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10 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington


Notes: 2 doors away from 14 Cleveland Gardens, home of Charles Meaburn Tatham & family. S H Sturgis's daughter Cicely married C M Tatham's nephew Edward on 14 Jan 1898.
The house no longer exists. Cleveland Gardens was a terrace of substantial white stucco houses, constructed in the early 1860s. It is clearly shown in Stanfords' 1862 London map as a single continuous row along part of the NW side of James Street (now Cleveland Terrace), which then ran from Porchester Terrace through to Eastbourne Terrace.
Several houses suffered bomb damage in WW2. In the 1950s most of the NW side of the James St was demolished and replaced by the blocks of flats forming the Hallfield housing estate.
What is now called Cleveland Gardens was then Rutland Square.

Latitude: 51.5156, Longitude: -0.1831


Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Death    Person ID 
1 Sturgis, Samuel Harman  12 Nov 189310 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington I0081


Matches 1 to 2 of 2

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Residence    Person ID 
1 Pontin, Sarah Emma  Nov 189310 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington I0959
2 Sturgis, Samuel Harman  Nov 189310 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington I0081