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Tottenham Brick Wall

Discussion in 'More Middlesex Resources' started by ourleaves, Jun 1, 2013.

  1. ourleaves

    ourleaves Member


    This is my biggest wall. Never mind brick, the darn thing is made of titanium. I have a lot of leads but just can't seem to get them to combine into one solid piece of family info.

    Does anyone know where I can get a street map of West Tottenham circa 1928? It has to be online, since I am in Canada.
  2. AnneC

    AnneC LostCousins Star

    There's one for 1908 on MAPCO that may be of some help
  3. AndyMick

    AndyMick LostCousins Star

    I was looking for maps of Lambeth and Fulham for various periods - searching on Google for London Maps provided a lot of leads. Whether you'll be able to turn up one for exactly 1928 I can't say - I was searching for 1906 for Fulham and got 1900 and 1909. Here's 2 sources I found: Baedeker Guide for 1909 Bartholomew's map of 1940

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