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Old 22-01-10, 13:55
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Name - "official" name and what they were known as
James Butcher
Date and place of birth
abt 1828, Lambeth, Surrey
Names of parents
James Butcher and Elizabeth(Betsey) Wickham
Date and place of baptism
30 Nov 1828, St Mary, Lambeth
Details of each of his or her marriages
Sarah Hephzibah Dibley, 9 Nov 1857, St Leonard's, Shoreditch, Middx,
Occupation(s)
Painter
Addresses where they lived
1841 - Mount Row, Lambeth (also there at time of baptism)
1851- 117 Waterloo Rd, Lambeth, Surrey (in 1861 his parents were still there and it was a pub "Great Britain" any info welcome!)
1861 - not found, as Kite said last week sections for Shoreditch missing!
1871 - 5 Queen Caroline Gdns, Bethnal Green
Date, place and cause of death
2 Dec 1874, Queen Caroline gdns, Bethnal Green. Chronic Bronchitis.
Date and place of burial / cremation.
Not known
Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
Unlikely
Memorial inscription
Not found
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Old 24-01-10, 08:22
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If you google 117 Waterloo Rd, Lambeth and then click on maps you get 109 - 117 Waterloo Rd Mercury House, Lambeth, London SE1 8UL, UK.

If you then click the A on the map and then view the street view you can zoom in on the Waterloo Business Centre (next to the Waterloo Brasserie) which clearly says 117 on the signage. Unfortunately the upper part of the building looks distinctly 20th C to me. Still, unless they have re-numbered the street, that's probably where the pub was!
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Old 24-01-10, 09:05
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Thanks Merry, I had Googled many moons ago and knew that the building had gone but that was before magic camera stuff!! Will have another look. I found a few records at the LMA (a licence for a billiard table!) but no other info as yet. But that was when I was just getting into Family History and now that I have a bit more idea of what to look for I need to go back to see if I can find more!
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