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Ann Crump of Hereford House

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Ann Crump of Hereford House

Niece of James Chamberlain. Cousin of William Pearce. Michelle Foate, Pearce’s great (x3) niece kindly gave us the following information: Hereford House was 12 Pond Street. James Bradley Chamberlain was an optician, whose step-son was William Warburton Pearce, an art dealer. Ann Crump, William's unmarried cousin, was their housekeeper at Hereford House. We think Hereford House used to occupied part of the current site of the Royal Free Hospital, along with Rowland Hill's Bertram House.

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Ann Crump of Hereford House

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South End Green fountain

Designed by J H Evins. A Facebook contact gave us some additional informatio...

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Silver Thimble Fund

Silver Thimble Fund

Miss {Elizabeth} H. E. Hope-Clarke of Wimbledon, inspired by her own damaged silver thimble, started collecting damaged or unwanted thimbles and other trinkets to contribute to the war effort.  She...

Group, Benefactor

2 memorials
Hilda Seligman

Hilda Seligman

Author and sculptor. Born Hilda Mary McDowell. In the 1930s she entertained both Mahatma Gandhi and Haile Selassie at her home in Wimbledon, and sculpted the bust of Selassie which now stands in Ca...

Person, Benefactor, Literature, Sculpture, India

1 memorial
W. Ward

W. Ward

Benefactor who lived Lawn House Brixton Hill in 1880.

Person, Benefactor

1 memorial