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Charles Luck of Surbiton, the architect, the man

This is a PowerPoint presentation with notes of a talk entitled “Charles Lock Luck of Surbiton. The architect & the man”.

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Kingston

WADBROOK STREET IN KINGSTON: A GENEALOGICAL CHALLENGE

The origin of the surname “Wadbrook” is obscure. It was found in Kingston upon Thames records as far back as 1660

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Surbiton

CHARLES LOCK LUCK, 1833-1890, A SURBITON ARCHITECT

Charles Lock Luck an architect, born in 1833 at the Paragon, Blackheath, lived in Surbiton from 1860-1890.

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Kingston

The Kingston upon Thames Debtors’ Prison

The Kingston upon Thames Debtors’ Prison existed from 1829-1852 and was situated in what is today Bath Passage.

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The Stockhouse

The Stockhouse, otherwise called the Town Gaol or Borough Gaol, in Kingston upon Thames was situated within what is today the Bentall Centre in Clarence Street.

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Kingston

An Interesting Couple

The grave of John Robert and Gertrude Pannell is in Surbiton Cemetery [Section IV, Grave 58]…

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Kingston

A VIRTUAL TOUR OF COOMBE CONDUIT

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.

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ANECDOTAL MEMORIES: DOORS INTO THE PAST, A REVIEW

Audrey Giles’ new book evolved from the research of a family anecdote about a railway accident in 1904 in which her grandfather, George Spencer, was seriously injured.

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A GLIMPSE OF KINGSTON WORKHOUSE INFIRMARY IN 1911

Catherine McAllister, Assistant Matron at Kingston Infirmary, killed in the Irish Mail Disaster, 14 August 1915

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Catherine McAllister, Assistant Matron at Kingston Infirmary, killed in the Irish Mail Disaster, 14 August 1915

Catherine McAllister, Assistant Matron at Kingston Infirmary, killed in the Irish Mail Disaster, 14 August 1915

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Supporting the Manna Society – The Life and Times of Blessed William Way

A talk to support the Manna Society’s day centre for homeless people near London Bridge https://www.mannasociety.org.uk

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Life and times of Bl. William Way, the Kingston Martyr

A shrine to the Bl. William Way was unveiled at St Agatha’s Catholic Church, Kingston, on 15 August 1971.

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Kingston

THE MARTYRDOM OF THE BLESSED WILLIAM WAY

THE MARTYRDOM OF THE BLESSED WILLIAM WAY IN KINGSTON UPON THAMES ON 23 SEPTEMBER 1588. WAS IT IN THE MARKET PLACE?

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Kingston

MOTORCYCLE CLUBS IN THE KINGSTON UPON THAMES AREA BEFORE THE GREAT WAR

MOTORCYCLE CLUBS IN THE KINGSTON UPON THAMES AREA BEFORE THE GREAT WAR [1914-18] – MEMBERSHIP AND ACTIVITIES.

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Kingston

MAYOR JOHN WILLIAMS & KINGSTON’S FAIRFIELD…

MAYOR JOHN WILLIAMS & KINGSTON’S FAIRFIELD. A TRIBUTE TO JUNE SAMPSON, LOCAL HISTORIAN & JOURNALIST.

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Kingston

BEHIND THE NAMES…

BEHIND THE NAMES. THE MEMORIAL TO THE PARISH DEAD OF THE GREAT WAR, 1914-1919, AT ST. RAPHAEL’S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, KINGSTON UPON THAMES

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