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  • Jeanne Strang on The Mansergh-Woodall ClubAccording to J. Ronald Adams, who recorded stories about Wharncliffe Gardens, the Mansergh Club was used as a mortuary during...
  • Jane Peerless Baldwin on Wartime gallantry in St John’s WoodHello, Lorraine Dalgleish, It was so nice to learn “the rest of the story.” So often these stories get lost....
  • Jeanne Strang on Abercorn PlaceCan you tell us where in Abercorn Place you found this sign? An 1846 map by George Lucas shows that...
  • Janice Marchant on ‘Carlos the Jackal’I was at the Middlesex hospital London with my husband when they brought Howard Sieff in. He was fully dressed....
  • Louise McCauley. on Sigismund Goetze 1866 – 1939I have only just discovered the letter from Helen Cippico regarding her great uncle. It was indeed interesting to find...
  • Steve McCarthy on Wharncliffe GardensWe first lived on the top floor of first main courtyard from Lisson Grove and then moved to 167 ground...
  • Ann Rathbone/Buchanan on Townshend Cottages after the Second World WarMy name is Ann Rathbone /Buchanan i was born in 37 Townsend Road. then lived at 12 Townsend Cottages. My...
  • David Stevens on Jennifer ImpeyHi I knew the Impey Family: I went to school with David and I remember Jennifer Impey. They also had...
  • Stuart Conway on Shops in St Johns Wood in the 1960sBack in the early and middle 60s, my dad Henry Conway was the Manager of the Express Dairy shop in...
  • Nita Heaton-Harris (nee Dunn) on St John and St Elizabeth in the 1950s and 1960sI had my tonsils and adenoids removed in St John and St Elizabeth hospital; I was probably 5 years old....
  • Bridget Clarke on Some Street Name DerivationsI think originally the road was called Marlborough Hill Gardens as it was mainly occupied by nursery gardens but when...
  • Joan Hanover on St John’s Wood Terrace – 1960sI also remember Brown's the fishmongers on the corner of Allitsen Road next to the pub.....called the Portland? In fact...
  • Philip Sallon on Some Street Name DerivationsHi Bridget, Thank you very much for taking the trouble to reply to my questions with your info. What I...
  • RUTH DONIACH-DURANT on A Walk Down Langford Place 12 Langford Place inspired the John Betjeman poem in which he refers to it as a "witch's house"
  • Terry Farmer on St John’s Wood 1934 -1960My Grandparents George and Rose Farmer lived at 14 Newcourt Street and my dad Georgie was born there in 1923,...
  • Alistair Stevenson on The Knights of St. John PubI remember you Antony and remember those old days with Ron. Me? Well I am now eighty one years old...
  • Adriane Hanover (Hyams) on Queries from our readersIs there anyone who lived in the prefabs from 1948 till 1954? Does anyone remember me or my family, the...
  • Adriane Hanover (Hyams) on St John’s Wood Terrace – 1960sI lived in St John's Wood in 1946 till 1969.I remember the United dairies. We lived in the prefabs behind...
  • Bridget Clarke on Some Street Name DerivationsIt is named after John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough (1650-1722) who was victorious against the French in the reign...
  • PHILIP SALLON on Some Street Name DerivationsHi, I live in Marlborough Hill, and your website says it was named after the Duke of Marlborough. Which particular...
  • Jeanne Strang on Memories of 14 Langford Place 1946-55 by Ruth DoniachAs one of the editors of this website , I was fascinated to read your contribution about living in Langford...
  • Gerald Hanover on St John’s Wood 1934 -1960I too lived in Newcourt st at number 17,and quite clearly remember Reg and Royston Page. I believe it might...
  • David Barrett on Carlton HillI lived at 23 Carlton Hill with my mum and dad Rose and Tom Barrett. I went to Barrow Hill...
  • sue on Shops in St Johns Wood in the 1960sMy auntie Mary was a Salamone before becoming a Rumble. She was one of the daughters who helped run the...
  • Deb Sutton on Public HousesI lived in O'Neill House, Cochrane Street from the early sixties until the eighties. My mum and dad continue to...
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