Oakwood Terrace

Terrace of three houses south of the Swan and north of Smith’s Terrace, marked in red on this 1911 map.

From the 1915 street directory, going south on the west side of London Road:

The Swan inn, William POWELL
Adolphus DENDY, wheelwright, (The Oakwoods)

OAKWOOD TERRACE:
3 Arthur WELLS
2 Thomas Walter BOWHILL
1 Arthur HOOKINGS
______
PILLAR LETTER BOX

SMITH’S TERRACE:
1 Frederick STANNET, grocer
2 William CHANCE, laundry
3 Mrs HALLIDAY
4 Thomas William MOSS
5 Thompson & Son, dairy
6 Mrs. Minnie McNAUGHTON, beer retailer

……. here is Bond rd ……

RUPERT TERRACE:
8 Samuel TIMPSON, coffee rooms
7 Mrs. Ellen WHITING, tobacconist
6 Miss SHELLARD
5 George McEVOY
4 Thomas William PAICE
3 Mrs KIRBY
2 Francis STEMBRIDGE
1 Richard Henry GERARD

World War 1 Connections

From the Surrey Recruitment Registers:

A HOOKINGS of 1 Oakwood Terrace London Road, aged 41 Years, Printer. Conscripted on 28 December 1916 to the Army Service Corps (k Coy).

F MONK of 1 Oakwood Terrace London Road Mitcham, aged 23 Years, Mantle Cutter. Conscripted on 11 June 1917 to the 84th Training Reserve Batn.


Maps are reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland.

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