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Rev. R. Henley

Rev. R. Henley

Administrator of the Putney Pest House Charity, 1862. Listed as "The Hon. and Revd. R. Henley - Incumbent" on the Pest House plaque. Vicar of St Mary's Putney in 1886.

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Rev. R. Henley

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Putney Pest House Charity

Putney Labourers Cottages Erected on land belonging to the Pest House Charity...

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Putney New Bridge

So the churchyard must have occupied the ground between the church and the ri...

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