This is a PowerPoint presentation with notes which is intended to provide a virtual tour of Coombe Conduit, one of Kingston’s most important ancient monuments. It is based on a talk given earlier in the year and is a poor substitute for the guided tours of the site that should have taken place as part of this year’s Heritage Open Days and Open House London festivals in September.  Sadly, this year they have been cancelled in compliance with the Government’s control measures to address the current Coronavirus pandemic.

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The Author

David A. Kennedy, PhD

About 20 years ago, I accompanied my late wife to some talks on the use of computers in historical research and began to help her with her genealogical studies. Later, I took part in a project, organised by the Centre for Local History Studies at Kingston University, to digitise the Enumerators’ Books for the Kingston Census of 1851-1891. This rekindled my interest in history, especially that of Kingston upon Thames, where I live. This website has been set up so that I can share my research findings, some based on digitised material, with others who may be interested in them.

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