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From: "Keira Lockyer" <>
Subject: Re: [BRITISH-JEWRY] Sams Coffee House
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2007 06:25:19 +1000
As I understand it Duke's Place and St James Place are virtually one and the
same. Maybe someone from London could advise.
Will reply off line about Lewis RAPHAEL who I now believe to be the son of
Moses RAPHAEL of 1 Stone Cutters Court in 1838 and 1841.
Hepburn Springs Australia
> There seem to be two address' for Sams Coffee House. The first is in
> King Street, Duke's Place:
> There is a reference in the Gazette for 1816 to creditors of David
> Andrade who were called for a meeting at the house
> of Isaac Joseph, Sam's Coffee-shop, King Street, Duke's-Place.
> Then there are a number of later references to Sams Coffee House at St.
> James Place, Algate. Solomon Joseph (is this a son of Isaac?) of Sams
> Coffee House died in 1864 at the age of 56.There are also records for
> Lewis Benjamin and Joseph Raphael of Howards Coffee House.
> Incidentally, the person who was present at the death of my gggfather
> Aaron Aarons in 1849 was Ralph Raphael. Is this any relation to your
> Lewis Raphael?
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