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The Hall - Aged Pilgrims Asylum, Hornsey Rise, North London Featured Camberwell Print

The Hall - Aged Pilgrims Asylum, Hornsey Rise, North London

The Hall at the Aged Pilgrims Asylum, Hornsey Rise, North London. 1649 Pensioners, 120 inmates (!) - 43 Daily Expenditure. The Aged Pilgrims Friend Society was founded in 1807, providing pensions and almshouses for elderly Christians. A residential care home was opened in Hornsey Rise in 1871. By 1928 the charity had homes at Camberwell, Stamford Hill, Brighton, and Gerrards Cross. The Society is now known as the Pilgrims Friend Society and continues to manage residential care homes and sheltered accommodation across England. Date: 1907

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Air raid over London seen from Trafalgar Square, WW1 Featured Camberwell Print

Air raid over London seen from Trafalgar Square, WW1

Air-raid over London seen from Trafalgar Square. By 240455 Private George Barrow, 6th Battalion, Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry (formerly 7389, Royal Berkshire Regiment). He was born In Bermondsey, enlisted in Camberwell, lived In Kennington, died on active service 31.8.1917, buried at the Mendinghem Military Cemetery, Poperinge, West-Flaanderen, Belgium (Grave Reference Va14)

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

London man gives £1600 organ to Cambridgeshire church. Owing to the generosity of a London man Featured Camberwell Print

London man gives £1600 organ to Cambridgeshire church. Owing to the generosity of a London man

London man gives £1600 organ to Cambridgeshire church.
Owing to the generosity of a London man, Doddington (Cambridgeshire) parish church will soon celebrate its 1000th birthday with a new organ.
The church, which has a director's roll going back to 1282, was once the richest in the country, but it has grown so poor that though a new organ was badly needed no one could raise the money.
Now, in response to an appeal of the Rector, the Rev Richard Ridge, the church has been given an organ by Mr F. C. Nunn, a 78-year-old Dulwich bachelor.
The organ, three manual instrument, is 49 years old, but is in perfect condition. It is said to be worth £1600.
The only problem now facing 65-year-old Mr Ridge is the raising of £200 for transporting and assembling the organ at Doddington.
Photo shows, the Rev Richard Ridge, (left), Rector of Doddington church, and Mr Reeves, the builder of the organ, testing the pipes at the organ building works in Camberwell, London.
15 February 1938

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