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Thomas Holland

We thank Jay Dae-Su Vega for permission to use this picture from his website where we learn that Holland was a barrister. Thence we found the Middle Temple register of admissions where we learn that Holland was the fifth son of Thomas H. of Bolton-le-Moors, Lancs, retired superintendent, Lancashire constabulary. He was admitted in 1896 and called to the bar on 26 January 1899 (aged 40 if we are reading the source correctly). Chelsea Town Clerk c.1908.

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Grove Buildings

Grove Buildings Erected in 1909 by the Council of the Metropolitan Borough of...

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Chelsea Old Town Hall

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