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From: "JohnFHH" <>
Subject: Re: Lambeth question
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 1999 14:23:32 +0100
What was the Source for your info.?
What was the date of your info?
Sounds like a census, in which case it is presumably the enumerator's or
other official's way of collating the schedules.
Park Street does not appear in my 1910 or 1927 A-Z , though there is a Park
Road and also a Park Street in Southwark. It had presumably been renamed or
cleared before then.
The Lost London Streets site may help
Godfrey's maps may also help.
Sorry not to have been more help
John Henley (if it bounces try again, trouble with ISP,I am still here:-) ]
HENLEY, PARKER, PRENTICE, SECKER, RAPER, DURDEN
ROLFE, (O)RAFFERTY, EVANS, PARSONS, SYMONDS [Berks/Hants/Wilts]
From: Jani Date: 27 September 1999 22:14 Subject: Lambeth question
>My great great grandfather, James Samuel CHANDLER, lived on Park Street,
>Lambeth, Surrey (Lambeth Church 2nd) and his father, also J.S. CHANDLER,
>lived on Savile Place in Lambeth (Lambeth Church 1st part). The first was
>the gas fitter and his father a leather cutter. My question is, what does
>the Lambeth Church 1st and 2nd mean? Are these 2 different 'parishes' (I
>believe they were Catholics as my great grandfather was). In the 1819 map
>of London that I found online (thanks to someone here!) it shows a Park
>Street located quite a distance from the present Park Street. Does anyone
>have any idea about the above? Thank you!!>>Jani