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    In 40s and 50s, On the corner of Tansfeld and Newlands Park was a Greengrocer ( 7lbs. of King Edward potatoes 1/- (one shilling or 5 pence to the youngsters) ). A couple of shops up was a Newsagent (where I did my paper round) and the shop on the corner of Newlands Park and Studland Road was a sweetshop (where I developed my sweet tooth). Sorry no pics.
    By the way on the left of Tansfeld opposite the entrance to Alexandra Park was a row of lock up garages and next to them a bomb shelter (great for playing in). In Studland Road was the Wayne Tank and Pump company factory until 1958

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    Hello could anyone shred light on the real name of the man who used these alaises in 1930's, they were george j fletcher, george/william parker, george (ginger) fletcher. E.P Edgar, David brian ST.Clair, and Patrick Mackenzie,and george williams. one of these may be his real name or he may have another different, i do know he was in portsmouth prison in Dec 1934 serving a sentance for stealing and forging cheques, his prison no was 902. and he was about southwark and harrow road and all london as he got about, girl friend or wife was violet. he had a scar or mole on his forehead, spoke in rough speech, and stood about 5.6in then. He may have had in his sentance some kind of reformary. He also had a friend called henry james lee alias henry fletcher, the child betty of violets was said to have a father with the surname of knight.violet was known at the lambeth girls refuse, salamanca house,randell road, lambeth in the early 1930.s after march 1934 no trace of her.
    Can anyone help me or know of where these people are please, any info would be greatfully recieved.

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    A request for the 1979-1985 records

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