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STOCKWELL GREEN, STOCKWELL

Renumbering plan for Stockwell Green. Subsidiary names abolished include; Clune Vale, Clarence Cottage, Victoria Place, Elinor Villas, Elinor Terrace and Stockwell Cottage. Premises noted include; Hammerton Brewery (Charles Hammerton), British Brewery (Waltham Brothers), British Schools and Congregational Chapel. Occupiers include; Edward Waltham (Walcombe House), Emile Depresle (Passy House), James Lee (Seaton House), William Osborne of the Hackney Theological Seminary in Waterloo House, William Henry Banks (Adelaide Cottage), John Coffee, Mary Anne Selfe, George James Moss, and Miss Mary Sharpe.From the Street Renumbering/ Renaming Files, dated 31st May 1872Ref: LBL/DCEPS/SL/1/230

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Collection:Street Renumbering Files
Image type:Drawing
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Ref:11681
Original ref:LBL/DCEPS/SL/1/230
Date:1872

1850 - 1875COMMERCE AND INDUSTRYDrawingOPEN SPACESRELIGIONROADS AND STREETSSTOCKWELLStreet Renumbering FilesTRADE

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