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Charles Cruft

Charles Cruft Charles Cruft
Inscription

Historic House
Charles Alfred Cruft, dog show promoter lived near here, 1913 - 1938.
London Borough of Islington

Site: Charles Cruft (1 memorial)

N5, Highbury Grove, Ashurst Lodge

Ashurst Lodge (number 12) was demolished in 1965 to make way for Highbury Grove School.

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Charles Cruft

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Charles Cruft

Dog show promoter. Worked as a travelling salesman for Spratt's. His first ...

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Charles Cruft

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Islington Council

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