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From: "fred waite" <>
Subject: Re: [SRY] re: Mappin & Webb (rephrased for clarification)
Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 20:19:32 +0100
Mappin and Webb are high class silversmiths and wouldn't be seen dead
south of the river. Your great-grandfather would have walked or caught
a bus to work. Their branches were at: Regent St., Oxford St., Bond
St., Fenchurch St., Queen Victoria St. and Brompton Road.
From: Roberts <>
Date: 11 June 2004 22:03
Subject: [SRY] re: Mappin & Webb (rephrased for clarification)
>However, I can't seem to determine from the address on the 1891
>where my great grandfather living on 51 Hatcham Road, Camberewell
>the closest Mappin and Webb store would have been in relations to
>home. Sorry if I caused confusion.
>Previous email -
>Its me again. I was wondering if SKS would have a book of business
>around the London Area. My great grandfather Hugh Cullen and his
>lived at 51 Hatcham Road, Camberwell.
>He worked for Mappin and Webb and I would assume he lived verily
>to his job. Would someone have the capability to look up and see the
>closest Mappin and Webb shop in 1893? What would they have sold in
>shop? tea pots and silver trays ? I'm in the middle of writing a
>and some information isn't at my fingertips. I would be most
>appreciative if SKS would help me.
>This list has been most helpful to me and I want to thank everyone in
>the past that has help me try and find the Cullen's. I'm at a dead
>with the genealogy so I decided to put it a way for a few weeks.
>pick it back up in a few weeks. I'm sure everyone on this list can
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