Did Anne Boleyn Have a Stepmother? - The Anne Boleyn Files
I’m writing this article to banish the myth that Anne Boleyn had a stepmother because, for some reason, I have received three emails in the past two weeks all asking me about Elizabeth Boleyn’s apparent death in 1512. All three emails referred to novels which give Anne a stepmother, for example Jean Plaidy’s “Lady in […]
Princes Street, Lambeth, c1865. iew of Henry Millichamp's terracotta and drainpipe works, on Princes Street, Lambeth near the corner with Salamanca Street. Showing the salt-glazed stoneware drainpipes stacked in the yards on either side of the main factory entrance. Just visible on the far side of the curving road is the entrance portico of soap boiler.
Lambeth Parish Watch House
A watch house was erected on Lambeth High Street in 1825, for the purpose of holding ‘the drunk and disorderly’. Its site is marked with a stone in Lambeth High Street Recreational Ground. The building was apparently demolished at some point between the wars. There was a second Lambeth Watch House next to St John’s …
Lambeth (London Borough) illustrated map giclee print
⭐️ ⭐️ This is an original illustrated map of Lambeth, a borough of London, UK, inspired by decorative antique map prints and entirely hand-drawn and digitally coloured. Its decoration scheme references the area's rich diversity, culture and history. The coat of arms at the left of the image is the official arms of the borough. The two illustrations at top left and bottom right show views of the Tudor gatehouse of Lambeth Palace (the residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury) and Brixton…