Hi everyone.i am doing research and am looking for an old address and hope some can help.My grandparents were living and working at this address in 1937 the address is 27 Tenison Street london se1 they were both in service there.I have found the place in the 1901 census but it does not help.If possible would like to know what this address was and how long my grandparents were there for.
If anyone can help,would be very greatful.
Sheila, see if you can track down a Kelly's Directory for that area, they were brilliant for that..are you in london? you could ring the john harvard for the number of the place that is the local history libray ( sorry senior moment!) local studies library that is down the small alley that used to run into Tennis street, just off long lane.
hi JonR, you are talking about a big store called labels just of the m50.more good paid jobs things for kids to do i could go now but not in a whinging mood,any way labels is a seconds clothes out let which is supposed to be cheap.but a great place to but from.
The 1901 Kelly's handbook is available online on www.1837online.com. You do have to pay to search it, though, and the searches can only be done by surname as far as I can see (I tried to search for the address for you, but couldn't do it). Hope that helps.
many thanks for that will give it a go.i already use that site a lot(a great site) why is there not a lot of info on this place???,just want to know what the property was and how long they were there for,and what their jobs were like.??????????????
once again many thanks