Person    | Male  Born 1860 

Charles William Tagg

Charles William Tagg

Camberwell Town Clerk in 1901. We found our man at Ratcliffe History: "Charles William TAGG. He was born 1860 in Camberwell, Surrey, England[2, 2]. He married Emily Isabel COOKE. They were married 1891 in (Mar Q), Hastings, East Sussex, England[2]. Residence 1901. Record Change on 16 Jan 2009. Title was Mr. Address was 17 Ashburnham Road / Hastings, East Sussex TN34 / England. Occupation was Solicitor's General Clerk (1881), Vestry Clerk of Camber."

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Charles William Tagg

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Camberwell Baths

Borough of Camberwell Lady Llangattock laid this foundation stone of these pu...

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Camberwell Library

Borough of Camberwell Public Library This foundation stone was laid July 25 1...

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Emily Murray

Emily Murray

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Sir Robert William Dibdin, JP, FRGS

Sir Robert William Dibdin, JP, FRGS

Robert William Dibdin was born on 15 June 1848 in Bloomsbury, the second of the six children of the Reverend Robert William Dibdin (1805-1887) and Caroline Dibdin née Thompson (1812-1897). His pate...

Person, Law, Liveries & Guilds, Politics & Administration

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Sir John Wollaston

Sir John Wollaston

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Person, Benefactor, Lord Mayor, Politics & Administration

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Gerard Conyers

Gerard Conyers

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Copenhagen House & Fields

Copenhagen House & Fields

Copenhagen House was a famous tavern & tea-garden which stood in what is now Copenhagen Park, N7, from early 17th century until 1855. The name either comes from the King of Denmark who stayed i...

Place, Architecture, Commerce, Food & Drink, Politics & Administration, Denmark

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