 233, 233n., 235; No. 23 (formerly No. 113 abingdon Road) 233n.; No. 25 233n,; Nos. 27–37 (originally St. Philip's Terrace) 233, 233n.; see also Scarsdale Studios
-, South side (even numbers)
-, Alma Studios 298; Nos. 2–20 232 (Nos. 2–6), 292; Nos. 22–30 292; Nos. 36–46 295; Nos. 448–52 (originally South Bank Terrace) 233 233n., Pl. 103b; Nos. 54–60 (originally St. Philip's Terrace) 233n.; see also St Philip's Church, Earl;s Court Road

Strarford Studios, Stratford Avenue 235, Pl. 104b

b Stredder, George Smith 145, 146

Street, Aruthur E. (quoted or cited) 210, 411

streeter: Robert (f. and s.) 25: Thomas 25

Strettan, Thomas 269

Strickler, Melchier 61

Strzygowski, J. 390

Stucco see Renderings

Studio, The (No. 3 Lexham Walk) 298, Pl. 120

Studios and studio-houses 14, 21, 22, 39, 40, 49n., 51, 107, 141, 142, 143, 144, 146, 148, 149, 158 (photographic) 166–7, 174 (proposed) 181, 235, 262–3, 274, 276, 282, 402, figs. 67, 110, 114–15, Pls. 45b, 54b, 59ba, b, 104b

Stutely, Martin 243

a Stutely, Joseph 243, 245, 266, 289, 300, 304, 318, 320, 406

b Styles (Contractors) Ltd. 307

Sudbury Hall, Derbshire 6

Suffolk, Lady (Henrietta Howard) 4

Summer houses see Garden houses

Sumner, Heywood

Sun Insurance Office 246

Sunday School, Choral 158

Sunday Times (quoted) 129

Sunday Tramps171

Sunderland 2nd Earl of 2, 2n., 13

Sunningdale Gardens (formerly Cleveland Terrace Gardens) 233, 233n., 234, fig. 100, Pl. 103c

Sunningfields Road, Hendon 51n.

Sunny Gardens Road, Hendon 51n.

Sureties or Surety, Joseph 200

Survey of London 148, 235

Sussex Place, Kensington New Town see Launceston Place

Sussex Terrace, Old Brompton Road 139

Sutherland House, Marloes Road 108

Sutton: Daniel 110, 112, 113, 116, 252, 254, 256, 256–7, 258 261, 262, 404; Daniel, junior 116, 257, 258; family 111, 116; Thomas 8–9 passim, 13, 16, 21, 22, 25, 26, 43, 44, 137; Thomas, junior 9, 21; family 21

Sutton Place, Surrey 72

Sutton Street see Pater Street

Swain, William 133

Swaythling, 2nd Baron (Louis Samuel Montagu) 74

b Sweeting, P. 141

Switchback Railway 332, 333

Sybil Thorndike Casson House, Kramer Mews 317–18

Sydney Mews 402

a Sykes, Arthur 91

Sykes, Godfrey 31

Synge, William W.F., and w. 49

a Szmigielski Katten Associates 299

Tailors and Garment Workers, National Union of 54

Tait, Rev. A.C. (Bishop of London later Archbishop of Canterbury) 366

Taj International Hotels 182

Talleyrand 4, 18n.

Tabkerville, Camilla, Dow. Countess of (w. of 2nd Earl) 19

a Tapper, Walter 149, 383, 384, 386

Tara Hotel seeLondon Tara Hotel

Tasker, Rev. Joseph 355

a Tatchell, Sydney 35

Tate, Edwin (of Tate and Lyle) 193

Tatham, Joseph 243

b Taylor, Arthur Furneaux (of Taylor and Cumming) 105, 106–7, 124–8 passim, 164, 304,. 320, 403

b Taylor, G.A. 219

a Taylor, George Ledwell 122–3, 258

Taylor, Henry 134

b Taylor, John 223, 224

Taylor: Thomas 229n.; Col. Thomas 16, 19, 43, 46; Maj. Thomas 16, 18; Warrington (quoted) 388

b Taylor, William John 309

c Taylor and Clifton 373

b Taylor and Cumming see Taylor, Arthur Furneaux and Cumming, Stephen Abbott

Taylor Woodrow Industrial Eastates 108

b Taylor Woodrow Properties 394

Tebbs, H.V. 219

Telephone exchanges 149, 287

Telephones (in 1890s) 104, 128

Temperance societies 359

Temple: Lady (fl. 1724–) 38; Rev. Frederick (Bishop of London) 366, 370, 371, 380

b Temple, Joseph (of Temple and Forster) 232n., 233n.

Templeton Place (formerly Haroldstone Road) 245, 248, 287, 300, 303, 307–9 passim, fig. 121, Pl. 126a

Tennyson, Alfred 63

Tennis clubs and courts 147, 167, 206, 274

Terrace, The, Earl's Court Road 197, 215, 223 (No. 2), fig. 86

Terrace, The, Kensington High Street (also known as Kensington Terrace) 1, 31, 41 (No. 6), 59 (No. 5), 99, 100–2, 103, 109 (Nos. 10–13), fig. 33, Pl. 40; nomenclature 101, 101n.

Terrace Gardens (proposed name) 104

Terracotta and faience, use of 72 (No. 2 Kensington Court), 73, 74, 81, 108, 116, 128 (De Vere Hotel), 174, 187, 189, 193, 194, 222, 298, 310, 314, 331, 359

a Terrel, J. T. 317

Territt, William 33

Terry: Ellen 212, 302–3; John 282

b Terry, William 262

Teynham, 14th Baron 105

Thackeray: Anne see under Ritchie; William Makepeace 1, 48–9

Thackeray Street (parts formerly Charles Place and James Place, qq.v) 3, 12, 16, 20, 42, 51–3, 70, fig.2

Thanet, Dow. Countess of (w. of 3rd Earl) 16

Theatres 332–3; proposed 105; see also Empress Hall and under London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art

Thirkell, Angela 12, 51, 275

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

b Thomas, Cadogan 5 24

a Thomas, Charles Henry 309

Thomas, E. and R., Ltd. 137

Thomas, Steve 96

c Thompson: A. J., and Company 235; John, and Company 377; K. and R. C. 129

Thompson, Wood and Fuller 284

Thomson, George 375

Thorburn, Henrietta 167

b Thorne and Company 12, 66

Thornton, Misses 193

Thornycroft, Hamo 115

Thorowgood, Sir John and Robert 5

Thorpe, John 273

Three Compasses p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Three Tuns p.h., Kensington High Street 78

Thring, Sir Henry (later 1st Baron Thring) 152, 359

Thriplands (No. 48 Kensington Court) 69, 75

Thurloe, John 174

Thurloe Chapel 158

Thurloe Place 160, 161

Thurloe Square 160, 161, 162, 168, 328, 396, 402, 410

Thurloe Street 160, 161

b Tildesley, David 174

Tile-hanging 38, 187

Tiled House, The (No. 1 Lexham Walk) 298, Pl. 120a

Tilling, Miss 193

Timber buildings 11, 49, 109, 122, 161

b Timbs, John 265

Timesharing 115

Tintern Abbey 371

Tippett, George 404

b Tirrell, Adam 241, 268

Tobin's (ventilating) tubes 357

Toboggan slide 332

b Todd, George 33, 34

Tomlin, John Leonard 205, 220, 221, 224, 312, 404; property of fig. 96

Toms: Charles 89; Christiana 89; James 89; Joseph (senior, b. c .1809) 86, 89; Joseph, junior (b. 1838) (Joseph Toms and Company) 84, 85, 89; see also Derry and Toms

Toone, William 271

b Torkington, George 223

a Torok, G.L.137

Torrington: Countess (fl. 1718) 102; 3rd Viscount 33

c Tosi, Guglielmo 375

b Toten, H., and Sons 21, 165

Tourism 338; Development of Tourism Act (1969) 299, 338

Tournament p.h., Old Brompton Road 317

Tower House, Bedford Park 67

Tower House, Cromwell Road 290, 299, Pl. 116b

Town Hall Tavern p.h., Kensington High Street 78, 85, 89, Pl. 35e

Towndrow, Frederick (quoted) 96

Towne(y) Mead 130

a Townsend, C. Harrison 224

Trades and industries 84; see also Aircraft factory; Breweries and brewhouses; Builders and speculative building; Candle or wax-bleachers; works; Coack and carriage building; Coal depots; Floor-cloth makers; Livery stables and jobmasters; Market gardens and orchards; Nurseries; Piano and keyboard-instrument making; Shops and shopping

Trafalgar House Investment 338

Trafalgar Place (now Nos. 10–16 South End Row) 137, Pl. 53a

Traffic congestion 46, 83–4, 408

Transworld Hotels Ltd. 338

a Travers, Martin 377

Treasury (paying for lodgings) 13, 14, 46

Trebovir Road 245, 247, 300, 303, 307–9, 405, figs. 121, 125; Kensington Mansions 300, 309, Pl. 122b; Orpen House 309

Tree, Beerbohm165

Trees, in private gardens 19, 29, 38, 39, 42, 101, 102, 158, 164n.; in streets and communal gardens 6, 51, 68, 105, 224, 262, 264, 265

Tregunter Road 207, 312

a Trehearne and Norman, Preston and Company 261

a Trench, G. Mackenzie 262

a Triad 129

a Trimen, Andrew 391

Tring, Hertfordshire 196

a Trollope, C.B. 380

b Trollope, George, and Sons 246

b Trollope and Colls 338

Trotter, Peter 96

b Tuck: Edward 269; Richard 269; Robert 242, 268–71 passim, 322, 323, 405

Tucker, Francis 103

Tucker, Francis, and Company 82, 83, 89, Pl. 35c

Tucker, T. and Mrs. 128

Tudor House Association 89

b Tuffley, of Gloucester 291

Tulse Hill 51n.

Turbervile: Rebecca 55; Samuel 55, 79

Turkish Baths, Earl's Court Gardens 224

Turner, James 256

b Turner, James 116

a Turner, John 61

b Turner: John (fl. 1830) 311; John (fl. 1856) 231, 233

c Turner, Laurence 127n.

b Turner and Company (later Turner and Withers) 314

Turpin, Paul 390

Tussaud's, Madame 67

c Tute, Charles Edward 373

Twining: Louisa 350; William 109

Twycross v. Grant 66

b Tyler, W. S., and Company 96

Tyler, William H. 166

Tyrell, Lady (fl. 1741–53) 19

Tyringham, Mr. (fl. 1687–8) 12

Underground Electric Railways Company of London 329, 336

Underground railways see Railways

Underhay's improved Regulator Valve Closet apparatus 378n.

Underwood: William 79; family 79, 80

Underwood and Colman 304

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

Universities see Catholic University College and king's College, London, Ladies' Department

a Unsworth, Ferdinando 46, 79, 81

a Unsworth, Gerald (of Unsworth, Goulder and Bostock) 149

Upminster, Essex 225

Upper Newland Terrace see Newland Terrace

Upper Phillimore Place 309, 410

b Upperton, Robert 173–4

Unwins, James 142

Vache, The, Buckinghamshire (estate of the Allen family) 111, 112

Vallotton: Charles Howell 137; Eliza 137, 144, 146, 147; Elizabeth 137, 146; Howell Leny 56, 131, 137, 139, 140, 144, 145, 146, 368, 406; John James 136–7, 147; Rebecca 136; Theodore James 137 (and w.), 139, 143; family 136–7, 328

Vallotton estate 56, 58, 117, 130, 135 136–50, 328, 396, 406, fig. 54

Valpy family 116

Van Brabant and Company 127n.

b Van Camp: Edouard 308; Jean François 206, 207, 214, 220–1, 221, 245, 307–8, 403; property of fig. 96; family 307

Van Loon, Willem 3, 32

Van Vleck (Starrett and Van Vleck) 93

Vaughan family (heirs of John Machin) 110

Vauxhall Bridge 21

Veitch, Dr. John 39

‘Veritas’ (writer of letter of Daily News) 345

a Verity, Thomas and Frank 81

Vermont Gardens (intended development) 108

c Verstappen,—(decorative plasterer) 335

Vestries see Kensington Vestry and St. Margaret and St. John, Westminster, Joint Vestry of

Vestris, Madame 202

Vicarage Gate (Nos. 1–14, 17) 207

Victoria, Queen (formerly Princess 4, 332

Victoria Cottage (No. 18 Victoria Road) 141

Victoria Grove 130, 131, 133–4, 135, figs. 47, 49, Pls. 50a, 51

Victoria Road 56, 119, 124, 125, 126, 129, 130, 131, 136, 139, 140–2 passim, 147, fig. 54, Pls. 47d, 58, 59b, 60b
-, East side (odd numbers)
-, No. 1 128; Nos. 3–21 (originally Edinburgh Terrace) 124, 125, 127, Pl. 47a; Nos. 23–25 (originally Nos. 1–2) 139, 148 (No. 25), fig. 55; Nos. 29–31 (originally Nos. 3–4) 139; No. 35 139, 148, fig. 58, Pls. 60b, d, 61a; Nos. 39–47 141; Nos. 51–81 141–2, Pl. 58; see also Kensington Palace Mansions West side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–2 117, 141; Nos. 6–14 140, 149 (No. 14); Nos. 16–18 141, (No. 16–18 141, 149 (No. 16); Nos. 20–30 (Marlborough Terrace) 141, 150; Nos. 32–52 119 (No. 52), 142, Pls. 59b, 61b (No. 52); see also Christ Church, Victoria Road

Victoria Station 337

Victoria Street (formation of) 347

Victorian revival, instances of 116, 129, 223

Vienna: Great Wheel 335; proposed model of 104; Ring and Burg Theatres 75

Villa-building (in late 18th early 19th century) 105, 107, 117, 158–60, 200, 201–3, 410, figs. 64, 87

Villas, early instance of semi-detached pair 159, fig. 64

Vincent: Sir Francis, Bart. 36; (Sir) Henry 25; Susanna 158

Vinchiaturo, Marchesa de 72

c Vinck, Franz 373

Voltaire (scenes from performed at Kensington) 43

a Voysey, C.F.A. 112, 257, 407, 413

a Vulliamy, George 84

a Wade, John 364

Wade, William 271

Wager, Admiral Sir Charles 102

c Wailes,—389

b Wainwright and Wring 47

Wake, Sir William 112

Waldo, Rev. J. P. 385

Wales (Edwardes family's estates in) 239, 242, 243, 245, 246

b Walker: Henry de Rosenbach 44; John 19

b Wall, Thomas 133, 134

b Wallbutton, Robert 232

Wallgrave, Charles William 219, 220; dau. of 219, 219n.; property of fig. 96

Wallgrave Road 219, 219n., 220, 222, 223, figs. 95–6, Pl. 100b

Wallgrave Terrace see Redfield Lane, Nos. 1–13

b Wallis, G.E., and Partners 287

Wallis Cottages, Warwick Road 187, fig. 129

Wallpaper and hangings 48, 156, 165, 187, 189, 191, 193, 194, 332, Pl. 22a

Walpole: Horace (quoted) 4, 102; Sir Robert (quoted) 19

Walsh: John (the elder) 25, 30, 39, 40, 42; John (the younger) 30, 39, 80; John Henry 26; Samuel 30, 39

Walters, Thomas 43

c Walton, Gooddy and Cripps 373

Walton and Lee 246

Walton Bridge 111

Walton House and Lodge 202, fig. 87

War of 1939–45
-, bomb damage 41, 44, 116, 143, 149–50, 167, 182, 212, 222, 238, 267, 282, 292, 294, 297, 307, 309, 314, 315, 317, 321, 377; to churches 369, 373, 377, 389, 391; to St. Mary Abbots Hospital 363–4
-, civilian casualties 116, 363–4
-, delay in building progress during 97
-, neglect of properties during 248

b Ward,—230

Ward, Amelia 369

b Ward: J. T. 219; Richard 286n.; William 261

b Ward amd Paterson 128

Wardell, Charles 302–3

Warden, Joseph 59

Ware, Samuel 398, 407

Ware estate 398, 410

Wargreave, Richard 78

Waring, William 191

b Waring Brothers 327

Warner, Lee 43

Warre, Michael 282

Warren, Elizabeth (Lady Bulkeley) 56

Warren (later Edwardes), Elizabeth 239

b Warren, John 270, 271

Warren, William 239

Warrington, Mr. Justice 260

a Warwick, Septimus 93

Warwick and Holland, Earls of 239; 7th Earl (Edward Henry Rich) 239

Warwick Arms p.h., Warwick Road 284

Warwick Chambers, Pater Street 116

Warwick Close, Kensington High Street 263

Warwick Crescent (now part of Warwick Gardens, q.v.) 263, 267

Warwick Farm Dairy, Warwick Road 277, 280, 283

Warwick Gardens (parts of originally called Warwick Crescent, Warwick Gardens East and Warwick Square) 242, 243, 244, 247, 262, 263–7, 285, 405, figs. 111, 129, Pls. 112b, 113b, c, 114a, 151d
-, memorial column 266; temporary church 382; Durrels House 267; New Apostolic Church (formerly St. Barnabas's Church House) 267, Pl. 113c; St. Mary Abbot's Court 267; Wesleyan Methodist Chaperl 368, 393–4, Pl. 151d
-, East side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–9 242, 264–6, Pl. 112b; Nos. 11–27 244, 266, 267 (No. 11), fig. 111a (No. 15); No. 29 266, 267; Nos. 31–41 244, 266, fig. 11b (No. 33); Nos. 41A, 41B 267, Pl. 114a; Nos. 43–73 244–5, 267
-, West side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–10 264–5, 267 (Nos. 12–46 266, Pl. 113c; Nos. 50–102 244, 267, Pl. 113b

Warwick Gardens East see Warwick Gardens

Warwick House, Warwick Road 287

Warwick Mansions, Cromwell Crescent 88, 280–1, Pl. 115b

Warwick Place see Warwick Road, Nos. 150–160

Warwick Road 242, 243, 244, 245, 247, 263, 266, 268, 277, 281, 282–7, 288, 300, 302, 311, 315–12 passim, 378, figs. 105, 121, 129, Pls. 113a, 115c–3, 122b, 123c, 133a, b
-, builders' addresses in 303, 309–10, 311, 341; coal depot and railway yards 244, 268, 282, 286, 287; district surveyor's office 287; garage and showrooms 287; occupants and social character 286
-, Britanniaa Brewery Stores or Tap p.h. 114, 284; Central Depot of Vestry, later Borough 281, 282, 283–4, 284, 409, Pl. 115d, e; Cromwell House (No. 80) 283, 288; Garibaldi Stables 285; Kensington Arms p.h. 244, 267, 281, 283, Pl. 113a; Kensington Catholic Public School 331–2; Lily Terrace 287; Lord Ranelagh p. h.(now Chaps and Bromptons) 300, 316; Nevern Mansions 210, 300, 309, 320–1, Pl. 122b; Radnor Arms p.h. 287; Radnor Villas 287; Shaftesbury Terrace 273 (No. 1), 286; Wallis Cottages 287; Warwick Arms p.h. 284; Warwick Farm Dairy 277, 280, 283; Warwick House 287; Warwick Place see Nos. 150–160 below; West Kensington Telephone Exchange 287
-, see also Earl's Court Exhibition; Earl's Court Station; St. Matthias's Church and Schools
-, East side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 16–38 309 (No. 22), 310; Nos. 46–68 320, 321 (no. 58); Nos. 80–90 283, 288; Nos. 92–100 283; Nos. 102, 104 283, 284; Nos. 110–148 283; Nos. 150–160 (formerly Warwick Place) 114 (No. 150), 284
-, West side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–51 247 (No. 27), 303 (No. 39), 309 (No. 39), 311 (Nos. 37, 39), 316–17 passim; Nos 53–121 318, 319, 320 (No. 119); Nos. 123–129 319; No. 175 (formerly No. 3 Shaftesbury Terrace) 286; No. 179 (formerly No. 1 Shaftesbury Terrace) 273; Nos. 181–183 287; Nos. 187–189 287; Nos. 189A–191 287; Nos. 199–209 287

Warwick Square see Warwick Gardens

Warwick Street see Pater Street

Warwick Studios, Kensington High Street 263

Water closets 22, 27, 119, 154, 165, 180, 209, 378n.

Water supply: manins 68, 349; spring 23

Waterhouse, Edwin 70

Water-toboggan 333

Watkin, Sir Edward 328

Watkin Tower, Wembley 335

Watney Mann 11

a Watson, Thomas Henry 142

Watts, J. J. 229n., 230

b Watts, William 173, 175, 178, 206, 214, 294, 403

c Watts and Company 386

Wattsfield 225

Wattsfield Terrace see under Earl's Court Road

Wax-bleachers 218, 219

Weardale Villas, Earl's Court Road 282

Webb: Sir Aston 92; Beatrice (née Potter) 342; Dudley Unite 105

b Webb, Henry 6, 11, 44, 46, 49, 59

Webb, Jubal 86, 100, 103, 104, 105, 280, 408, 409, Pl. 40b

a Webb, Philip 44, 49

a Webster, J. J. 335

Webster, Sir Richard (Lord Alverstone) 75

b Wedgbrough, Joseph 24, 32–3

Wedgwood, Josiah 59

Weigell, Alfred 26

b Welchman, Thomas Guy (of Welchman and Gale, q.v. 152, 311

b Welchman and Gale 151, 152, 156

Welcome Club, Earl's Court Exhibition 332

Wells: John 346; Percy 359

a Wells: R. Douglas 148; Sir William 92

b Wells, William 162

Wells: William (the elder and the younger) 114

Wells, William, and Company 114, 284

b Wells and Company 306

b Welshman, Thomas Sealy 232n.

Wembley (Watkin Tower) 335

Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Warwick Gardens 368, 393–4, Pl. 151d

West Brighton 63

West Brompton Station: Metropolitan District Railway (now District Line) 326, 327, 329, 331, 401, fig. 131, Pl. 133c; West London Extension Railway 316, 326, 327, 329, 331, 401, Pl. 133c

West Cromwell Gardens, Earl's Court Road 287

West Cromwell Road 245, 247, 248, 249, 282, 287–8, 319, fig. 105; extention 288, 326, 337

West Kensington Goods and Coal Depot 329, 331

West Kensington Telephone Exchange 287

West London Air Terminal 337–8, 342

West London and Westminster Cemetery Company 242, 243

West London Extension Railway 245, 249, 268, 286, 288, 316, 325–6, 327, 331, 401; coal depot 244, 268, 282, 286, 287

West London (formerly Birmingham, Bristol and Thames Junction) Railay 242, 245, 323–9 passim, fig. 130

Westall, Rev. Henry 366, 367, 370–3 passim, 379, 380, 383

Westbourne Grove 86, 87, 91

Western House, Old Brompton Road 202, fig. 87

Western (now Kensington Gardens) Telephone Exchange 149

c Westlake, N. H. J. 28, 385, 389; see also Lavers, (Barraud) and Westlake

Westminster (diocese), Pro-Cathedral of see Our Lady of Victories, Church of

Westminster Cathedral 368, 387

(Westminster) Commissioners of Sewers 131, 249, 268, 269, 271, 322, 325, 408

Westminster Improvement Commissioners 347

Westminster Workhouse see St. Margaret and St. John, Westminster, Workhouse os

Wetherby Cottage (No. 2 Wetherby Studios) 166

Wetherby Gardens 206, 207, 208, 210, 214, figs. 82–3, 93–4, Pls. 91b, 94d
-, Nos. 1–9 214; Nos. 10, 11 208, 214, Pl. 91b; Nos. 12–19A 180, 208, 214, fig. 94, Pl. 91b; Nos. 20, 21 214; Nos. 23, 24 214, Pl. 94d; No. 25 206, 208, 208n. 214, fig. 93, Pl. 94d

Wetherby Grange, Yorkshire 200

Wetherby Mews 205, 214, fig. 82

Wetherby Place 106, 164–7 passim, 320, 412, figs. 65, 67, Pls. 67a, b, 69a; proposed studio 166–7, fig. 67, Pl. 69a; No. 5 165, Pl. 67a; No. 7 165

Wetherby Road (now Bolton Gardens and Wetherby Gardens, qq.v.) 206

Wetherby Road West (now part of Earl's Court Square, q.v. 314

Wetherby Studios 166–7, Pl. 69b

Wetherby Terrace (now Nos. 229–239 (odd) Earl's Court Road and Nos. 232–246 (even) Old Brompton Road) 202–3, 207, 213, 214, Pl. 97a

Wetherell, Thomas 56, 60, 61

Wheatsheaf p.h. (formerly Bell), Kensington High Street 78, 80

Wheble: James I 40, 47, 81–2; James II 82

a Wheeler, C.A. 93, 96, 97

b Wheeler: Carr 149; William 141, 207, 213

a Whichcord, John 67

a Whinney, Thomas B. (of Whinney, Son and Austen Hall) 261

Whitaker, Mrs. (fl. 1761) 43

b Whitaker, Elizabeth Ann 306, 307

a Whitaker, George 306–7, 314

Whitaker, Henry 243

b Whitaker: james 206, 207, 212, 213, 214, 295; Robert 304–6

Whitbread and Company 317

White, Charles 36

a White, Everard 298

White, Frederick 299

b White, John Bazley, and Brothers 294

a Whire, K. C., and Partners 261

White, K. C., and Partners 261

Whire, Robert Owen 191

b Whire, William 133

White City 335

Whire Eagle Lodge, The, St. Mary Abbot's Place 262

Whire Hart tavern, Earl's Court Lane 215, P. 97a

White Horse tavern, Kensington High Street 254

Whire House Hotel, Earl's Court Square 248

Whire Lodge (No. 9A Hereford Square) 167

‘Whire way’ lamp-standards 310

c Whitefriars Stained Glass 384

Whitehall Court 67, 69

Whitehead, James 87

Whirehead's Grove, Chelsea 131

Whirehouse, James 25

Whireley, William (department store of) 87, 91

White's Music Warehouse, Kensington High Street 81

Whirfield, George Pickney 161, 162

b Whiting, Joseph 133

Whitley, John Robinson 332, 333

Whitlock, Henry 260, 262

Whitlock, House, Earl's Court Road 262

c Whitmore, Tim 96

Whitmore, Dr. W. B. 353

b Whittick, Henry 84

Wickham, John 86

b Wigmore, William 379

b Wignall, James 46, 49

Wild East Show, Earl's Court Exhibition 333

Wild West Show, Earl's Court Exhibiton 317, 332

Wilkie, David 102

b Wilkins, John 152, 156, 170, 171, 173, 174, 403

Wilkins: William (architect) 112; William (builder, b. of John) 170

b Wilkinson, John 21

a Wilkinson, Philip 118, 291

b Willett: William, senior 109, 151 153–4, 156, 164, 165, 180, 206, 207, 208, 212, 214, 298, 403, 406, 407; William, junior 156, 403, 407; firm of 154, 156, 208n., 403, 407

William III 1, 2, 3; portrait of 16; servants and supporters of living in Kensington 1, 2, 3, 16, 19, 22, 26, 32

William Cobbett House, Scarsdale Place 98

a Williams: A. C. 213; Alfred 69, 76, 81, 228, 352, 353; F. E. (F. E. Williams and Cox) 76, 89, 148, 297

b Williams, G., and Sons 42

a Williams, J. Leonard 127

b Williams, James and Samuel 244, 282, 283

Williamson, Mrs. (w. Barnard) and John 121; nursery of Pl. 1

b Willis: Francis 232, 232n., 233n.; William Henry 125, 296, 320

b Wilmot, William George 261, 268

a Wilson, Colin 167; G. C. 35

Wilson, John 111

b Wilson, John 286n.

Wilson, Marris 231–4 passim, 392; property of fig. 100

Wilson: Max 248; Peter 282

b Wilson, Samuel Sewell 141

Wilton, 4th Earl of 193

Wilton, Wiltshire 252, 257

a Wimperis, J. T. 170, 172, 173

Winchilsea and Nottingham, 13th Earl of 37

a Wintle, K. C. 275

Wiple Place 133

Wise, Henry 396

Wiseman: Lady Arabella, w. of Sir William 26–7; Cardinal 27

b Withers: Charles 116; D., and Sons 213

Wodehouse, Sir John 60

Womens Pioneer Housing Ltd. 210

b Wood Hall Building Group 299

Wood bridge and Son 112

Woodbury, Walter (of Woodbury Permanent Photographic Printing Company)158

b Woodcock, R. 141

b Woodfield, Charles 13, 21

Woodley Lodge (later Bulmershe Court), Berkshire 82

c Woods,—(probably Charles) 291

b Woods, Frederick 141

Woods and Forests: Commissioners of 323; Office of 85, 92

Woodstock Grove, Shepherd's Bush 228n.

b Woodward, Thomas 12, 24

Woolf: Lady (fl. 1712–13) 42; Leonard 288, 299; Sidney 299

Woolsthorpe (formerly Carmarthen) House, Wright's Lane 100, 107, 108, fig. 33, Pls. 2, 42a

Woolwick 130; Royal Military Acade,u 35n.

Woolworths, Nos. 201–207 (odd) Kensington High Street 116

Workhouses see Kensington (Union) Workhouse and St. Margaret and St. John, Westminster, Workhouse of

Working-class housing 52, 54, 235, 244, 283, 285–7, 331, 409

Works, Office of 149; see also Property Services Agency and Public Buildings and Works, Ministry of

World Water Show, Earl's Court Exhibition 333

a Worley, R. J. 69, 70

c Wormleighton, J. 222

Worthington: Mr. 14; Mrs. 26; Elizabeth 3, 26; James 3, 14, 26; Thomas 358

Wortley Road see Courtfield Road

Wren, Sir Christopher 5, 6, 196

‘Wrexford Building Estate’ 332

Wright: Sir Almroth Edward 273; Gregory 100, 101, 105, 107; Lance (quoted) 338; family 197

Wright's Lane 1, 4, 24, 89, 92, 98, 99–108 passim, 289, 348, figs. 33–4, Pls. 3, 42a, b, 44b; arch in 103, Pl. 44b; nomenclature 100, 343n.
-, College House (Nos. 29–31) 92; Kensley House 98; Pemberton House 98; Scarsdale Terrace 92, 102–3, 103, 108, Pl. 42a; Seventh Church of Christ Scientist 105, 394; William Cobbett House 98; see also Abingdon House; Catholic University College; Cedar Villa; London Tara Hotel; Pontings; Scarsdale House; Woolsthorpe House

a Wyand, Alfred G. 298

Wyand: Samuel Juler, senior 292; Samuel Juler (the younger) 290, 292–3, 294, 298, 403

Wyld, James 221

Wyndham, Penruddock 332

Wynnstay Gardens 114–15, 401, 407

Wyvill, Marmaduke 105

Y.W.C.A., Earl's Court Road 201, 213

Yarmouth, Lady (fl. 1749)4

Yates, George 223–4, 344; property of figs. 95–6

Yates Grove see Earl's Court Gardens

a Yeats, G. R. 287

Yeats: Jack B. 317; John Butler 317; Lily 317; W.B. 317

Yeldham, Emma and Stephen 387

Yeo: Richard 117, 118, 403; Robert 117

Yerkes, Charles 329

York, Duke of see James II

York Buildings Water Works 254

York Mansions, Earl's Court Road 207, 210, 213, 309, Pl. 95a

Young, Edward Hilton (1st Baron Kennet) 40

b Young, John and Nicholas 6, 13

Young, Peter (s. of Thomas) 9

b Young, Thomas 1, 5–9 passim, 16 49; as house builder 6, 19, 22, 25, 43, 46; freehold sales by 8, 11, 13, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 29, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46; leases granted by 6, 11, 13, 14, 20, 21, 24, 26, 44, 45

Young, William (f. of Thomas) 5

Young and Company (of Wandsworth) 114, 284

a Young and Hall 360

Young Street 27, 32, 46–51, 78, 81, 83, 84, 107, figs. 2, 28, 30, Pls. 20–1, 22a, 30b, 34d; Barkers and 11, 46, 47, 49, 88, 97, 98
-, East side (odd numbers)
-, Multi-storey car park 47, 49; Nos. 1, 3 (dem.) 47; Nos. 5, 7 46, 47 (No. 5), 81; No. 9 46, 47, Pl. 20b; No. 11 (dem.) 46; Nos. 11–17 (present building) 47, Pl. 20d; No. 13 (dem.) 47; Nos. 15, 17 (Post Office, dem. 47, Pl. 20c; Nos. 19, 21 (dem.) 46, 47; No. 23 (dem.) 46, 47, Pl. 21b; No. 25 (formerly No. 10, Felday House, dem.) 44, 46, 49, Pl. 21b; No. 27 (formerly No. 11, The Little House, dem.) 46, 49–51, fig. 16, Pl. 21b
-, West side (even numbers)
-, Kensington Square Mansions 47; No. 16 (formerly No. 13) 11, 45, 46 47–9, 51, fig. 15, Pls. 21a, 22a; No. 18 (formerly No. 12, dem.) 45

‘Young's Street’ 46

Yugoslav Embassy, Lexham Gardens 299

Zeeta (Cake) Company 92, 93

Zetland House, Marlose Road 108

Ziegenhagen, Rev. F.M. 25

Zouche, 12th Baron 103



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