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1980

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387-408

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'Index: A-J', Survey of London: volume 40: The Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings) (1980), pp. 387-408. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42164 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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NOTE. The symbols in the left-hand margin distinguish those persons who have worked, or are thought to have worked, on the fabric of the area, and the authors of unexecuted designs: aArchitects, designers, engineers, and surveyors bBuilders and allied tradesmen cArtists, craftsmen, and decorators

Abdy, Sir William, 7th Bt 342

Aberconway: 2nd Baron 342; Lady (his w.) 104, 344

Abercorn: 1st Duke of (formerly 2nd Marquess) 192, 193, 278, 280; his das (sculpture) 193; 2nd Duke 110, 193, 216, 257; his w. 188; 3rd Duke 188, 193; 8th Earl of 142; 9th Earl (later 1st Marquess) 142

Abercromby, 4th Baron 35

Aberdeen: 7th Earl of (later 1st Marquess) 51, 144, 145, 154; Lady (his w.) 145, 154

Abergavenny: 16th Baron 23; 17th Baron (later 1st Earl) 47; 2nd and 3rd Earls 319; Lady (Rebecca, w. of 16th Baron) 206

Abingdon, Earls of: 3rd 148; 4th 228, 283; 6th 39

Abinger, Dow. Lady (w. of 1st Baron) 282, 283

Abney-Hastings, C. F. (1st Baron Donington) 142, 233

a Abrahams, Mr (? Robert Abraham) 300

Acheson, Viscount (later 3rd Earl of Gosford) and w. 52

Adair, Robert 224

a Adam, James 56, 121, 136, 312, 319, see also Adam Brothers

a Adam, Robert 5, 36, 56, 121, 136, 142–3, 145, 202, 311, 312, 319, see also Adam Brothers

aAdam Brothers (James and Robert, q.v.) 115, 128, 143, 149

c Adams, — 160

Adams, Abigail (d. of John Adams) 124

Adams, Abigail (w. of John Adams) 115, 124

Adams, George 17

Adams, John 124, 125

b Adams, John 194n., 282

b Adams, Samuel 330

a Adams, Holden and Pearson 178

Adams Row (formerly Adam's Mews) 151, 169, 303, 317, 321, 322, 323

Addington, Henry (later 1st Viscount Sidmouth) 24, 133

Adelaide, Queen 323

Adkins, William 181

c Adron, Samuel 126n., 159n.

Aeolian Company 62

Aeolian Hall (formerly Grosvenor Gallery) 60–2, fig. 19, Pl. 16a

Affleck, Lady 338

Agar: Sir Emanuel Felix 282, 283, 285; Welbore Ellis 282, 283; latter's picture collection 241, 242, 282

Agar-Robartes: Cecil Edward 149; Thomas Charles (2nd Baron Robartes later 6th Viscount Clifden) 149, 232, 276

Agnew: Sir Andrew, 9th Bt 231; Col. Patrick Vans 18

Ailesbury: Dow. Countess of (w. of 3rd Earl) 141; 2nd Earl and 1st Marquess of and w. 160

Ailsa, 4th Marquess of 224

Ainslie, Gen. George 17

Airlie, 5th Earl of 66; his w. 47

Aisha, Princess Lalla 158

Aislabie: John 127, 128, 144; Capt. William 15, 128

a Aitchison, George 288

b Aitkens, John M. 108

Albemarle, Earls of: 2nd 114, 132; 6th 13, 148

Albemarle Arms p.h., South Audley Street 304

Albemarle Street: Grillon's Hotel 323; No. 20 229n.

Albert, Prince 300

Albert Memorial 336

Albion p.h., Duke Street 86

Alcan House 67

b Alcott, Joseph 242n.

Alderton, W. J. 3

Aldford House see under Park Lane

Aldford Street (formerly Chapel Street, q.v.) 267, 290, 304, 330, 332, 334, Pl. 92a, d
-, No. 2 (formerly 1 Street's Mews) 334, 335; No. 3 (formerly 1 Balfour Mews) 334, 335, fig. 82; No. 4 334, 335; Nos. 5–6333–4, fig. 81, Pl. 92d; No. 15 256–7, 268–9, Pl. 73d

b Aldin, Charles, and Sons 208, 329

Aldred, Capt. John 205

Aldworth-Neville, Richard (later 2nd Baron Braybrooke) 50

Alexander, Grand Duke of Russia 25

Alexander: Lt-col. Maurice 270; Sir William 125

Alington, 1st Baron 35, 48, 208

c Alken, — 120n.

c Alken, Sefferin 118n., 119, 146n.

Allen, Lady (? w. of Sir William Allen, 1st Bt) 52

Allen, 6th Viscount 40

c Allen, Charles 227

b Allen, Matthew (and Son) 94, 96, 109, 110

Allen, Ralph 147

Allen, Robert 329

Allen and Mannooch 329

Alleyne, Elizabeth 204

c Allom, Sir Charles 141, 144, 281, see also White Allom

Alpine Club 311

c Alston, John 113

Alvensleben, Baron 149

American Church in London 108

American Embassy see United States Embassy

American Women's Club 35, 47

Amherst: 1st Earl and w. 53; 2nd Earl 161; 3rd Earl 55, 210; William (later 1st Baron) 20, 21, 90

cAmiconi, Jacopo 137

Ampthill, 2nd Baron 188

Amyand, Claudius and w. 319

a Anag, George 52

Ancaster, 3rd Duke of and w. 147

Anderson, Rev. David 36

a Anderson, J. Macvicar 130, 193, 197, 337

Anderson, Sir Stephen, 3rd Bt 256

a Anderson and Beckwith 169n.

Andrews, Rev. Mr 299

b Andrews, Jonathan (and Sons) 59, 84–5, 90, 92, 219, 231, 327

Andrews, Richard 141

Andrews, Robert 35, 99, 113, 140–1, 185, 186, 191, 290, 299, 330

a Angell, Robert, and Curtis 76

Anglesey, Marquesses of: 1st 204; 3rd 236; 6th 127

Angouleme, Duchess d' 323

Annaly, 3rd Baron 219

Annesley, 4th Earl of 283

a Anns and Haigh 51, 55

c Anrep, Boris 213

b Ansell, Charles 41

Antrim, Dow. Countess of (w. of 4th Earl) 232

Apsley, Lord (later 3rd Earl Bathurst) 24

Apsley House, Piccadilly 264

Arber, Rutter and Waghorn 321

b Arber, Thomas 147, 290

a Arber, W. H. 75, 196

Archard's, South Audley Street 291

Archer: 1st Baron 118; Lady (w. of 2nd Baron) 174; Henry and w. 126; Thomas 125

Arden, 2nd Baron 40

Ardilaun, Baron 283

a Arding and Bond 206

Argand lamp 202

Argyll: 2nd Duke of 311; 6th Duke 210; Margaret, Duchess (w. of 11th Duke) 238n.

Armbrecht, Nelson and Co. 87

b Armer, Walker, 138n.

Armiger (? Emerger), Gen. 205

Armistead, Mrs Elizabeth 339

b Armstrong, —72n.

Armstrong, Annie 327

b Armstrong (John) and Wyatt 22, 84, 121

b Army and Navy Auxiliary Co-operative Supply Company 198

Arran, Earl of (Charles Butler) 50

b Arrow, —120n.

a Arthur, Frederick 24, 137

Artizans', Labourers' and General Dwellings Company 197, 321

Artois, Comte d' (later Charles X) 306

Art-Workers' Guild 62

Arundell: 7th Baron 231; his w. 118; 8th Baron 118

Ashbrook, 4th Viscount 140

b Ashburn, —4n.

Ashburnham: 3rd Earl of 292; 4th Earl 232; Ladies Elizabeth and Henrietta (das of 2nd Earl) 230

Ashbury, James Lloyd 53

b Ashby Brothers 304

Ashe, Pierce A'Court 210

Ashfield, Baron 337

Ashley: Lord (later 7th Earl of Shaftesbury) 144, 145, 180, 219, 285; Jane 226; John 206

Ashley-Cooper, Anthony John and w. 206

Ashurst, Morris, Crisp and Co. 178

b Aslat, Richard 336

Astley, Sir Jacob, 6th Bt (later 16th Baron Hastings) 49

Aston, Lady (fl. 1753–9) 219

Astor: Mrs John Jacob (Ava) 133; William Waldorf (later 3rd Viscount) 236

Atholl: Duchess of (w. of 2nd Duke) 40, 213; 3rd Duke 294

a Atkinson, William 269, 277–80 passim

Atkinson's Cement 257

b Atlee, William, 206, 330

a Attwater, A. Henley 30

Attwood, John 285

Aubrey: Sir John, 6th Bt 201; Sir Thomas Digby, 7th Bt 187

Auckland, 2nd Baron (later 1st Earl of) 40

Audley, Sir Hugh 99

Audley Hotel 320, 324

Audley House 100

Audley Mansions (Nos. 44 Mount Street and 56 South Audley Street) 291, 319, 320, 324, Pls 77d, 90a

b Audley, David 23, 51, 197, 201, 316n.

c Aumonier, W., and Sons 197

Austen, Lady Rachel 99

Austin Friars (Dutch Church) 60

Avebury, 1st and 2nd Barons 47

Avenfield House 282

b Avery,— (fl. 1825) 72n.

b Avery, Henry (fl. 1723) 29, 85

Avery Row 1, 35, 84, 85, see also No. 39 Brook Street

Avery's Passage 85

Aylesford: 3rd Earl of 149, 158, 159; his w. 158; 4th Earl's w. 48; 5th Earl 48; 6th Earl 47

a Ayling, R. Stephen 39, 147

b Ayray, — 120n.

Ayre: Rev. Joseph Watson 94, 96, 105, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 177, 180; memorials to (and family) 107, 108

Aytoun, Roger Sinclair 212, 232

c Bacchus, Robert 284

Backhouse, Edmund 48

Bagot: 2nd Baron 212; Lewis (Bishop of Bristol and Norwich) 218; Sir William, 6th Bt (later 1st Baron) and w. 217

c Baguès 28

c Bagutti, Giovanni 49

Bailey, Mrs 331

a Bailey, Arthur 161n.

Bailey, Edward 317, 317n.

a Bailey, Gervase 271

Bailey, Henry 178

Bailey, John 58–9, 64, 65, 66

b Bailey (Bayley), John 162n., 174n.

a Bailey, Lionel 189

c Bailey, William, and Sons 249, 249n.

Bailey and Saunders 317n.

Bailey's Hotel 65

Bailie (Baillie), Mrs 331

b Bailley, Francis 30, 141

Baillie: Mrs 331; Sir Adrian W. M., 6th Bt 142, 236; Lady Olive Cecilia 142; Lady Frances 306; James Evan 225; James Evan Bruce and w. 306; Matthew 55

Baily, John 328

Bainbridge, Margaret and Sarah 212

b Baker, —4n.

Baker, Sir George, 3rd Bt 15

b Baker, John 164n.

b Baker, Thomas 330

Balcarres: 7th Earl of (24th Earl of Crawford) 126, 127; 8th Earl (25th Earl of Crawford) 116, 126, 127; Lord (later 27th Earl of Crawford) 15

Balderton Buildings (Flats) 96–8

Balderton (formerly George) Street 101, 105, 108, 110–11 Clarendon Flats 94–6, 98, fig. 27; Garage 111; St Mark's Mansions 110, 111; No. 1 (Mayfair Court) 110; No. 16(Polytechnic Annexe) 110–11

Baldwin, Stanley (later 1st Earl) 204

Baldwyn, Charles and w. (Elizabeth) 127

Balfe, Michael 109

a Balfour, Eustace 91, 300, 332
-, as architect/designer 52, 73, 252–3, 311, 320, see also Balfour and Turner
-, as estate surveyor 2–3, 7, 20, 73, 81, 91, 93, 121–2, 141, 146, 154, 160, 161, 190, 210, 228, 229, 230, 231, 255, 258, 267, 340; and choice of architects 84, 109, 110, 147, 323; and estate development 74, 90, 187, 195, 252, 257, 320, 330, 336; and old buildings 2, 5, 7, 18, 29, 30, 51, 54, 56, 122, 203, 231, 234

Balfour, James and w. 119

a Balfour and Turner (firm of Eustace Balfour) 2, 3, 39, 52, 73, 77, 79, 85, 90, 177, 181, 187–8, 196, 223, 228, 231, 258, 265, 267–8, 297, 311, 314, 330, 332, 333, 334, 335

Balfour Mews 330, 332, 334–5, fig. 82, Pl. 92e

Balfour Place (formerly Portugal Street) 330–4, Pl. 92b, d

Ball (later Ball-Hughes), Edward Hughes 216, 217, 262

Balls, John 294

Baltimore, 5th Baron 161, 164

a Baly, P. Pritchard 62

a Bamber, William J. 110

Bamfield (Bampfylde ?), Lady 270

Bampfylde, Sir George Warwick, 6th Bt (later 1st Baron Poltimore) 140, 145

Banfield, Frank 321

Bangor, Bishop of (John Moore) 147

c Bankart, George P. 46

c Banks and Co. 281

Bannerman, Lady (w. of 9th Bt) 213

Banqueting House Bridge, Oxford Street 171

b Barber, —72n.

Barclay-Harvey, Sir Charles Malcolm 195

Barclays Bank 22

Baring, Thomas 233, 235

Barley Mow p.h.: in Duke Street 86, 91–2; in Upper Brook Street 205

b Barlo, Barlow, — 120n., 160

b Barlow, George 23, 148, 149

b Barlow, John 173, 207, 299

a Barlow, Thomas 33, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 58, 64, 69, 70, 99, 185, 186, 190

b Barlow, William (fl. 1774–82) 120n., 173, 217n.

b Barlow, William, sen. 113n., 147, 148, 154, 290, 299, 303, 316n., 330

b Barlow, William, jun. 18, 113n., 124, 125

b Barlow, William, sen. or jun. 3, 277

Barnard: 2nd Baron 53, 164; Viscount (later 2nd Earl of Darlington) 118; Viscount (later Earl of Darlington and 2nd Duke of Cleveland of 2nd cr.) 217; John 64

Barnato, Barney 204, 265, 267

Barne, Miles 149

b Barnes, John 23, 68, 218, 219, 254, 260, 261

Barnes, Robert 40

b Barnes, Thomas 226n.

b Barnett, Moses 204

Baron, Sir Louis Bernhard, 1st Bt 190, 259

b Barratt, Thomas 207

a Barrett, H. Stanley, and Driver 335

Barrett-Lennard, Lady (w. of 1st Bt) 232

cBarrias, Félix Joseph 249

Barrington: Lady (w. of 1st Baron) 17; Dow. Viscountess (w. of 1st Viscount) 126; 2nd Viscount 55; W. K. (later 6th Viscount) 14

a Barron, Ernest Robert 82, 121

b Barrow, John 269n.

a Barry, Sir Charles, 23, 278, 338

a Barry, E. M. 53

Bartlett, Sir Ellis Ashmead 35, 50

Bartley, Alexander 182

a Barton, R. W. 167

a Basevi, George 38, 44, 64

Basildon Park, Berkshire 144n.

Bass: Harriet (Dow. Lady Burton) 123; Nellie Lisa (Baroness Burton) 123, 306

Basset: Sir Francis (later Baron De Dunstanville) 229; John 204

b Bassett, — 246n.

Bateman: 2nd Baron 30; 2nd Viscount 23, 285, 287

Bath: Dow. Marchioness of (w. of 1st Marquess) 55; 2nd Marquess 123; 4th Marquess 126; 5th Marquess 146

c Bath Artcraft Company 29n.

Bath Club 2, 23, 84

Bather, Arthur Henry 180

Bathrooms: 18th cent. 35, 155; 19th cent. 127, 133, 138, 139, 145, 152, 154, 231; 20th cent. 5, 46, 104, 128, 133, 151, 156, 168, 169, 235, 236, 238, 260, 281, 335; lack of 73, 121, 140, 219

Baths and wash houses 58, 62

Bathurst: 3rd Earl 24; Allen Alexander (later 6th Earl) 125; Sir Frederick, 3rd Bt 307

Bathyany, Prince Gustavus 256

Batsford, Messrs B. T. 109

b Batstone, Clement 118n.

Batt, H. T., and Son 182

Bax, Captain 91

Baxendale, Joseph Hornby and Joseph William 16, 17

b Baxter, Samuel 224, 231, 251, 274, 276

c Bayes, Gilbert 225

a Bayes, Kenneth 322

b Bayley (Bailey), John 162n., 174n.

Baynes, Dr Donald 3

Bayswater Road, burial ground 300

Bazalgette, Louis 84

Beadon, Richard (Bishop of Gloucester) 40

Beale, Lionel Smith 52

Bear tavern, Park Street 254

a Beard, J. Stanley 100

b Beard and Dent 249n.

Beardmore, William (Baron Invernairn) 230

Bearwood, Berkshire 233

Beatty, David (Adm. 1st Earl) 132, 227; his w. 288

Beauchamp: Dow. Countess (w. of 3rd Earl) 140; Viscount (later 2nd Marquess of Hertford) 36, 38, 118

Beauchamp-Proctor: Lady (w. of 1st Bt) 232; Christopher 232; Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt 52

Beauclerk: Charles (2nd Duke of St Albans) 35, 48, 49; his w. (Lucy) 48; Rev. Lord Frederick 54; Lt-gen. Lord George 210, 218; his w. 210, 212; James 342; Lady Sidney 210; Lord William 49; Lord William (later 8th Duke of St Albans) 23, 24, 25

Beaufort, Dukes of: 3rd 239, 250; 4th 24, 250; his w. 42, 123, 140, 195, 250; 5th 122, 250; his w. 18, 42; 6th 50, 121, 122; his w. 118; 7th 217; his w. 149; 8th 66, 142

c Beaumetz, Anatole 144

Beaumont, Sir George, 7th Bt 148, 148n.; his w. 148

a Beazley, Samuel 217

Beckett: Ernest (2nd Baron Grimthorpe) 146; Sir Gervase, 1st Bt 190; Rupert 42, 43; his w. 42; William 206

Beckford: Julines 294; William 204; William (of Fonthill) 119, 216

Bective, Earl of 39, 43

Bedford, 4th Duke of 48, 49; his w. (as Lady Russell) 49

Bedford, —162n.

Beecham: Lady (Josephine, w. of 1st Bt) 137; Lady (Utica, w. of 2nd Bt) 137, 137n.

Beit, Alfred 265, 267, 268, 334

Belasyse, Lord (later 2nd Earl Fauconberg) 229

Belcher, John 147

c Belchier, —160

Belgian Embassy 116, 119

Belgrave: Viscounts see Grosvenor, Richard and Robert; Lady Elizabeth see Grosvenor, Elizabeth

Belgrave Square 44

Belgrave Wharf 247

Belgravia 139

Bell, Sir Charles 17

c Bell, R. Anning 88

a Bellamy, Thomas 207

Bellew, 4th Baron 40

Belluschi, Pietro 169n.

Belper, 1st Baron 340

Belper (St Peter's Church) 106

Benfield, Paul 137

a Benjamin, A. F. 22

Bennett, Richard H. A. 238

a Bennett, T. P., and Son 76, 81, 217

Benson: Benjamin 45, 80; Robert Hugh 266; William 45, 47, 80

Bentinck: Lt-col. Count Aldenberg and w. 190; Anne Cavendish 283; Lord Charles 285, his w. 283, 285; Lord Edward 228, 338, 339; Gen. Sir Henry 44, 231; his w. 231; Lord William and w. 52

a Bentley, J. F. 89, 108

Benyon: Richard (Governor) 150, 151; Richard (d. 1796) and w. 151; Richard (d. 1897) 133, 151; family 114n., see also De Beauvoir

Berenger, Richard 230

Beresford: Lady Frances 231; Lord Marcus De La Poer 225

b Bergstrom, Laro 159n.

Berkeley: Dow. Countess of 72; 3rd Lord 64; Adm. George Cranfield 296

Berkeley estate 64, 327–8, 329

Berkeley House, Piccadilly 64

Berkeley Square 64–7, 216, 319, Pl. 17
-, Thomas's (sometime Bailey's) Hotel 25, 65; No. 21 (Lord Lindsay's) 126, 127; No. 25 65–6; No. 26 65; No. 27 64–5, 66 Pl. 17b, c; No. 28 58, 64–5, 66, Pl. 17a, b; No. 29 64–5, 66–7, Pl. 17a; No. 30 (dem.) 64 5, 67, Pl. 17a; Nos. 30–31 (Alcan House) 67; Nos. 33–34 (dem.) 318–19; No. 34 319–20, 329, Pl. 17a; No. 35 67

b Bernard, F. W., Ltd 263

cBernard-Smith, H. A. S. 302

c Bernasconi, Francis 102, 126n., 159n., 242, 242n., 269n; his s. 269n.

Berners Street (William Porden's house) 241

Berney, Sir Hanson, 6th Bt 236 7

Berry, James Gomer (1st Viscount Kemsley) 151

Berry family 99

Bertie, Francis (later 1st Viscount) 39

Berwick, 2nd Baron 130

Bessborough, 6th Earl of 187

a Best, J. R. (Wimperis and Best) 74, 196, 198, 200, 205

Best, William Samuel (later 2nd Baron Wynford) 201

c Bethell, Mrs 225

Bethell, Christopher 162

c Betts (? George) 161

Bevan: F. W. 92; Gerard L. and Mrs 230

b Bevans, John 226n.

Beverley, 2nd Earl of 30

c Beyers, — 120n.

c Bianco, D, and Sons Ltd.

b Bickerton, —138n.

a Biddulph-Pinchard, C. H. 2, 18

a Billerey, Fernand 4, 34, 45, 46, 117, 166, 167, 168, 236, 252, 253, 259, 266, 270, 281, 314, 315, 340

Billiard-rooms 28, 31, 53, 189, 223, 230, 261, 267, 268, 281, 310, 334

Billing, Archibald 277

b Bingley, John 242n.

Binney (formerly Thomas, previously Bird) Street 18, 86, 87, 90, 92, 94, Pl. 22b, d
-, Hanover Flats (formerly Buildings) 93, 96–8, Pl. 24b; No. 1193; Nos. 21–22 87–9, Pl. 23c; Nos. 24–28 87

cBirch, C. E. 148

b Bird, —72n.

b Bird, Edward Chapman 194n., 283

b Bird, Stanley G. 304, 332

a Bird and Walters 110

Bird Street see Binney Street

Birkbeck, Sir Edward, Bt 204

Bischoffsheim, Henri Louis 178, 314, 315; his w. 315

a Bishop, John P. 284

Bishopp: Lady (w. of 5th Bt) 148; Sir Cecil, 6th Bt 23, 140

Bishop's Yard 80, 317, Pl. 88e

Blaauw, William 14

a Black, Misha 322

Blackburne: Anthony 303; John Ireland 238

Blackburne's Mews 144, 145, 219, 220, 224, 225, 259, 260, 261

Blackett, Sir Edward, 4th Bt 208

b Blackman, William 226n.

Bladen, Thomas 126

Blagden, Victor 237

b Blagrave, John 290, 291, 342

b Blagrave, Roger 256, 290, 291, 292, 295, 296, 330, 336, 337, 340, 341, 342

c Blake, Charles 249n.

Bland, Sir John, 5th Bt 235; his w. (Lady Frances) 208

Blandford: Marchioness of (later w. of Sir William Wyndham) 158, 159, 161; Marchioness (fl. 1903–32) 256; Marquess (g.s. of 1st Duke of Marlborough) 158, 159; Marquess (later 7th Duke of Marlborough) 30, 66, 67

Bland-Sutton, Sir John, 1st Bt 24

Blanesburgh, Baron (Robert Younger) 307, 309

Blaquiere, 4th Baron de 195

b Blay, W. F. (William Blay Ltd) 189, 234, 342

a Blee, Anthony 280

Blessington, Earl of 141

Bligh, Lt-gen. Edward 283

Blissett, Farr 130n.

Blockley, Thomas 130n.

a Blomfield, Sir Arthur 59, 60, 105, 107, 108, 109, 180

a Blomfield, Sir Arthur, and Sons 60

a Blomfield, Arthur, the younger 45

a Blomfield, C. J. 108

Blomfield, Lucy Elizabeth 180

a Blomfield, (Sir) Reginald 84, 85, 233

Bloomfield Flats (formerly Buildings) 62–3, Pl. 16d

Bloomfield Place 58, 61, 62–3

Blount, Sir Walter, 6th and 7th Bts 235

a Blow, Detmar 225, 322; as architect/designer 11, 12, 34, 45, 252, 253, 297, 310, 340; as 2nd Duke's adviser 142, 146, 166, 167, 168, 183, 225, 256, 259, 261, 265, 266, 270, 271, 271n., 272, 273, 338

Blundell, Viscount 229

Blyth, Lt-col. James 283

Bodley and Garner 325

a Boehmer and Gibbs 229

Boileau: Sir Francis, 2nd Bt 207; Sir John, 1st Bt 207

Bolding, John, and Sons (premises) 75–6, 80, 84, Pls 20e, 21

Bolingbroke: Lord (1st Viscount) 207; 2nd Viscount 18, 130

a Bolton, Albert J. 319, 326, 327

Bolton, Dukes of: 3rd 118; his w. 118, 219, 227; 5th 149; 6th 149, 226, 339; his w. 149

a Bond, John Linnell 317

Bond Street (New and Old) 1, 61; Aeolian Hall (formerlyGrosvenor Gallery) 60–2, fig. 19, Pl. 16a; Clarendon Hotel 25; Col. Charteris's stable 136

Bond Street Underground (Tube) Station 80, 177, 178

Bonham, Francis Robert 232

Bonn: Leo and w. 207; Sir Max Julius 13

a Bonomi, Joseph 219

c Bonsack, Godfrey 335

Boodle: Edward 24, 25, 105, 287; H. T. 87, 88, 91, 97, 144, 178, 255, 321, 329; John 24, 69

Boodle and Partington 7, 69

Boodle Hatfield and Co. 7, 11, 76, 181

Boodle's Club, St. James's Street 174

b Booson,— 164n.

Booth, Capt. Robert 100; his w. 101

Bootle-Wilbraham, Col. Edward 24

c Borecky, W. 89

a Boreham, F.

a Borer and Dobb 96

Borough, Lady (w. of 1st Bt) 18

Borthwick, 20th Baron 224

Bosanquet: Charles 52; Samuel (banker) 224; Samuel (? writer) 205

Boscawen: Adm. Edward and Mrs Frances 295, 296; Hugh 340

Bosdari, Countess de 219

b Boson, John 164n.

Boston, Barons: 1st 47, 48; 2nd 48

Botfield, Beriah 122

Bouch, Lady (w. of Sir Thomas) 283

Boucicault, Nina 154

cBoudin, Stéphane. 235

cBoulanger, M. 28, 73, 145

Bourdon: Capt. William 69, 70; Lt William 69

Bourdon Buildings 63

Bourdon House 58, 68, 69–74, figs 20–1 (pp. 70–1), Pl. 18

Bourdon Place 58, 59

Bourdon Street 58–63, 65, 72, Pl. 16
-, Aeolian Hall (formerly Grosvenor Gallery) 60–2, fig. 19, Pl. 16a; Bloomfield Flats (formerly Buildings) 62–3, Pl. 16d; St Mary's Church 58, 59–60, Pls 16b, 18a
-, Nos 4–6 58; Nos. 8, 8A 59, 63, Pl. 16c; Nos. 10–38 (even) 59, Pl. 16c; No. 21 59

Bourke: Edmund 243; Robert (later Baron Connemara) 45, 54, 276

Bouverie: Edward 64; Philip 232

a Bouwens van der Boijen, William Oscar 31

b Bovis Ltd 28, 285

Bowater, Lt-gen. Sir Edward 44

Bowes, Andrew Robinson Stoney and w. 151

Bowlby, Thomas and w. 256

Bowyer, John Windham and w. 148

Bowyer-Smijth: Rev. Sir Edward, 10th Bt 126; Sir William, 11th Bt 17

Boxall, Sir Charles 155

b Boyce, Thomas 29

Boyd, David 123n.

b Boyd, James 162n.

Boyd, John 212

Boyers, Messrs Henry 24

a Boyes, H. C. 207, 323, 334

c Bradburn, John 118, 119

a Braddell, Darcy 76, 197, 323

b Bradfield, John 194n.

Bradford: 2nd Baron (later 1st Earl of) 236; his w. 270; Frank 100

c Bradley (Bromwich, Isherwood and Bradley) 146, 159n.

Bradshaw: Sir Arthur Frederick 276; Thomas 294

b Braid, A. and E. 207

b Bramah, J. 162n.

b Bramah, John 243n.

b Bramah, Joseph 126n., 130n., 159n.

Brand, Thomas 212–13; his w. 213

b Brass, William (and Son) 66, 181, 324

Brassey: Albert and w. 67; Capt. Harold Ernest 342; Sir Henry L. C. (later 1st Baron) 141, 233, 235

Braybrooke, Barons: 1st 17; 2nd 50; 3rd 17; 5th 218

Braye, 5th Baron and w. 44

Brazil: Ambassador of (residence) 324, 326; Embassy or Legation 188, 206, 219; Government 326

Breadalbane: 3rd Earl of 159, 160; 4th Earl (later 1st Marquess of 1st cr.) 269, 270; 7th Earl (later 1st Marquess of 2nd cr.) 226; 2nd Marquess of 1st cr. 232, 269, 270

Breadalbane House see under Park Lane

Brenton, Capt. Edward 276, 277

c Brewer, James 120n.

Brewer, (Cecil) 258n.

b Brice, –(Johnson and Brice) 243n.

Bricklayers' Arms p.h., South Audley Street 303, 324

Brickwork, prices of 113n., 146, 161n., 164

Bridge, Adm. Sir Cyprian 195

c Bridgeman,—160

Bridger, Sir John 44

Bridges, Sir Brook, 3rd Bt 47

Bridgwater, 7th Earl of 123, 130; his w. 123, 138, 139

Bridport, 3rd Baron (later 1st Viscount) 48

Brienen, Baroness Marguerite de 322

Brighton, Mrs Fitzherbert's house 241

Brinckman: Col. Sir Theodore F., 3rd Bt 29, 43, 188; Sir Theodore H., 2nd Bt 43

cBrindley and Foster 88

Brinton, William 3, 14

Bristol, Bishops of: Lewis Bagot 218; Henry R. Courtenay 36; Christopher Wilson 40

Bristol: 1st Marquess of 115; 3rd Marquess 283; his w. 30

Bristol, No. 7 Great George Street 229

Britannia Hotel 169

British Broadcasting Corporation 62

British Council 80

British Industries House 184

British Optical Association (museum) 30

British Standards Institution 193

c Britten and Gilson 79

Britton, John 300

c Broadbent, A., and Sons 55

Broadbent, Sir William, 1st Bt 17

Broadbent (formerly Little Grosvenor) Street 58, 59

Brocas, Mrs Henrietta 224

Brocklehurst, Maj.-gen. J. F. 35

Brockwell Hall, Lambeth 229n.

Brodie, Capt. David 292

Brodrick, Hon. St John (later 1st Earl of Midleton) 187

Bromley: Sir George (formerly George Smith), 2nd Bt 236; Henry, 1st Lord Montfort 152; Sir Robert Howe, 3rd Bt 47

c Bromsgrove Guild 210

c Bromwich, Isherwood and Bradley 146, 159n., see also Isherwood and Co.

c Bromwich, Thomas 295

Brook House see under Park Lane

Brook Street 1–32, 34, 82, 83, 84, 199, 222, Pls 1–7
-, name 1, 199, 218
-, Bath Club 2, 23, 84; Buckland's Hotel 23; Claridge's Hotel 1, 2, 23, 24–9, 68, 84, fig. 13 (p. 27), Pls 6–7; Coulson's Hotel 24, 25; Guards Club 23; Kirkham's Hotel 23, 25; Lillyman's Hotel 23; Mivart's Hotel 24, 25, 29; Patterson's Hotel 23; Savile Club 2, 30–2, fig. 14, Pl. 5a, b; Scaife's Hotel 23; Wake's Hotel 24, 25
-, North side (even numbers)
-, No. 36 2; No. 38 2, 3; Nos. 40–46 2–3, 85, Pl. 1b; Nos. 48–58(formerly 15–20) 3; No. 60 (formerly 21) 3–4; Nos. 62–64(formerly 22 and 22A) 4; Nos. 62–64 (Brookfield House, Lloyds' Bank) 2, 4, No. 66 (formerly 23A, now part ofGrosvenor Office) 1, 2, 4–5, 7, 11–13, figs 1–5 (pp. 6–10), Pl. 2a; No. 68 (formerly 23, now part of Grosvenor Office) 4, 5, 11–12, 13, figs 1–2 (pp. 6–7); No. 70 (formerly 24) 13–14, 15, Pl. 3b; No. 72 (formerly 25) 1, 13, 14–15, figs 6–7, Pl. 3a, b, c; No. 74 (formerly 26) 15, 82; No. 76 (formerly 27) 1, 15–16, 83, fig. 8 (p. 17), Pls 1a, 3d, e; No. 78 (formerly 28) 2, 16–17, 83, fig. 8 (p. 17); Nos. 80–84 (formerly 29–31) 17–18, Pl. 1c; No. 86 (formerly 32) 2, 18, 90, fig. 9 (p. 19), Pl. 31b; No. 88(formerly 33) 2, 18, 20–1, 90, fig. 10 (p. 20), Pls 5c, 31b South side (odd numbers)
-, No. 25 218; No. 39 (formerly 50) 2, 21–3, 84, figs 11–12 (pp. 21–2), Pl. 4a, c; No. 41 (formerly 49) 2, 23, 84; No. 43 (formerly 48) 2, 23, 25, 84; Nos. 45–47 (formerly 47–46) 23–4, 28; Nos. 49–57 (formerly 45–41) 23–4, 25, 26, Pl. 6a, b; Nos. 59–63(formerly 40–38) 29, Pl. 4b; No. 65 (formerly 37) 29–30; No. 67(formerly 36) 30; Nos. 69–71 (formerly 35–34, Savile Club) 2, 30–2, fig. 14, Pl. 5a, b; Nos. 73–77 2, 32, 123

Brooke, 8th Baron (later 1st Earl Brooke and 1st Earl of Warwick) 145–6

Brooke-Hitching, Sir Thomas 289

Brookfield House, (Lloyds' Bank) 2, 4

b Brooks, G. 246nn.

Brooks: George (minister) 87; George (banker) 191; Sir William Cunliffe 116, 121, 122

c Brooks and Temple 243n.

Brook's Mews 26, 38, 75, 84–5

b Broomhall, — 4n.

Brotherton, Gen. Sir Thomas 204

Brougham, William (2nd Baron Brougham and Vaux) 116, 139–40, 318

Broughton-Delves, Sir Brian, 5th Bt 203

a Brown, Alexander Burnett 82, 121

b Brown, James 159n., 269n.

b Brown, John 113n., 127, 185n., 190, 191, 217

c Brown, Joseph, and Co. 138

a Brown, Lancelot (Capability) 174, 313, 319

Brown, Sir Robert, 1st Bt and w. 204

b Brown, Theophilus 194n.

Brown Hart Gardens (formerly Brown and Hart Streets) 86, 91, 94, 96

Browne, Thomas (4th Viscount Kenmare) 296

Brown's Court 196n.

Bruce: Lord (later 2nd Earl and 1st Marquess of Ailesbury) and w. 160; Hon. Frances 232; Thomas Charles 342

Bruce-Porter, Sir Bruce 35

Brudenell: Lady 231; Lord (later 5th Earl of Cardigan) 236; Col. Robert 257

Bruntisfield, 1st Baron 229, 235

c Bryceson Brothers and Ellis 60

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton, 1st Bt 140

c Bryson, David 162n.

Buccleuch, Dukes of: 2nd (previously Earl of Dalkeith) 53, 54, 118; 3rd 119, 137, 137n., 139; 4th 313, 315; 5th 154

Buchan: Dow. Countess of (w. of 9th Earl) 216; 22nd Earl of 257; Lady 232

Buchanan: John Young 283; Thomas Ryburn 213

Buck, Lewis William 187

Buckingham and Chandos, 1st Duke of 50

Buckingham Palace, riding house at 240

Buckingham Palace Road 319, 327; St Philip's Church 181; Nos. 126 158 (even) 336

Buckinghamshire, 5th Earl of 35; his w. 3

Buckland, Thomas 23

Buckland's Hotel 23

Buckley: Lt-gen. Edward Pery 294; Gen. Felix 35, 200

Buckworth, Sir John, 2nd Bt 24, 295

Buffon, Madame de 338

Builders' yards or workshops 22, 69, 75, 84, 185, 269, 318, 331, 336, 341

Building fluctuations in London 175, 185, 186

Bulkeley (Buckley), Gen. Felix 35, 200

Bull, Richard 208

b Bullock,—164n.

Bullock, John 205

Bülow, Baron von 25

Bulstrode Park 287

Bulwer, Sir Henry Lytton Earle (later Baron Dalling and Bulwer) 219; his w. 56

Bulwer-Lytton, Sir Edward, Bt (later 1st Baron Lytton) 128, 270

Bumpstead, William 164

Bunbury: Maj.-gen. Sir Henry, 7th Bt 277; Sir Thomas Charles, 6th Bt 228; Rev. Sir William, 5th Bt 50, 228

b Burden,—164n.

Burden, Edward 91

a Burden, Robert Henry 63, 91, 196, 300, 302

Burdett, Sir Robert, 4th Bt 232

a Burditt, T. H. F. 167

Burdon, Rowland 156

Burford, Earl of (later 2nd Duke of St Albans) 35, 48, 49; his w. 48

Burges, Sir James, 1st Bt and w. 15

Burghclere, Dow. Lady (w. of 1st Baron) 188

Burghley, Lord (later 9th Earl of Exeter) 55, 146

b Burgon,—120n.

b Burgon, John 120n.

Burgoyne: Lady 199; Col. Sir John, 9th Bt 200; Gen. John 143; Montagu 218; Sir Roger, 6th Bt 35; T. J. 218, 302

Burial ground, Mount Street 298, 316, 317, 319, 337

c Burke and Co. 60, 108

c Burkle, R. 29n.

Burmantofts terracotta works 88

a Burn, William 116, 126, 133, 193

Burnaby, Capt William 99

c Burne-Jones, E. 108, 325

a Burnet, Sir John 50, 76, 88, 179

a Burnet, Sir John, Tait and Partners 50, 76, 179

Burnet, Sir Robert W. 44, 204, 220

Burney, Sir Dennistoun 166

Burnham: 1st Baron 154, 285; 2nd Baron and 1st Viscount 149

Burns: Walter Hayes 30, 31, 32; his w. 31, 32; Walter Spencer Morgan 48

a Burr, Alfred 54

Burrell, Peter 230

Burton: Baroness (Nellie Lisa) 123, 306; Dow. Lady (w. of 1st Baron) 123

a Burton, Decimus 39, 264, 265

Burton, Francis 201

Burton, Henry 205

b Burton, Lancelot 142n., 161n., 162n., 226n.

Burton: Maj.-gen. Napier Christie 207; Maj.-gen. Ralph and w. 207

c Buscaylet, L. (of Paris) 46

b Bush, A. (and Sons) 144, 297

b Bushill,—72n.

a Bushill, F. W. 40

Bushman, Maj.-gen. Sir Henry 294

Bute: 3rd Earl of 55, 142, 311–12, 313, 315; his w. 315; 4th Earl (later 1st Marquess) 313, 315

Bute House see South Audley Street, No. 75

Butler, Lady Amelia 50

c Butler, Burnet 130n.

Butler: John (15th Earl of Ormonde) 50; Walter (16th Earl of Ormonde) 50; William 35

a Butler, John

b Butterworth, J. 121n., 313n.

Buxton: Sir Edward, 2nd Bt 226; Sir Thomas Fowell, 3rd Bt 208

Byng: Mrs Elizabeth 201; Col. Francis 201; Frederick 295

Byron, Adm. John 124, 125

b Bywater (G. H. and A., and Sons) 60, 83, 110, 188, 195, 196, 284, 319, 327, 328

C & A Modes Ltd 184

Cabinet-makers see Upholsterers

Cable, Sir Ernest (later Baron Cable) 158

Cachemaille-Day, N. 79

Cadogan: 3rd Baron (later 1st Earl) 235; 6th Earl 42, 47; his w. 47; Frederick William 307; Gen. Sir George 294

Calder: Sir Henry, 4th Bt 44; Sir James, 3rd Bt and w. 44; Sir James (kt) 277

Calthorpe: 1st Baron 150; his w. 118, 150; 3rd Baron 150; 4th Baron 150, 232; 5th Baron 150; 6th Baron and w. 150

Calvert, Lady Lucy 233

Calwich Abbey, Staffordshire 254

Cambridge Arms p.h., Upper Brook Street 219

a Camdela, R. 167

Camden, 2nd Marquess 132

Camelford: 1st Baron 174, 174n., 287, 288; his w. 288; 2nd Baron 288

Camelford House see under Park Lane

Campbell, Miss 210

Campbell, Maj.-gen. Sir Archibald 235

a Campbell, Colen 1, 15–16, 112, 127–8, 133

Campbell, Rear-adm. George Pryse and w. 306

Campbell, John 126

Campbell, John Frederick (later 2nd Baron and 1st Earl Cawdor) 126, 206, 296, 309, 310, 311, 341

Campbell, Gen. William 256

Canadian High Commissioner 204

Canadian Pacific Railway (Company) 166

a Cannell, James 262

Canning: Viscountess (w. of George) 126; Charles John (2nd Viscount later Earl) 126; Sir Stratford (later Viscount Stratford De Redcliffe) 148

Cannon Street Station Hotel 87

Canons (Edgware) 113

Canterbury, Archbishops of: Frederick Cornwallis 296; John Moore 147

a Cantwell, (? Joseph) 148

Capel, Adm. Sir Thomas Bladen 56

Caps, William 261

Cardigan: 5th Earl of 236; Countess of (Elizabeth, w. of 7th Earl) 339

Carhampton, Viscount (later 1st Earl of) 315

Carisbrooke, Marquess of 195

Carleton, Maria Louise 294

c Carlhian-Beaumetz 46, 53

Carlisle, Dean of (Robert Hodgson) 36

Carlisle, 9th Earl of 256

Carlos Place (formerly Charles Street, q.v.) 80, 166, 320, 322, 323
-, Connaught (formerly Coburg) Hotel 323, Pl. 91d; Mayfair House 322, Pl. 90d; Nos. 1–8 322; No. 13 161, 322–3, fig. 77, Pl. 90d

Carmarthen, Marquess of (later 5th Duke of Leeds) 114, 118, 119, 124; his w. 54, 55

b Carmichael, James 145, 307

Carnarvon: 1st Earl's w. 40; 2nd and 3rd Earls 161; 4th Earl 53; Dow. Marchioness of (fl. 1740–54) 54; Marquess of (later 2nd Duke of Chandos) 53, 208, 235; his w. 141; Marquess of (later 3rd Duke of Chandos) 233

a Caröe, William Douglas 26, 80, 83, 86, 87, 89–90, 252, 257, 258, 324, 334

Caroline, Queen 42

Carpenter: 1st Baron 114, 151; 2nd Baron 151; his w. 141; 3rd Baron (later 1st Earl of Tyrconnel) 151; Lady Almeria 257, 270

Carpenter Street 80, 316, 320, 321, 322

Carpenter Street Buildings 321

Carr: Sir John 195, 284; Joseph Comyns 61; Lord Mark 3

Carrington, Earl (later Marquess of Lincolnshire) 48

b Carslake, Mr 281

cCarter, Mr 143

b Carter, Daniel 159n.

b Carter, G. H., Ltd 225

Carter, Rev. Philip and w. 226

c Carter, Thomas, the younger 121, 130n., 143, 174, 174n.

Carteret, Lady (w. of 3rd Baron) 213

Cartwright, Col. Henry 219

b Cartwright, (? John) 113

Cartwright, William Ralph 219

Carysfort, 1st Earl of, his w., and 2nd Earl 236

Casa Maury, Marquis de 44

Cassel: Sir Ernest 161, 178, 265, 281, 282; Wilhelmina 281

Cassillis: 10th Earl of 257; Earl of (later 4th Marquess of Ailsa) 224

a Castle, Sydney E. 295

Castlereagh: Viscount (later 4th Marquess of Londonderry) 154, 256; his w. 154; Viscount (later 8th Marquess of Londonderry) 259

Castlerosse, Lady 261

Castletoun, 2nd Baron 190

Caswall: Diana, Sir George, Timothy, and w. of last 72

a Cates, Arthur 128

Cathcart, 9th Lord 232

Cato Street Conspirators 156n.

Cave: Sarah Otway, Sir Thomas (6th Bt) and his w. 232

a Cave, Walter 62

Cavendish: Lady Anne 218; Hon. Barbara 338; Lord Charles 47; Charles Compton (later 1st Baron Chesham) 138–9; Victor (later 9th Duke of Devonshire) 282

Cavendish Flats (formerly Buildings) 96–8

Cavendish Square 100

Cavendish-Bentinck, Lord Charles and Lord Henry 50

Cawdor: 1st Earl (formerly 2nd Baron) 126, 206, 296, 309, 310, 311, 341; 2nd Earl 311

Cazalet, Victor 53

Cecil: Lady Anne 35; Lord Edward Herbert 255

Cecil of Chelwood, Viscount 151

b Central Joinery Company 66

Central London Railway (Company) 178

a Chambers, Sir William 40, 115, 137, 142, 240

Chambers, Dr William Frederick 5, 13, 24

Champion (later Loyd), Mrs Mary 140

Champion and Wilton 182

a Champneys, Basil 300, 320

Champneys, Sir Francis Henry, 1st Bt 218

Chandler, Edward (Bishop of Durham) 114, 123

Chandler Street see Weighhouse Street

Chandos: 2nd Duke of 53, 208, 235; his w. 141; 3rd Duke 233

Chanel, Gabrielle ('Coco') 292

Chapel Mews 92

Chapel Place North 290, 302, 326; Library 326–7, Pl. 90c

Chapel Place South 297

Chapel Street (now Aldford Street, q.v.) 290, 294, 304, 330, 331
-, No. 3 338; No. 8 330–1; No. 15 257

Chapels see Churches and chapels

Chaplin, Lady Elizabeth 55

a Chapman Taylor Partners 82

Chappell, William 219

b Chappelow, G. 91

cChappelow and Son 274

Charity Commissioners 337

Charlemont: 2nd Earl 48, 52; his w. 227; 3rd Earl 227

Charles X (King of France) 306

Charles Street (now Carlos Place, q.v.) 80, 161, 317, 319, 320, 323, 327, Pl. 88d
-, Coburg Hotel 323; No. 5 (Queen's Arms) 317; No. 6 317; see also Grosvenor Square, No. 49

Charleville, Countess of 210

Charlotte, Princess 288, 289

b Charlton, –72n.

Charteris: Col. Francis 136; Francis (later Lord Elcho) 41, 49; Lt-col. Richard 132, 145; his w. 132

Chase Manhattan Bank 322

Chatham, 1st Earl of 13; his w. 204

Chelsea, Viscount (s. of 5th Earl Cadogan) 188

Chelsea Waterworks Company 160, 265, Pl. 67b

a Chermayeff, Serge 218

Chesham, Barons: 1st 138, 139; 2nd 39

Chesham Flats (formerly Buildings) 96–8

Chester, Dean of (Robert Hodgson) 36

Chester: Sir John, 6th Bt 32; William Bromley and w. 217

Chesterfield, Earls of: 4th 114, 158, 159; 7th 42; 10th 153, 227

Chesterfield House, South Audley Street 51, 192, 290

Chetwode, Sir John, 3rd Bt 99

Chetwynd: Miss 232; 1st Viscount 222, 232, 239, 250; 2nd Viscount 232, 239, 250

cChew, — 120n.

Cheylesmore, Lord (3rd Baron) 91

Chichester: Arthur Henry (later 3rd Baron Templemore) 228; Sir John, 6th Bt 229

Chilean Legation 141, 161

cChippendale, Thomas (jun.) firm of 130

Christ's Hospital 110

Church Building Commissioners 105, 106

Church Commissioners 79

Churches and chapels 18, 69, 101, 269, 317, 320, 327, 328, see also Grosvenor Chapel; King's Weigh House Church; Oratories; Portuguese Embassy Chapel; Robert Street Chapel; St Anselm's; St Mark's; St Mary's, Bourdon Street; St Mary's Chapel, Park Street; St Saviour's

Churchill: Gen. Charles and his s. Charles 47; Col. George 35; Lord Ivor 104; Lady Randolph 15; see also Spencer-Churchill

Chute, Anthony 218

Cinema (Pavilion Cinema, Marble Arch) 288, 289, Pl. 47c

cCipriani 313

Cisterns see Water tanks

Clanricarde, 2nd Marquess of 126

Clare, 3rd Earl of 212, 340

Clarendon, Earls of: 1st 227; 3rd and w. 99

Clarendon Flats (formerly Buildings) 94–6, 98; fig. 27 (p. 95)

Clarendon Hotel, New Bond Street 25

Clarendon House, North Audley Street 96, 99

Clarges: Ann 219; Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt 219; Sir Thomas, 4th Bt 339

a Claridge, John 204

Claridge: Marianne 25, 26; William 24, 25, 26, 34, 35

Claridge House 75

Claridge's Hotel 1, 2, 23, 24–9, 68, 84, fig. 13 (p. 27), Pls 6–7

Claridge's Hotel Co. Ltd 26

Clark, Sir James, 1st Bt 4

b Clark, Thomas, and Co. 118n.

b Clark, William 226n.

b Clark and Lea 76

c Clarke, Arundell 29n.

Clarke, Mrs George 234

a Clarke, Howard Chatfeild 177, 304

a Clarke, Thomas Chatfeild (and Son) 177, 179, 182, 304

b Clarke and Mannooch 83

b Clarkson, John 230

c Clay, Henry 144

Clayton, Sir Robert, 3rd Bt 50

Clements: Charles 47; Lady Elizabeth (d. of 1st Earl of Leitrim) 119; Lady Elizabeth (d. of 2nd Earl of Leitrim) 47; Lady Louisa 119

Cleveland: Dow. Duchess of (w. of 3rd Duke of 2nd cr.) 32; 1st Duke (2nd cr.) 149; his w. 144; 2nd Duke (2nd cr.) 217; 3rd Duke (1st cr.) 235

Clifden, 6th Viscount 149, 232, 276

Clifford, Barons: 5th 228; 9th 227

Clifford, Dow. Lady de (w. of 20th Lord) 292

Clifton, Mrs 166

Clinton: 14th Baron (later Earl) 127; 20th Baron 63

Clive: Lt-col. Robert 226; Robert Henry and w. 50

Cliveden 248

Clocks 81, 198, 235, 263, 324, figs 53, 58 (pp. 234, 262)

Cloete, William B. 147

Clonmell, 2nd Earl of 217

Clopton House, Warwickshire 137n.

Clore, Charles 128

Clow, Leonard, 217

Clowes, Samuel W. 256

a Clutton, Henry 138, 233, 248, 249, 327

Coach and Horses p.h., Dunraven Street 195

Coach-builders and manufactories 62, 171 2, 177, 181, 182, 251, 290, 303, 304, 318, 331

Coates, Christopher (gentleman, fl. 1738) 83

Coates, Christopher (stable-keeper, fl. 1790) 83

Coates, Adm. Thomas 130

a Coates, Wells 13–14

a Coats,— 254n.

Coats: Mrs Dudley 261; J. Monro 198, 210

c Cobb,—120n.

b Cobbett, Richard 146n.

b Cobbett, William 121n., 130n., 217n.

Cobden, Richard 44

Coburg Hotel see Connaught Hotel

Coburg Hotel Company 323

b Cock, Edward 64, 203, 219, 236, 237

Cock and Bottle p.h., Upper Brook Street 219

Cock Yard see St Anselm's Place

Cockburn, Rev. William 210

a Cockerell, Mr 29

a Cockerell, A. E. 341

a Cockerell, C. R. 20, 76, 77, 224

Cockerell, John 224

a Cockerell, S. P. 136, 210, 221, 287

c Cocksedge, Joseph 243n.

a Codd, George A. 11, 66, 168, 234, 292, 334, 335

Coddington, Sir William, Bt 155

Codrington, Sir William, 2nd Bt 68

b Coffin, John 194n., 285

Coghill, Lady (w. of 1st Bt) 220

Coke: Viscount (later 3rd Earl of Leicester) 54; Lady Mary 137, 151–2, 269, 294, 313, 319

b Colbeck, David 106

Colchester, Adm. Lord (2nd Baron) 212, 319

a Cole, Ernest G. 230, 263

Colebrooke: Sir Edward, 5th Bt (later 1st Baron) 256; Sir Thomas, 4th Bt 340

c Colefax and Fowler 2, 23

a Coleridge, J. D. 51, 268

Coleshill Buildings, Pimlico 94

Collard and Collard 34, 38

a Collcutt, T. E. 28

a Collcutt and Hamp 55, 59, 142

Collier, Rear-adm. Henry 232

a Collins, E. Stone 198, 206, 224, 230, 263

a Collins, Frederic Hale 109

a Collins, H. H. 127

Collins, Henry Powell 66

a Collins, M. E. 324

a Collmann and Davis 140

b Colls and Sons 26, 182, 204, 292, see also Trollope and Colls

Colman, Nigel 224

Colonial Dames of America 124n.

Colston, Charles, E. H. A. 190

Combe Bank, Kent 190

Comet Properties 50

Commercial Road, Pimlico 336

b Commins, Francis 113n., 316n., 318; his w. 318

a Comper, J. Ninian 301–2

Compton: Lord (later 5th Earl of Northampton) 18, 55; Lord (later 2nd Marquess of Northampton) 29; Charles 45; Hon. George (later 6th Earl of Northampton) and w. 319

b Conder, Edward 269n.

Conduit Mead estate 1, 34

Conduits 171

Congleton, Barons: 4th and w. 188; 5th 188; 6th 188, 190

Congregational chapels and churches see King's Weigh House Church; Robert Street Chapel

Coningsby, Lady Frances 206

Connaught, Prince Arthur of 235

Connaught (formerly Coburg) Hotel 323, Pl. 91d

Connaught House 322

Connemara, Baron 45, 54, 276

Connyers, Sir Baldwyn 55

Conolly, Lady Anne 123

Conrath, Marborough 109

Conservatories, flower houses and winter gardens 28, 123, 131, 137, 144, 147, 159, 210, 231, 267, 268, 276, 278, 279, 282, 283, 314, 315, 322, Pls 71b, 85b

Consoni, Nicola 140

a Construction and Design Services 322

Conway: 2nd Baron (later 1st Earl and 1st Marquess of Hertford) 36, 38; his sisters 185n.; Col. Robert Seymour 208

Conyers, John 318

Conyngham: 2nd Marquess 147, 278; Lady Eleanour (w. of 1st Earl) 47

Cook, Maj. E. A. and w. 66

b Cook, Thomas 53, 54, 113n., 160, 161

c Cooke, Richard 159n.

Cooke, Col. Richard Harvey 218

Cookson, John 210

Coope, Octavius Edward 217

Cooper, Cropley Ashley (6th Earl of Shaftesbury) 145

Cooper, Sir Daniel, 2nd Bt 151

Cooper, Sir George, 2nd Bt 144

Cooper, Sir George Alexander, 1st Bt 144

cCooper, H. and J. 16

a Cooper, H. E. 230

b Cooper, John 217n.

Cooper, Col. Sir John-Hutton, 1st Bt and w. 15

Cooper, W. F. 256

Cooper family 114n., see also Shaftesbury, Earls of

Coote, Algernon (later 6th Earl of Mountrath) 114, 133, 137, 139; his w. 139

Copley, Sir Joseph, 3rd Bt 24

a Corblet, Cyrille Joseph 314

Corfield, Thomas 331

Cork and Orrery, Earls of: 7th 257; 9th 29

Cornish, Francis 65

Cornwallis: 1st Earl (formerly 5th Baron) 140; 2nd Earl (later 1st Marquess) 339; Rt Rev. Frederick 296

Corrie, Maj. Alfred Wynne 149

Corry: Henry Thomas Lowry 55; Montagu William Lowry (later Baron Rowton) 306

Corsham Court, Wiltshire 42

cCortese, Giuseppe 120n.

Cosby, Lt-gen. Sir Henry 29

cCosden, Mrs Joshua 282

Cotes, Lady Louisa 35

Cottenham, Patricia, Countess of 341

Cotterell (Cottrell) Adm. Charles 35

a Cotton, Ballard and Blow 228

Cotton: Lady Jane 236; Sir Robert, 5th Bt 50

Coulson, Robert 24, 25; his w. 24

Coulson's Hotel 24, 25

Courtauld: Maj. John Sewell 125; Samuel 104; Sir Stephen Lewis 161, 323

Courtauld Institute of Art 104

Courtauld-Thomson, Baron 74, 195

Courtenay: 2nd and 3rd Viscounts 132; Henry Reginald 230, 307; Dr Henry Reginald 36; Sir William, 3rd Bt (later 1st Viscount) 132

Courtown, 5th Earl of 30

a Couse, Kenton 115, 118, 146, 217

Cousins, Stanley 254

Coutts and Co. 280

Covent Garden Theatre 137

Coventry: 5th Earl of 24, 119; 6th Earl 119; 9th Earl 332; Hon. Henry and w. 20, 21

b Covey,—4n.

b Cowcher, John 194n.

Cowdray, 2nd Viscount 326

Cowley: 1st Baron 35; 3rd Earl 294

Cowper: 2nd Earl 44, 217; his w. 217; 7th Earl 124, 124n., 125; Spencer (Dean of Durham) 44

cCowtan (and Sons) 128, 151, 226, 227, 283

b Cox, Charles 179

Cox, Maj.-gen. Charles Vyvyan 201

Cox, George Trenchard 179

cCox, (? John) 49

Cox, Lawrence 174, 174n.

b Cox, R. 182

c Crace, J. D. 281

c Crace, J. G. (and Sons) 18, 249, 270

c Crace, John 162, 162n., 226n.

Cranworth, Baron 217

Craufurd: Sir Alexander, 1st Bt 174; Quintin 146

Craven: 3rd Baron 23; 4th Baron 226; Rear-adm. Thomas 226

Crawford, Earls of: 20th 213; 24th 126, 127; 25th (formerly Lord Lindsay) 116, 126, 127; his w. 24, 126; 26th 24; 27th 15

a Crawley, George 256, 268, 271

a Crawley, J. 26

Crespigny, Mrs Augusta de 204

a Cresswell, H. O. 190, 197, 255, 285

Crewe: John (later 1st Baron) 39, 119; John, jun. 225

b Crickmay, G. R. 39

cCrighton, David 150

Cripps, Frederick Heyworth and w. 306

Croft, John 29

c Croggon, William 246, 246n.

cCrook, T. Meuburg 108

b Cross, Anthony 213, 217

b Crowe, Spicer 106, 339

Crown p.h., Park Street 205

Crowther's 260

c Cruckshanks, James or John 162nn., 164n., 243n.

a Crunden, John 174, 174n.

Cubitt, Lewis 131

b Cubitt, Thomas 34, 50, 58, 59, 65, 66, 67, 69, 139, 203

b Cubitt, William, and Co. 42, 44, 46, 53, 131, 190, 197, 231, 234, 249, 255, 277, 283, 287, 292

Cubitt and Co. 139n.

Culross Street (formerly Northop, previously King, Street and King Street Mews) 217, 226, 228, 230, 252, 254, 257, 258, 259–63, 277, Pl. 58c, d
-, garden 218–19, 260, Pl. 58c; Park Lodge 263; St Luke's (sometime Duke's) Head tavern 260
-, North side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 2–14 260–1, fig. 57; No. 22 262; No. 24 262–3, fig. 58;
-, Nos. 26–30 263; Nos. 32–34 (former stables of Dudley House) 263, 280
-, South side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1A, 1, 3 261, Pl. 58d; No. 5 (formerly 3A) 259, 261–2, Pl. 58d; No. 7 (formerly 3) 259, 262, Pl. 58d; No. 9 262, Pl. 58d;
-, Nos. 21–27 263

Cumberland, Duke of 239, 240, 250

Cumming: Adm. Sir Arthur 285; Gen. Sir Henry John 227

Cummings, George Bain 169n.

Cunard: Lady (w. of 3rd Bt) 123, 200; Ernest Haliburton 296

Cundy, C. F. 120

b Cundy, James 65, 131, 246nn.; his w. 246nn.

b Cundy, Joseph 246nn.

a Cundy, Thomas, I: as architect 65, 123, 131, 146, 212, 243, 246, 255; as estate surveyor 5, 64, 92, 230

a Cundy, Thomas, II
-, as architect 2, 131, 138, 139, 243, 246, 247, 248, 249, 249n., 303, see also refrontings below
-, as estate surveyor 72, 93, 166, 182, 330; refronting policy of 2, 34, 115–16, 199–200, 223, 291; refrontings, rebuildings and façade alterations to designs or specifications of 2, 3, 7, 12, 23, 24, 30, 34, 35, 39, 40, 49, 55, 109, 116, 119, 126, 133, 138, 139, 141, 144, 146, 150, 151, 154, 199 200, 201, 204, 206, 207, 208, 216, 217, 223, 227, 255, 283, 318, 338

a Cundy, Thomas, III: as architect 15, 16, 48, 94, 116, 120, 130, 136–7, 138, 139–40, 156, 175, 176, 179, 181, 182, 248, 307; as estate surveyor 13, 15, 96, 97, 109, 136, 149, 152, 161, 176, 181, 193, 319, 320; residence 256

Cundy, Thomas Elger 256

Cunliffe: Sir Ellis, 1st Bt 164; his w. 282; Sir Robert, 2nd Bt 164; Walter (later 1st Baron) 18

Cunliffe-Owen, Sir Hugo, 1st Bt 221

Cunningham-Reid, Capt. A. S. 204

Cure, Canon Edward Capel 36, 59, 63

Currie, Sir Philip (later Baron) 283

Curtis, Susannah 277

a Curtis, W. T. 220

Curtis and Henson 321

Curzon: Viscount (later 2nd Earl Howe) 3; Viscount (later 4th Earl Howe) 208; Assheton (later 1st Baron and 1st Viscount) 5, 13; his w. 5; Maj. Montagu 219; Sir Nathaniel, 4th Bt 4, 5, 13; Sir Nathaniel, 5th Bt (later 1st Baron Scarsdale) 219; Richard William Penn (later 2nd Viscount Curzon and 1st Earl Howe) 204; Robert (s. of 1st Viscount) 208

Curzon Street 4

Cust: Lady (w. of 3rd Bt) 213; Lt-col. Peregrine Francis 307

c Cuthbert, J. S. 137

b Cutler and Sons 246n.

Dacre: 22nd Baron 41, 175, 236; Baroness (Gertrude) 213

D'Acunha, Madame 319

c Dadd, Richard 146

Daintree, J. T. 327

Dalhousie, Earls of: 11th 44; w. of 12th 47; 13th 18; 14th 47

Dalkeith: Countess of 23; Earl of (later 2nd Duke of Buccleuch) 53, 54, 118

Dalling and Bulwer, Baron 219; his w. 56

Dalrymple: Maj.-gen. Sir Adolphus J. 256; John 50, 52

Damer: Anne Seymour 125, 206; Col. George Lionel Dawson 233

Dance, George 148

Daniell, Rev. Edward Thomas 187

Daniels, Sir Percy 188, 337

Danish Legation or Minister 137, 205

Danson Park, Kent 212

D'Arcy, William Knox and w. 148, 154

Darell: Sir Lionel, 1st Bt 118; Sir Lionel Edward, 5th Bt 233; Rev. Sir William Lionel, 4th Bt 207, 225

Darlington: 1st Earl of 17, 235; 2nd Earl 118; 3rd Earl (later 1st Duke of Cleveland) 149; Earl of (later 2nd Duke of Cleveland) 217

Darnley, Dow. Countess of 174

Dartmouth, Earls of: 2nd 166; 5th 159

Dashwood: Dorothea 128; Sir George Henry, 5th Bt and w. 164; Sir Henry, 3rd Bt 44, 52; Sir James, 2nd Bt and w. 160

a Daukes, Samuel Whitfield 277, 278, 279

Davey, Sir Horace (later 1st Baron Davey) 18

c Davidson, Thomas 181

a Davie, Eric H. 35

a Davies, Gordon 74

Davies, Mary 68, 99, 240

b Davies, Richard 40, 130, 226, 227

b Davies, Robert 246nn.

Davies Mews 3, 75, 80, 83–4, 85, Pl. 20e

Davies Street 58, 64, 68–80, 83, 105, 171, 177, 178, 318–19, Pls 18–19, 20a, b, d, 21
-, Bourdon House (No. 2) 58, 68, 69–74, figs 20–1 (pp. 70–1), Pl. 18; Grosvenor Market 68–9, 75, 77, 94, Pl. 19d; Manor, The 62, 74–5; St Anselm's Church and Vicarage 76–9, 80, figs 22–3, Pl. 20a, b, d; St George's Baths and Wash Houses 62; Three Tuns tavern 34; see also Claridge's Hotel
-, East side (even numbers)
-, No. 2 (formerly 33) see Bourdon House above; No. 4 (dem.) 70, fig. 20, Pl. 18a; Nos. 4–26 74–5; Nos. 28–32 (formerly 46–48, dem.) 69; Nos. 28–36 (Claridge House) 75; Nos. 40–46(dem.) 26; Nos. 46–48 (Brookfield House, Lloyds' Bank) 2, 4; No. 48 (formerly 56, dem.) 25, 26, 68, Pl. 6a; No. 50 (Running Horse p.h.) 69, 75, 83; Nos. 52–54 69, 75; No. 56 (St George's Rifles, later Queen Victoria's Rifles, H.Q.) 75, 80, Pl. 19c, e; No. 58 (Boldings) 75–6, 80, 84, Pl. 21
-, West side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 1–7 322; Nos. 3–7 (dem.) 321–2, Pl. 19a; Nos. 13–37 76; Nos. 39–49 29, 81; No. 53 (formerly 9, now part of Grosvenor Office) 4–5, 7, 11–13, 76, figs 1–2 (pp. 6–7), Pl. 2b; Nos. 55–615, 11, 76; No. 65 (British Council) 80, 82; Nos. 75–85 80, Pl. 19b

a Davis, Arthur J. see Mewès and Davis

Davis, Arthur W. 206

Davis, Israel 289

cDavis, John 131

Davis, Sir John 277

b Davis, William 123n.

a Davis and Emanuel 154

Davy, Sir Humphry 40, 251

b Daw, Charles, and Son 334, 335

a Dawber, Sir Guy 47, 258n.

Dawkins: Clinton George 230; Henry 217; Lady Juliana (w. of latter) 212

Dawkins-Pennant, George-Hay 152

Dawnay, Rev. William Henry (later 6th Viscount Downe) 212

Dawson, Ambrose 54

Dawson, Commander Sir Arthur, 1st Bt 188

Dawson, George Robert 228

Dawson, George William 5, 13

a Dawson, Henry 145

Dawson, Lady Louisa 52

Dawson and Co. 313n.

Day: Charles 327; Ernest 205

Daylesford House, Gloucestershire 287

a Deacon, Samuel 233

Deaf and Dumb Church see St Saviour's

De Amodio, Marquis 47

b Dean, William 262

Dean Street, Soho, No. 75 155, 155n., 158

a Deane, Humphry 197, 323

Deanery Street 304, 311, 314

De Beauvoir, Richard Benyon 151

De Blaquiere, Charles 218

De Braceras, Marquesa 141

De Brienen, Baron 55

De Burgh-Canning, Hubert George (later 2nd Marquess of Clanricarde) 126

Debussy, Claude 46

De Chair, Selina 224

c Decorative Arts Guild 148

De Dunstanville, Baron 229

Deering, Henry 162n.

a Deering, J. P. see Gandy Deering, J. P.

De Flahaut, Comte 139

De Goutant, Countess 218

De Grey: Countess 26; George 294

De Horsey, Spencer Kilderbee 225

Deignan, Mr 97

Delamere, Barons: 1st and w. 212; 2nd 175; his w. 233; 3rd 233

De Lancey, Col. Oliver 195

Delany (previously Pendarves), Mrs Mary 101, 218, 254

De La Poer Beresford, Lord Marcus 225

Delaval: Francis Blake 236; Sir Francis Blake and w. 285

De la Valette, Marchioness 140

De La Warr, Earls: 1st (formerly 7th Baron) 149; w. of 2nd 256; 4th and w. 228; 5th 228; 7th 52

Delmé: Lady Betty 151–2; Peter 152; his s. Peter 151, 152

Delorain, Dow. Countess of (w. of 3rd Earl) 203, 216

Delves, Lady (w. of 4th Bt) 236

Delvin, Lord (later 8th Earl and Marquess of Westmeath) 232

De Mauley, 2nd Baron 48

Denbigh: 6th Earl of and w. 305; 9th Earl and w. 297; Isabella, w. of 5th Earl 305

De Neuhoff, Frederick 284

Denham, 1st Baron 284

Denison, Capt. Henry 131

Denman, 3rd Baron 235

b Denne, Benjamin 230

Denys, Peter and w. 100, 137

De Ramirez De Arellano, Count 141–2

De Ramsey, 2nd Baron 119, 207

Derby, Earls of: 12th 142 3, 144; his w. 143; 13th 144, 226, 236; 14th 114, 144; his w. 228; w. of 16th 219

Derby House see Grosvenor Square, No. 26

Dering: Sir Edward, 6th Bt 114, 155, 158; his w. 18; Sir Edward Cholmeley, 8th Bt 207

d'Erlanger, Leo 235, 236; his w. 235

De Roll(e), Baroness 238

Desachey's fibrous plaster 249

De Saumarez, 5th Baron 132

De Tabley, Barons: 1st 152; 2nd 18

De Trafford, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt 35

c Deval, John, sen. and jun. 130nn., 132, 143, 256n., 259

b Devall,—4n.

c Devall,—118, 120n., 146n.

b Devall, Jeremiah, and Co. 118n.

De Vandes, Count 24

De Vandreuil, Comte 277

Deverell, Robert 208, 210

a Devey, George 42, 116, 152

Devon, Earls of: 10th 3; 11th 13; 19th 132

Devonshire, Dukes of: 1st 64; 3rd 24; w. of 8th 156, 158; 9th 282

Devonshire House, Piccadilly 271, 282

Devy family 55

Dewar, Hon. John (2nd Baron Forteviot) 254

b Diamant, Herman 217

b Dibbs, John 120n., 173

a Dick, Sir William Reid 117

Dickinson: John (paper manufacturer) and w. 216; John (writer) 224

Dick-Lauder, Sir Thomas, 9th Bt 218

Dickson-Poynder, Sir John 324

Diemer or Diemar, Gen. 35

Dieulafoy, Marcel and Jane 24

Digby: 7th Baron (later 1st Earl) and w. 32; 2nd Earl 30, 32; Col. Everard Charles 235; George Digby Wingfield 32; Kenelm 174

Dilettanti, Society of 174, 288, Pl. 69d

Dillon: Lady (w. of 9th Viscount) 99; 11th Viscount 99; latter's w. (Lady Charlotte) 24; 15th Viscount 204

Dinevor, 4th Baron 192

Dining-rooms, location of 33

Dinorben, 1st Baron and w. 314, 315

Diorama 92

a Diplock, Russell, Associates 168

Disney, Lt-gen. Sir Moore 210

Dispensaries 58, 63

Disraeli, Benjamin 274, 276; his w. Mary Anne 276

District Messengers' Company 254

Dixey, Arthur C. N. 56

c Dixon, Cornelius 159n.

Dixon, Frederick 110

b Dixon and Co. 121n.

c Dodd,—160

b Doley, John 185n.

Dolgorouki, Prince Alexis and w. 236

Domville: Sir Compton, 1st Bt and w. 122; Sir William, 2nd Bt 40

Donaldson, T. L. 138, 232

Donegall: Dow. Marchioness of (w. of 1st Marquess) 55, 68; 3rd Marquess of 48, 142

Doneraile, Viscounts: 3rd 206; 8th 42

Donington, 1st Baron 142, 233

Donkin, Sir Rufane Shaw 226, 253

Donoughmore, 4th Earl and w. 303

a Donthorne, W. J. 105

Dorchester, 1st Earl of 312

Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane 266, 304

Dorchester House, Park Lane 248, 265, 304, 312, Pl. 67b

b Dorey, J., and Co. 60, 108

c Dorn, Marion 29n.

Dorset, Dukes of: 2nd 23; 3rd 149, 150

Douglas: 4th Baron (of Douglas) 161; his w. 140; Lord (later 12th Earl of Home) 123, 213; Archibald (later 1st Baron Douglas of Douglas) 49; Gen. Sir Howard 187

Douglas-Home, Sir Alec 340

c Doultons 91, 225, 327, 329

Dove, Miss 277

b Dove, Robert and William 162n.

b Dove Brothers 54, 59, 107, 109, 230, 300, 335, 337

Dover Street: Thomas's Hotel 65; No. 44 25n.

c Dowbiggin, Thomas 139, 232, 233, 237, 317–18

Dowdeswell: Rev. Dr Edward 237, 238; William and w. 207

Downe: 3rd and 4th Viscounts 47; 6th Viscount 212; 8th Viscount 340

b Downer, T. 81

b Downing, Thomas 174n.

b Downs, W., Ltd 280

Downshire: Dow. Marchioness of (w. of 3rd Marquess) 48; 4th Marquess of 236

D'Oyley, Sir John 174

D'Oyly Carte, Richard 26

Drake, William 130

Drapers' Hall 249, 281

Draycott, William 235

a Drew, Jane 224

b Drewitt, Francis 133, 134, 137, 139

Drexel, Anthony J. 141

Drogheda: Countess of (w. of 4th Earl) 4; 3rd Marquess of 17

Dropmore 288

Drummond: Gen. Sir Gordon 283; John 208

Drury, Alexander 24

cDryden, Mrs 225

cDryhurst, James 123n.

Du Bourg, Richard 54

Ducane, Maj.-gen. Sir John 201

Duckett: Sir George, 2nd Bt 283; Sir George Jackson, 1st Bt 227

du Cros, Sir Arthur, 1st Bt 257

Dudley (and Ward): Earl of (1st cr., formerly 4th Viscount) 278, 280; 1st Earl of (2nd cr., formerly 11th Baron Ward) 212, 278, 279, 280; his w. 50, 154, 280; 2nd Earl 279, 280; 3rd Earl 190; 1st Viscount (formerly 6th Baron Ward) 213, 264, 277, 278, 280; 2nd Viscount 213, 256, 278, 280; 3rd Viscount 278, 280

Dudley House see under Park Lane

Duff: George Skene 294; James (later Viscount Macduff and 2nd Earl Fife) 205

Dufferin and Clandeboye: 5th Baron (later 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava) 125; w. of 4th Baron 17

Duff-Gordon, Sir William, 2nd Bt 29

c Dufour et Leroy 152

Dugdale, Dugdale Stratford 11, 13

Duke of Gloucester p.h., Park Street 256

Duke Street 86–92, 96, 97, 126, 127, 179, Pls 22c, d, 23, 24b
-, electricity sub-station 86–7, 91, Pl. 22c; Europa Hotel 169; garden 86–7, 91, 97; King's Weigh House Church 86, 87–9, 93, fig. 25, Pls 22d, 23
-, East side (odd numbers)
-, Nos. 55–73 87, 89, Pl. 24c; Nos. 75–83 89–90, fig. 26; No. 8590; Nos. 87–89 90–1, 124, 125, fig. 34 (p. 125)
-, West side (even numbers)
-, Nos. 54–76 (Duke Street Mansions) 86, 91; Nos. 78–80 86, 91, 92; No. 82 (Barley Mow p.h.) 86, 91–2; Nos. 84–86 86, 92

Duke Street Mansions 86–91

Duke's Head tavern, King (now Culross) Street 260

Duke's Yard 18, 20, 86, 90

Dulwich College picture gallery 243

Dumfries, 6th Earl of 226

b Duncan, C. S. 219

Duncan, James Matthews 32

Duncombe: Adm. Arthur 17, 51, 142, 224; Capt. Cecil 3; T. S. 231; Thomas and w. 130; their s. Thomas 130; William (later 3rd Baron and 1st Earl of Feversham) 141

Dundas, William 45, 47, 283; w. of 47

Dundonald, 13th Earl of 190

Dungannon, 2nd Viscount 140

Dunglass, Lord (later 13th Earl of Home) 340

Dunmore, 7th Earl of 18

Dunraven and Mount-Earl, 4th Earl of 194, 283, 284

Dunraven (formerly (New) Norfolk) Street 186, 188, 194–5, 264, 282–3, 284–5, Pls 48a, b, c, 73a, b, 74e
-, Avenfield House 282; Nos. 1–3 188, 195; No. 4 (Norwich House) 74, 195; Nos. 5–6 195; Nos. 16–19 195, Pl. 48b; Nos. 16–17 (dem.) 194; No. 19 (dem.) 285; Nos. 20–21 284, 285; No. 22 284, 285, Pl. 48c; No. 23 284; No. 24 now 128 Park Lane, q.v.; No. 24 now 129 Park Lane, q.v.; Nos. 25–26 282–3, Pls 48a, 73a, b; No. 27 282–3, 284, Pls 48a, 73a, b; Nos. 28–31282–3, Pl. 73a, b; No. 32 now 117 Park Lane, q.v.

c Duppa, J. (and Co.) 227, 313n.

Dupuis: John and w. 277; Thomas Sanders 274, 277

Durand, Col. Algernon G. A. 276

Durham, Bishops of: Edward Chandler 114, 123; John Egerton 130

Durham, Dean of (Spencer Cowper) 44

Durham, Earls of: 2nd 151, 257; 3rd and w. 151; 4th 205

b Durham, Charles, 123n., 336

Dutch ambassador 174

Dutch Reformed congregation 60

Duveen: Henry Joseph 283, 284; Sir Joel Joseph 123, 283, 284; Joseph (later Baron) 28, 250, 284

Duveen Brothers 144

Duvouve, Count 210

Dyke, Sir John Dixon, 3rd Bt 23

Dymoke, Sir Henry, 1st Bt 17

Dyrehaven (Danish royal hunting lodge) 258

Dysart: w. of 3rd Earl of 54; 4th Earl 114, 140, 283; 6th Earl 283; w. of 8th Earl 140

Eardley, Baron 49

Earl(e), Mrs 210

Earle's Hotel 40

cEarp, Thomas 60, 108

East, Lady (w. of Sir Gilbert) 186

a East, Hubert 159

East, William (c. 1732) 114, 150, 151

a Easton, John Murray 342, 344, see also Easton and Robertson

a Easton and Robertson 29, 104, 303, 342

Eaton, Maj.-gen. Herbert Francis 235

b Eaton, Richard 246n.

Eaton Hall, Cheshire 88, 131n., 241, 250, 325

Eaton House, Upper Grosvenor Street 233

Ebbisham, 1st Baron 217

Ebrington, Viscount (later 2nd Earl Fortescue) 102, 133; his w. 13, 133

Ebury, Barons: 1st (formerly Lord Robert Grosvenor) 94, 180, 232, 257; his w. 180; 2nd 198, 282

Ebury Buildings, Pimlico 94

Ecclesiastical Commissioners 77

b Edcaster 271, 273

Eddisbury, 1st Baron 29

Eden, Sir William, 7th Bt 295

Edgar, Sir Edward Mackay 132, 283

Edgcumbe, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Barons 233

Edgeworth, Maria 100

b Edifis Ltd 233

a Edis, Sir Robert William 29, 188

Edison company 249

Edridge, John 18

b Eds, John 232, 233, 291, 294, 306, 330, 340, 342

Edward VII 38, 281; as Prince of Wales 178, 180

Edwards, A. O. 271, 272, 273

Edwards, Rev. Howel Holland and w. 231

b Edwards, J. C. 324, 327

Edwards, Adm. Richard 40

Edwin: Lady Catherine (w. of Samuel) 41; Charles and w. 41

Effingham, Earls of: 1st 119; 2nd 148

Egerton: John (Bishop of Durham) 130; Lt-col. John William (later 7th Earl of Bridgwater) 123, 130; his w. 123, 138, 139; William Tatton 114, 147

Egerton Gardens, Kensington 110

cEginton, Francis 278

Egmont, 3rd Earl of and w. 285

Egypt: Consulate, Embassy and Legation 311, 314, 315, 340; Government 314; Khedive (1867) 279

Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly 279

Elcho, Lord 41, 49

c Elden, E. 92, 225

Electric lighting 5, 60, 73, 128, 140, 145, 152, 249

Electric Pavilion Ltd 289

Electrical generating stations 61 2, 80, 91

b Elger, John 55, 59, 186, 247, 285, 318, 336

Elgin, Countess of (w. of 5th Earl) 283

a Elgood, F. M. 226

Elgood, George (of Elgood and Co.) 226

Eliott, Sir William Francis, 7th Bt 200

b Elkins, Henry 316n.

b Elkins, John 173, 318

Ellice: Gen. Sir Charles 294; Edward 235; his s., Edward, and latter's w. 147; Lady Jane 210

Elliotson, Dr John 72

cElliott, Charles 29–30, 49, 52–3, 149, 228–9

Elliott: Sir George, 1st Bt 256; Sir George William, 2nd Bt 256, Rev. Henry Venn 149; John Lettsom and w. 47; W. Foster 300

b Ellis, John 302

Ellis, Sir John Whittaker, Bt 205

Elphinstone: 16th Baron 203; Sir Howard, 1st Bt 195

cElsley, Thomas, Ltd 233

Eltham Hall, Kent 161, 323

Elward, George 317

Elward, Marsh and Tatham 317n.

cElward and Marsh 120n., 317n.

b Elwell, John 146n.

Elwill, Sir John, 4th Bt and w. 51

Ely, Bishop of (James Yorke) 219

Ely, Dow. Countess of (w. of 1st Earl) 51

a Emberton, Joseph 12, 81

Emerger, Gen. 205

Emerson, Sir William 258n.

Emmet, Robert 53

Emmott, John 230

a Engle, Bernard, and Partners 283

English: Sir Crisp 17; Sir John 35

a Erlam, Samuel 76, 186, 205, 255

Ernle, Sir Edward, 3rd Bt 55

Erskine: 1st Baron 224; Lady Frances 224; James (pseud. for 5th Earl of Rosslyn) 195

Essex, Earls of: 3rd 123, 148; his w. 39, 123; 4th 123; 5th 195, 212, 232; 7th 73; his w. (Adela) 15, 73–4; 8th 15

c Estcourt, — 179

a Etchells, Frederick 39, 75, 81, 85, 195, 197, 261, 262, 335

a Etherington-Smith, H. L. 284

Eugènie, Empress 25

Europa Hotel 169

Euston, Earl of (later 4th Duke of Grafton) 30

b Evans, Charles 146n., 232

Ewer, Thomas 204

Exeter, Bishops of: Dr Henry R. Courtenay 36; Frederick Keppel 207

Exeter: Dow. Countess of (w. of 8th Earl) 55, 232; 9th Earl of 55, 146; 10th Earl (later 1st Marquess) 53, 55; 2nd Marquess of 152; his w. 212; 3rd Marquess 119, 175

Eykyn, Roger 227

Eyre, Francis (later 6th Earl of Newburgh) 219

b Eyre, James 162n.

Eyre, Sir James 3

Faber: 1st Baron 257; George Denison (later Baron Wittenham) 130

Fagge, Charles Hilton 56

Fairbairn: Sir Andrew 24; Sir Arthur and sister (statue of) 181

Fairbanks, Douglas, jun. 277

b Fairbone, J., and Son 162n.

Fairfax, Anne 237

a Fairtlough, A. C. 168

Falbe, M. Christian Frederick de and w. 137

Falkland, 7th Viscount of 40, 235

b Falkner, J. W. (and Sons) 100, 333

Falmouth, Viscounts: 2nd 68; 7th 303

Fane, Lady Cecily Jane Georgiana and Robert George Cecil 201

Faraday, Messrs, and Son 270

Farm Street 341, see also Immaculate Conception, Church of the

c Farmer and Brindley 145

Farnborough, Lord 246

a Farquhar, (? Colin) 162

Farquhar: Dow. Lady (w. of 2nd Bt) 232; Sir Horace Brand (later Earl) 123; his w. Emilie (formerly Lady Scott) 123, 146; Sir Walter Rockliffe, 3rd Bt and w. 118

Farrant, Sir George 219

Farrer, Sir William James 206

Fauconberg: 2nd Earl 229; Viscount 120n.

b Faulkner, James 121n.

b Fayram, Thomas 5, 11, 132

Fazakerley: John Nicholas 206; Nicholas 45

Feetham, John 290, 296, 304, 306, 307, 309, 310, 314, 340, 341

b Feetham, Thomas 290, 309, 330, 331, 340

b Feetham, Messrs 72n.

Fellowes: William 230; William Henry (later 2nd Baron De Ramsey) 119, 207

Fenton, Lavinia 118

b Fenwick, John 123n.

Ferguson, Dr Robert 256

Fermor, Lt-gen. Thomas William (later 4th Earl of Pomfret) 224

a Ferranti, Sebastian Ziani de 61

Ferrers, 7th Earl 283

Fetherstonhaugh, Sir Matthew, 1st Bt 118; his w. 41

Feversham: Baron (of Downton) and w. 50; 3rd Baron (of Duncombe Park) and 1st Earl of 141

Fielding, Frederick and w. 208

Fife, 2nd Earl 205

Fifty Churches Commissioners 36, 316

b Filewood, — 120n.

Filmer-Sankey, Lady Ursula 104

Finch: Lady (fl. 1779–1829) 174; Lady Betty 205; Charles 218; John (and Son) 87, 177

Firebrace, Sir Cordell, 3rd Bt 99

Fires, destruction of buildings by 47, 52, 54, 101, 177, 216, 219, 235, 294, 314

b Fish, Charles 190, 207, 227, 276, 294

b Fisher, — 130n.

Fisher, Catherine (? Kitty) 283

Fisher, James 130n.

b Fisher, James 142n.

Fisher, James Hurtle 5, 13, 76

Fisher, Adm. John 194

Fisher, Sir John William and w. 225, 277

Fitzgerald: Amelia, Lady 315; Lord Robert 101

Fitz-Gerald, Evelyn 197

Fitzhardinge, Lord 327

Fitzherbert: Mrs (Maria) 174, 241, 251; Thomas 174

Fitzmaurice, Lord Edmond 188

Fitzpatrick: Daniel 219; Richard 285

Fitzroy (FitzRoy): Hon. Mrs 51; Lt-col. Lord Frederick 40; Henry 235; Lady Henry 30

a Fitzroy Robinson and Partners 182

FitzWalter, Lady 40

Fitzwilliam: 4th Earl 120, 121, 309; 5th Earl 121; 6th Earl 120, 121, 139; 7th Earl 121; Lady 230; Lady Anne 230; Lt-col. C. L. 40

Flats, internal planning of and facilities in 168–9, 271, 274, 281–2, 321, 327, 329, 334, fig. 79 (p. 328)

c Flaxman, John 300

Fleming, Lady 202

a Fleming, H. S. 334

Fleming, Sir John, Bt 42

Fleming, Maj. Philip 145

Fleming, Robert and w. 145

a Fletcher, Banister, and Sons 54

b Fletcher, Joshua 52, 207, 227

a Flitcroft, Henry 119–20, 121, 201n., 226

a Flockhart, William 44, 131, 283

a Florence, Henry L. 323

Foley: 1st Baron (Thomas) 226, 229; 4th and 5th Barons 146

Foljambe, Francis Ferrand 210

Folkestone: Viscount (later 4th Earl of Radnor) 49, 50; Viscount (later 6th Earl of Radnor) 333

b Foord, John 194n., 284

a Forbes, J. Edwin 225

Forbes: James 205; Adm. John 235

Ford, Richard 212, 257

Fordyce: Lady Margaret (w. of Alexander) 15; Sir William 52

Forest, Baron Maurice de 52

Forester:—(of Kirkham and Forester) 23; 2nd Baron 295; Rev. Pulter 255

Forres, 1st Baron and w. 54, 55

Forster, John Cooper 232

a Forsyth, W. A. 260, 280

Fortescue: 2nd Baron 127; 1st Earl 133; 2nd Earl (formerlyViscount Ebrington) 102, 133; his w. 13, 133; 3rd Earl 133, 217; George Matthew and w. 154

Forteviot, 2nd Baron 254

Fortnam, Mr (? Richard) 207

c Foster, Mr 73

Foster, Sir Augustus 277

a Foster, Frederick William 38, 39, 161, 189, 195, 342

Foster, Thomas 217

b Foster and Dicksee 29, 141, 311, 314

a Foulston, John 302

Foundling Hospital Estate, Bloomsbury 221

Fountain (St George's Hanover Square Gardens) 319

Fountain House 251, 252, 265–6, 268, 269

Fountaine, Sir Andrew 112n.

Fowke: Lt-gen. Sir George Henry 339; Gen. Thomas 224, 307

a Fowler, F. E. H. 166

c Fowler, John (Colefax and Fowler) 2, 23

Fowler, William 154–5

Fox, Charles James and w. 339

Fox, Gen. Charles Richard 125

c Fox, G. E. 127

Fox, Wilson 54

c Foxhall, Edward 142, 162n.

a Foxhall, Edward Martin 150, 296

b Foxley, Frederick, and Co. 74, 76, 161, 189, 195, 205, 213, 216, 218, 219, 254, 259, 263, 341

France, William 146n.

a Francis, F. J. and H. 172

Frank, Sir Howard 266

Frankfort, 2nd Viscount 187

Frankland: Frederick 114, 154; Sir Thomas, 6th Bt 202n., 294; Sir William, 9th Bt 219

Frazer Nash Cars

b Freake, Sir Charles J. 120, 126, 127, 144, 151, 175

Frederick, Prince of Wales 114, 134n., 164

Fremantle, Adm. Sir Charles Howe and w. 50

French craftsmanship 28, 31, 206, 235, 256, 279

French Embassy 116, 142

French royal family 306

c Frith, W. S. 62

a Froes, Wilfred 203

a Fry, Maxwell 224, 266

Fullarton, William 64

Fuller-Eliott-Drake, Sir Thomas Trayton, 1st Bt 201

Furness: 1st Baron (Sir Christopher) 208; his w. 140; 2nd Baron (later 1st Viscount) 140, 196, 342, 344; his w. 342

Gainford, 1st Baron 225

a Gallannaugh, B. W. L. 117

a Gallier, James 251, 304, 331, 339

Galloway: 6th Earl of 219; 7th Earl's w. 4; 9th Earl 154; 10th Earl and w. 228

Galsworthy, John 174

Galway, Viscounts: 1st 52, 295; 2nd 208; w. of 6th 283; 7th 41, 52, 283

Gamages 183, 184

a Gandy Deering, J. P. 105, 106, 107, 231, 278, 331, 339, 340

Gardens: communal see under Culross Street, Green Street and South Street; private 20, 23, 31, 69, 73, 101, 121, 124, 124n., 128, 130, 136, 142, 146, 160, 210, 216, 218, 235, 239, 242, 248, 295, 324, 325, 342; public 174, 175, 319, see also under Duke Street and Grosvenor Square

Gardiner, Sir Robert 18

a Gardner, J. Starkie 28

Gardner, Robert Richardson 160

Garforth, John Baynes 23

Garland, C. T. 200

c Garland, Tom 151

b Garlick, John (Ltd or and Son) 20, 21, 28, 35, 39, 48, 52, 54, 59, 73, 74, 81, 85, 90, 93, 110, 141, 145, 147, 196, 198, 200, 201, 203, 205, 219, 236, 282, 294, 296, 307, 321, 338

b Garlick, William (J.) 40, 74, 147

b Garlick and Horton 296

Garth-Turnour, Edward Turnour (later 1st Baron and 1st Earl Winterton) 24

Gas: engine 76; lighting 140, 186, 243, 270, 278; manufacture 186; stove 127, 140; supply 115, 138, 140, 148, 243, 246, 247

Gas Light and Coke Company 243, 268, 269

b Gascoigne, John 151

Gascoyne, Gen. Isaac and w. 306

Gascoyne-Cecil, Edward (Viscount Cecil of Chelwood) 151

Gaskell, Charles George Milnes and James Milnes 283

Gatliff Buildings, Ebury Bridge Road 94

c Gawen, Joseph 180

c Gaze, H. E., Ltd 18

Geary, Charlotte 236

Geddes, Alexander 269n.

b Gee, George 281

Gee, Samuel Jones 212

b Gee, Walker and Slater Ltd 142, 198, 203, 217, 266, 280, 281, 303, 327, 334

c Gelder, P. van 256n.

George I (statue of) 113, 116, 116n., 117

George II 114; as Prince of Wales 101

George IV (as Prince of Wales) 24, 174

a George, Ernest 200, 297, 320; with H. Peto 131, 291, 296, 310, 319, 321, 327; with A. Yeates 28, 216–17, 220

George Street see Balderton Street

George Yard 86, 91, 92, 94

Georgian Group 14

Gerard: Sir Robert Tolver, 13th Bt (later 1st Baron) 151, 154, 294, 340; William (later 2nd Baron) 283

b Gerry, James 92

Ghosts 213

Giant's Lavatory 281

Gibbs, James 49, 133, 299

a Gibson, Alexander 322

c Gibson, John 193

Gilbert, Alfred 320

Gilbert, John (Bishop of Salisbury and Archbishop of York) 154, 236

c Gilbert, Walter 29n.

a Gilbert and Constanduros 322, 335

Gilbert (formerly James) Street 16, 68, 80, 83, 86, 92, 93
-, Cavendish Flats (formerly Buildings) 96–8; Rose and Crown p.h. 177; St Anselm's (formerly Hanover Branch) Schools 77, 79–80, 83, Pl. 24a, b; Three Horseshoes tavern 82, 83; Nos. 22–26 17, Pl. 1c; No. 27 92, 93

a Giles, Gough and Trollope 322, 324

Gillow, George 101

c Gillow, Richard 101, 242

Gillow, Robert 101

c Gillows 39, 100, 101, 102, 121, 166

Gilstrap, Sir William 235

Ginger, James 26

Gladstone: Sir John, 3rd Bt 204; John Neilson 218; W. E. 180

Glasgow: Dow. Countess (w. of 3rd Earl) 213; 6th Earl 175

Glendyne, 2nd Baron 225

Glengall: w. of 1st Earl of 50; 2nd Earl 43, 50; his w. 43, 145

Glenorchy, Lord (later 3rd Earl of Breadalbane) 159, 160

Gloucester, Bishops of: Richard Beadon 40; William Warburton 147; James Yorke 219

Gloucester, Duke of (William Henry) 240, 250; his w. 250; his riding school 240, 264–5

Gloucester, Prince William of 232

Gloucester Coffee House (or Hotel) 182, fig. 45

Gloucester House, Park Lane 280

Gloucester House, Upper Grosvenor Street see Grosvenor House

c Glover, — and J. 120n.

Glyn, Sir Richard Plumptre, 2nd Bt 213

Godsall, Philip 330

b Goff, Thomas 316n.

Golden Square 309

a Goldicutt, John 105n., 274, 277, 331

a Goldie, Child and Goldie 208

Goldney, Sir Gabriel, 1st Bt 342

Goldsmid, Sir Julian, 3rd Bt 48

Gomm, Sir William Maynard 224

Goode: Herbert and Minton 297n.; Thomas (and Co.) 291, 296, 297; W. J. 291, 296, 297, 297n.

a Goodhart-Rendel, H. S. 66, 79, 252, 325n.

b Goodman, Samuel 123n.

Gordon: 3rd Duke of and w. 236; 4th Duke 236, 284; James 233; John 297; Lockhart 232

Gordon Riots 120

Gordon-Lennox, Lord George Charles and w. 66

Gore: Rev. Annesley 296; Maj.-gen. Sir Ralph St George Claude, 10th Bt 20

Gore-Langton: William 128, 149; his w. 128; William Henry Powell 128

Gorhambury, Hertfordshire 160

Goschen: Alexander 205; George J. (later 1st Viscount) 318

Gosford, 3rd Earl, his w., and 4th Earl 52

Gosling, William 282

Gothenburg Refreshment House 177

a Gough, Alexander D. 109

Gough-Calthorpe: Frederick (later 4th Baron Calthorpe) 150, 232; Sir Henry, 2nd Bt (later 1st Baron Calthorpe) 150; his w. 118, 150

Goupy, Joseph 277

Govett, John Romaine 225

b Gowan, William 118n.

Gower: 2nd Baron (later 1st Earl) 201, 202, 203; his w. 202; 2nd Earl (later 1st Marquess of Stafford) 42; Earl (later 2nd Duke of Sutherland) 230, 248

Gowran, 1st Baron's w. and 2nd Baron (later 1st Earl of Upper Ossory) 130

Grafton: 3rd Duke of 114, 149; his 1st w. 228; his 2nd. w. 30; 4th Duke 30

Grafton Street 212

Graham: Marquess of (later 2nd Duke of Montrose) 44, 235; Sir Bellingham, 7th Bt 256; Sir James, 1st Bt 228; Sir Reginald, 8th Bt 118

Grainger Permanent Building Society 26

Granby, Marquess of (s. of 3rd Duke of Rutland) 99

Grand Metropolitan Hotels (Company) 158, 169

Grandison: Countess 123; Earl 48

Grant: Gen. Sir Colquhoun 126; Lt-col. James Augustus 229; Sir James Augustus, 1st Bt 188; Sir John 233

b Grantham, William 194n.

Granville: Countess 123; 1st Earl's w. 210; Bernard 218, 254

Graves, Henry (later 5th Baron) 35

Gray, Lady (? w. of Sir James Gray, 1st Bt) 44

b Gray, William 113n., 127, 185n., 190, 191

b Gray and Saunders 257

Gray and Wear 242

Greathead, Samuel 305

Green, Edward 328

b Green, John 47, 50, 51, 142, 185, 220, 234

c Green and Abbott Ltd 15, 119, 305

b Green and Son 324

Green Park 265

Green Street 105, 185–94, Pls 49c, d, e, 50–1
-, garden 186, 187, Pl. 50c; Hampden House see No. 61; see also St Mary's Chapel, Park Street
-, No. 1 109–10; Nos. 2–11 110, 187–8, 287, Pl. 49d, e; No. 19256; No. 25 (dem.) 187; Nos. 25–31 188, Pl. 52d; No. 32 186, 188, 195, 196, Pl. 74b; No. 35 formerly 33, now 129 Park Lane, q.v.; Nos. 36–47 188–90, fig. 46, Pl. 50c; No. 48 252, 258–9; Nos. 51–54 190, 255, Pl. 49c; Nos. 55–59 190, 255, Pl. 50a, b; No. 56 (dem.) 186–7; No. 61 (formerly 60 and 61, Hampden House) 110, 185, 186, 187, 190–4, 197, fig. 47 (p. 192), Pl. 51; No. 62 110

Greenhouse (in 1731) 35

Greenwell, Sir Walpole, 1st Bt 122

a Gregg, Ebenezer 4

Gregory, Robert 203

Grenville: 1st Baron 264, 287, 288, 289; his w. 289; George 204; Hester (Countess Temple) 230; Lady Hester (later w. of William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham) 204; Thomas 287

Gresham, Sir John, 6th Bt 295, 342

Greville: 1st Baron 151, 153; Capt. Alwyn 201; Fulke (gs. of 5th Baron Brooke) 32, 99

Greville-Nugent, Fulke Southwell (later 1st Baron Greville) 151, 152–3

Grey: Countess de 26; 4th Earl 340; George de 294

Grey-Egerton: Lady Henrietta 324; Sir Philip, 12th Bt 276

Griffin, Field Marshal John (4th Baron Howard De Walden and 1st Baron Braybrooke) 17

b Griffith, Charles 48, 142, 235

Grillon: Alexander 323; Francis 317, 323

Grillon's Hotel, Albemarle Street 323

Grimston: 2nd Viscount 234, 235; his w. 235; 3rd Viscount 160, 161; 4th Viscount (later 1st Earl of Verulam) 115, 160, 161; his w. 161; Harriet 227

Grimthorpe, 2nd Baron 146

b Grissell, Thomas 47

b Groom, — 4n.

Grosvenor, Algernon 339

Grosvenor, Anne (4th w. of 2nd Duke of Westminster) 74

Grosvenor, Caroline (w. of Norman de l'Aigle) 224, 232

Grosvenor, Catharine (w. of Algernon) 339

Grosvenor, Constance (1st w. of 1st Duke formerly Marquess of Westminster) 180

Grosvenor, Mrs Deborah (w. of Thomas, b. of 1st Earl) 130–1, 154

Grosvenor (later Curzon), Dorothy 5

Grosvenor, Lord Edward Arthur 212

Grosvenor, Eleanor (w. of 2nd Earl Grosvenor and 1st Marquess of Westminster, previously styled Viscountess Belgrave) 131, 240, 241, 242, 243, 247

Grosvenor, Elizabeth (w. of 2nd Marquess of Westminster, previously styled Countess Grosvenor and Viscountess Belgrave) 144, 232, 243

Grosvenor, Gerald Hugh (4th Duke of Westminster) 82

Grosvenor, Lord Gerald Richard 233

Grosvenor, Lady Henry 306

Grosvenor, Lord Henry 307

Grosvenor, Hugh Lupus (1st Duke and 3rd Marquess of Westminster previously styled Earl Grosvenor): architectural concerns of 2, 3, 7, 16, 26, 29, 31, 39, 48, 75, 88, 89, 91, 95, 96–7, 102, 105, 110, 117, 122, 128, 136, 144, 148, 151, 152, 175, 176, 177, 179, 181, 190, 205, 227, 248, 249, 291, 296–7, 319–20, 321, 324, 325, 327, 328, 329, 336–7; churches, and 59, 60, 76, 77, 79, 87, 105, 180, 300, 328; general policies of 16, 26, 100, 116, 187, 223, 316, 319, 320, 321, 324, 329, 336; philanthropic activities of 93, 94–8 passim, 110, 111, 197, 319, 327; public houses, and 63, 75, 100, 177, 251, 261, 324; residences of 126, 151, 248–50; schools, and 80, 109, 336, 337; other refs 83, 93, 136, 178, 267, 320, 328, 332

Grosvenor, Hugh Richard (2nd Duke of Westminster) 60, 73, 74, 91, 188, 250, 270–4 passim, 287, 292, 322, 339; approves new buildings and alterations 4, 35, 141, 167, 183, 203, 228, 229, 230, 231, 236, 252, 253, 272; favours preservation of old or historic buildings 73, 102, 156, 156n., 276, 287, 288, 289, 291, 300; general estate policies of 17, 166, 273

Grosvenor, Lady Jane (w. of 6th Bt) 154, 204, 213

Grosvenor, Katherine (2nd w. of 1st Duke of Westminster) 63, 75, 77, 131, 167, 338

Grosvenor, Loelia (3rd w. of 2nd Duke of Westminster) 167n.

Grosvenor, Maria Deborah 11, 13

Grosvenor, Norman de l'Aigle 187, 232

Grosvenor, Richard (2nd Marquess of Westminster previously styled Earl Grosvenor and Viscount Belgrave) 62, 63, 94, 115, 126, 128, 131, 174, 180, 248, 250; architectural style associated with 33, 34, 39, 115, 116, 138, 139, 166, 199, 223; decisions affecting rebuildings and refrontings 2, 23, 30, 31, 34, 72, 115, 116, 138, 139, 144, 166, 175, 176, 182, 199, 283

Grosvenor, Sir Richard, 4th Bt 1, 4, 36, 44, 112–13, 185, 264, 290, 298, 299, 300, 330, 336

Grosvenor, Sir Richard, 7th Bt (later Baron and subsequently 1st Earl Grosvenor) 68, 105, 158, 159, 172, 174, 240, 269

Grosvenor, Lord Richard De Aquila (later 1st Baron Stalbridge) 16, 204

Grosvenor, Richard Erle-Drax 131

Grosvenor, Robert (5th Duke of Westminster) 12, 13, 158

Grosvenor, Robert (1st Marquess of Westminster and 2nd Earl Grosvenor previously styled Viscount Belgrave) 7, 25, 92, 105, 115, 128, 131, 224, 255, 264 5, 287, 295; and Belgrave (sometime Peterborough) House, Millbank 240, 242; and Grosvenor House 240–8 passim, 250

Grosvenor, Lord Robert (1st Baron Ebury) 94, 180, 232, 257; his w. 180

Grosvenor, (Sir) Robert (6th Bt) 148, 149, 150, 151, 154, 155, 158, 159, 226, 336

Grosvenor, Robert Wellesley (later 2nd Baron Ebury) 198, 282

Grosvenor, Sibell (w. of Victor Alexander, Earl Grosvenor) 277, 301

Grosvenor, Col. Thomas (Hoppner's portrait of) 74

Grosvenor, Field Marshal Thomas 166

Grosvenor, Sir Thomas, 3rd Bt 68

Grosvenor, Violet (2nd w. of 2nd Duke of Westminster) 305, 306

Grosvenor Buildings 63

Grosvenor Chapel 290, 291, 298–302, figs 68–70 (pp. 298–9, 301), Pl. 76

Grosvenor Club 61

Grosvenor Estate, Belgravia 92, 93, 186

Grosvenor Estate, Mayfair (including references to the decisions and deliberations of the Grosvenor Board, and of the head of the Grosvenor family as ground landlord): architects, choice of and relations with 40, 66, 84, 87, 89, 91, 109, 110, 144, 147, 148, 152, 177, 179, 181, 188, 200, 205, 234, 253, 255, 258, 289, 320, 323, 327, 334, 336, 342; architectural policy 2, 33, 34, 49, 81, 115–16, 138, 154, 166–8 passim, 176–7, 183, 190, 199–200, 223–4, 234, 259, 266, 272–3, 291, 319–20, 321; boundaries 1, 34, 69, 85, 178, 266, 297, 318, 327–8, 337, plan in end pocket; flats, policy towards 141, 166, 168; historic buildings and features, attitude to 2, 29, 30, 51, 54, 56, 73, 102, 144, 146, 156, 158, 200, 203, 231, 276, 287, 289; hotels, attitude to 1, 25, 26, 28, 40, 166, 182, 323; public houses and taverns, attitude to 92, 177, 199, 251, 254, 323, 324; purchases and repurchases of freeholds 67, 79, 80, 188, 323, 327; sales and gifts of freeholds 28, 77, 80, 87, 105, 106–7, 178, 179, 188, 269, 274, 289, 299, 314, 316, 319, 322, 323, 327, 337; street improvements 69, 90, 178, 320, 329; trade, shops and commerce, attitude to 34 5, 68–9, 75–6, 87, 97, 182, 187, 199, 223, 252, 254, 257, 271, 273, 285, 319–21, 324, 328–9; tradesmen, rebuilding policy and 87, 179, 182, 304, 320, 321, 326–9 passim; see also Gardens, communal and public; Working-class housing

Grosvenor Estate, Pimlico 94, 98

Grosvenor Estate surveyors and architectural advisers seeBalfour, Eustace; Barlow, Thomas; Billerey, Fernand; Blow, Detmar; Codd, George A; Cundy, Thomas, I, II and III; Lutyens, Sir Edwin; Porden, William; Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert; Wimperis, Edmund

Grosvenor Gallery (later Aeolian Hall) 60–2, fig. 19, Pl. 16a

Grosvenor Gallery (generating) Station 61, Pl. 16d

Grosvenor Gardens, Victoria 176

Grosvenor Gate, Hyde Park 264–5, Pl. 67a, c

Grosvenor Gate, Park Lane formerly King's Row now Nos. 93–99 Park Lane q.v.

Grosvenor Hill (formerly part of Grosvenor Mews) 58, 59, 63, see also Bourdon House

Grosvenor Hill Court 58, 59, 60, 63

Grosvenor Hotel, Mount Street 318

Grosvenor (sometime Gloucester) House, Upper Grosvenor Street 222, 239–50, 270–1, 273, fig. 55 (pp. 244–5), Pls 64–6, 67b, c; picture gallery 243, 246, 248–9, fig. 55, Pls 64b, 66e; screen 223, 232, 247, 247n., 248; stables 246

Grosvenor House (Hotel), Park Lane 251, 252, 257, 265, 266, 270–4, fig. 61 (pp. 272–3), Pl. 74d

Grosvenor House Art Gallery 271n.

Grosvenor Market 68–9, 75, 77, 94, Pl. 19d

Grosvenor Mews (now Bourdon Place and Street and Grosvenor Hill, q.v.) 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 93, 196

Grosvenor Office (Nos. 66–68 Brook Street and 53 Davies Street) 4–13, 76, figs 1–5, Pl. 2

Grosvenor Place 176, 248

Grosvenor Schools 302

Grosvenor Square 112–70, figs 33–41, folded drawings between pp. 140 and 141, Pls 28–44
-, flats in 117, 166–9; garden 112–13, 115, 117, Pl. 28a, b; general history 112–17; George I statue 113, 116, 116n., 117; layout and first development 112–14, 133; rebuilding since 1926 166–70, Pls 31c, d, 32; renumbering 116n.; Roosevelt memorial 117, Pl. 32d; social character 114, 116, 117, 168
-, Demolished buildings
-, No. 1 112, 118, 167, Pl. 30a; No. 2 44, 116, 118–19, Pl. 30a; No. 3 116, 119, Pl. 30a; No. 4 114, 114n., 115, 119–20, 121, 240; No. 5 121–2, fig. 33; No. 6 121, 122–3; No. 7 32, 117, 123, 167; No. 10 (east, sometime 9) 114, 125–6, 131–2; No. 10 (west) 126, 131–2; No. 10 (1864–6 house, formerly 9) 116, 126–7; No. 11 127, 131–2; No. 12 114, 127–8, 131–2, 158, 169, fig. 35 (p. 129), Pl. 34; No. 13 128, 130, 131–2; No. 14 117, 128, 130, 131–2, 166; No. 15 130, 131–2, 166; No. 16 (formerly 15A) 130–2, 167; No. 17 (formerly 16) 117, 131–2; No. 18 (formerly17) 102, 114, 114n., 116, 132–3, 134n., 136, 139, fig. 36 (pp. 134–5), Pls 28b, 30b; No. 19 (formerly 18) 133–7, 139, 166, fig. 37 (p. 136), Pls 28b, 30b, 35; No. 20 (formerly 19) 116, 126, 127, 133, 134, 134n., 136, 137–9, 139n., 166, Pls 28b, 30b; No. 21 (formerly 19A) 116, 126, 127, 133, 137, 138, 139–40, 166, Pls 28b, 30b; No. 22 (formerly 19B) 140; No. 23 (formerly 20) 140–1, 196; No. 24 (formerly 21) 141–2, 220, Pl. 30c; No. 25(formerly 22) 51, 142, 144, 220, Pls 30c, d, 41d; No. 26(formerly 23, sometime Derby House) 114n., 115, 116, 142–4, Pls 29a, 30d, 36–7, 38b, 40a, 41a, b; No. 27 (formerly 24) 114, 114n., 144–5, Pls 28c, 30d, 40c, d; No. 28 (formerly 25) 145, 146, Pls 28c, 30d; No. 29 (formerly 26) 145–6, 147, Pl. 30d; No. 30 (formerly 27) 146; No. 31 (formerly 28) 146–7, Pl. 29c; No. 32 (formerly 29) 147, Pl. 29c; No. 33 (formerly 49 Upper Grosvenor Street) 147, 148, Pl. 62a; No. 34 (formerly 29A Grosvenor Square) 148, Pl. 38a; No. 35 (formerly 30) 114, 148–9, Pl. 29d; No. 36 (formerly 31) 117, 149, 160; No. 37(formerly 32) 149; No. 39 (formerly 34) 114n., 116, 117, 149, 150–1, 152; No. 40 (formerly 35) 116, 117, 149, 151, Pl. 29b; No. 41 (formerly 36) 116, 149, 151–3, fig. 38 (p. 153), Pls 29b, 39b, 40b; No. 42 (formerly 37) 116, 144n., 153–4; No. 43(formerly 38) 114n., 116, 117, 154–5, 159, 160, Pl. 28d; No. 44(formerly 39) 114n., 116, 117, 154, 155–8, 159, 160, 169, fig. 39 (p. 157), Pl. 44b, c, d; No. 45 (formerly 40) 116, 117, 158, 159, 224, 240, Pls 39a, 41c; No. 46 (formerly 41) 116, 117, 158, 159–60; No. 47 (formerly 42) 115, 116, 117, 160–1, 322, 323, Pls 43b, 44a; No. 48 (formerly 43) 116, 117, 161, 322; No. 49(formerly 44) 115, 117, 161–4, fig. 40 (p. 163), Pl. 33c; No. 50(formerly 46) 33, 115, 117, 164–6, fig. 41 (p. 165), Pl. 33a, b; No. 51 (formerly 45) 81, 114, 117–18, Pl. 30a
-, Present buildings
-, United States Embassy 169–70, Pl. 32a; Nos. 1–3 (formerly incl. United States Embassy) 167–8, Pl. 32b: No. 4 82, 114, 114n., 115, 119, 120–1, 167, Pls 30a, 32b; Nos. 5, 6–7 168, Pl. 32b; No. 8 now 88 Brook Street q.v.; No. 9 (formerly 8) 90, 91, 112, 114, 124–5, fig. 34 (p. 125), Pls 31b, 43a; Nos. 10–13(Europa Hotel) 169; Nos. 14–15 167, 167n., 168, 169, Pl. 32c; Nos. 16–17 168, Pl. 32c; No. 18 167; Nos. 19–21 167, 168; Nos. 22–23 117, 141, Pl. 31a; Nos. 32–34 147n., 168, Pl. 31c; Nos. 35–37 168, 169; No. 38 (formerly 33) 114n., 116, 149–50, 158, 167, 168, 169, Pl. 42; Nos. 39–44 (Britannia Hotel) 169; Nos. 45–47 168, 169; No. 48 166, 167, 168, Pl. 31d; Nos. 49–50 166, 168, Pl. 31d

Grosvenor Street 33–57, 58, 81, 84, 199, 222, Pls 8–15, 31d
-, Earle's Hotel 40; Hagen's Hotel 40; Lion and Goat (formerly Red Lion) p.h. 34, 35; Mount Coffee House (later Mount Hotel) 34, 56, 57, 316; Three Tuns tavern 34
-, No. 4 35; No. 5 33, 34, 35; Nos. 6–8 34, 35; No. 9 (dem.) 25, 34, 35; Nos. 9–14 35; No. 15 35–6; No. 16 25, 33, 34, 35, 36–8, 84, fig. 15, Pls 14d, 15e; No. 17 34, 38–9, Pl. 9a; No. 18 33, 35, 39, Pls 9a, 13a, 14b; Nos. 19–20 39, Pl. 9b; Nos. 21–22 34, 39–40, 84, Pls 8a, 9b; Nos. 23–25 34, 40, Pl. 8a; Nos. 26–28 34, 40, Pl. 9c; Nos. 29–31 40, 76; No. 32 40–1, 81, Pl. 9d; No. 33–34, 41–2, fig. 16, Pls 9d, 13b; No. 34 34, 42–3, fig. 17, Pl. 9d; Nos. 35–36 43–4; Nos. 37–40 (dem.) 33, 44, Pl. 8b; Nos. 38–41167, Pl. 32b; No. 43 44–5, 80, Pls 10d, 11c; No. 44 (dem.) 45, 47, Pl. 10a; Nos. 45–46 (dem.) 34, 45, 47, 80, Pl. 10a; No. 4634, 35, 45 7, fig. 18, Pls 10b, 12; No. 47 47, Pl. 10a, b, c; No. 4833, 47, Pl. 10b, c; No. 49 47–8, 81; No. 50 33, 35, 48, 81; No. 51 33, 35, 48–9; No. 52 33, 34, 48, 49–50, 81, Pl. 13c; No. 53 33, 50, 325; No. 54 33, 34, 50; Nos. 55–57 74–5; No. 56 (dem.) 50, 73, No. 57 (dem.) 50–1; No. 58 33, 50–1; No. 59 33, 51–2, 59; No. 60 33, 52; No. 61 (dem.) 25, 52; Nos. 61–63 52; Nos. 64–65 35, 52; No. 66 33, 34, 35, 52–3, 229, Pls 11a, 14c, 15a; Nos. 67–68 53–4; No. 69 33, 54, 59, Pls 11b, 14a; No. 70 54–5, Pl. 13d; Nos. 71–72 35, 55; No. 73 (formerly 72) 35, 55, 59; No. 74 (formerly 73) 33, 34, 35, 55; No. 75 (formerly 74) 33, 34, 35, 55–6; No. 76 (formerly 75, dem.) 33, 35, 56, Pl. 15b, c; Nos. 76–78 35, 56; Nos. 77–78 (formerly 76–77, dem.) 34, 56; No. 79(formerly 78) 34, 56; No. 80 (formerly 79) 34, 35, 56; No. 81(formerly 80) 56–7

a Gruning, E. A. 35

Guards Club 23

Guards' stables 185, 186, 187, 198, 259, 330, 331

Guernsey, Lord (later 3rd Earl of Aylesford) 149, 158, 159; his w. 158

Guest: Amy (née Phipps) and Capt. Frederick Edward 268; Sir Josiah John, 1st Bt 128; Oscar 204

Guilford, Earls of: 1st (previously 3rd Baron and 7th Baron North) 112, 133, 164, 165, 166, 199; his w. 132, 133; 2nd (formerly Lord North) 114, 124, 166; his w. 166; 6th 21, 47; his w. 47

Guinness, Sir Arthur Edward, 2nd Bt (later Baron Ardilaun) and Sir Benjamin Lee, 1st Bt 283

Gull, Sir William, 1st Bt 15

Gumley, Col. 154

a Gunton and Gunton 67

Guthrie, David Charles 342

a Guthrie, L. Rome 271, 272, 274, 282, see also Wimperis, Simpson and Guthrie

Gwynn: John 112, 115; Morgan 64

Gwynne-Holford, James Price William 149

c Haber (of Paris) 279

a Habershon, G. 203

Habershon, Samuel C. and Samuel H. 14

a Habershon, W. G. 13

b Hackforth, Matthew 55

Hadden, Rev. R. H. 111

Hagen's Hotel 40

Haggerston, Sir Carnaby, 5th Bt 207

c Haig and Chippendale (firm of Chippendale) 130, 146

Hailstone, Prof. John 241, 243

a Haines, S. M. 50

Hakewill, — 148

a Hakewill, Henry 11

a Hakewill, James 11, 18, 101–2

Haldimand, William 44, 235

Hale, Mrs 231, 232

Hale (later Rigby), Francis and w. 226

b Hale, John 302

b Hale, William 222, 231, 232, 270

Hales: Lady (w. of 3rd Bt) 17; Lady (w. of 4th Bt) 17; Sir Philip, 5th Bt 17, 23

b Hales, William 164n.

Halifax: 2nd Earl of 24, 161, 311, 315; Maj.-gen. Sir Charles Montague and w. 123

Halkett, Baron Hugh 232

c Hall, Abraham, 142n.

b Hall, Beddall and Co. 182

Hall, Benjamin 204

Hall, Marshall 44

a Hall, Stanley 29, 303

Hallé, Charles 61

b Halsey, Richard 118n.

Hambro: Sir Eric 195, 238; Ronald Olaf 216, 228

Hamilton: 5th Duke of 39, 48; his w. (formerly Elizabeth Strangeways) 39; 6th Duke 48; Marquess of (later 2nd Duke of Abercorn) 110, 193, 216, 257; his w. 188; Marquess of (later 3rd Duke of Abercorn) 188, 193

Hamilton, Mrs Dorothy 262

Hamilton, Edward W. T. 212

a Hamilton, Hector O. 334

Hamilton, Lt-gen. Sir Robert, 6th Bt (d. 1786) and w. 35

Hamilton, Sir Robert N. C., 6th Bt (d. 1887) 256

b Hamilton, William 121n.

Hamilton, Sir William and Lady 119

a Hamilton and Green 334

Hamilton Palace 104

Hamilton Place 265, 266, 288

Hamilton-Dalrymple, Sir Hew, 4th Bt 232

Hammerson Estates Ltd 203, 280, 282, 283

Hammet, John 284

Hammond, Leonard 182

a Hammond, R. G. 20, 52, 54, 59, 85, 110, 140, 145, 147, 198, 208, 219, 236

Hammond and Co. 182, 196

Hammond, Sir Andrew Snape, 1st Bt 35

a Hamp, Stanley (Collcutt and Hamp) 55, 59, 142

Hampden: Robert (later 4th Baron Trevor and 1st Viscount Hampden) 191, 193; Thomas (2nd Viscount) 191, 193, 197; his w. 191

Hampden House see Green Street, No. 61

Hampstead, Congregational church 88

Hanbury: Arthur 53; Robert 226

Hanbury-Williams, Sir Charles and w. 206

b Hancock, Jacob 194n.

cHancock, Rixon and Co. 278

Handasyde, Lt-gen. Roger 15, 114, 149

Handel, G. F. 218

Hand-in-Hand fire office 227

Hankey, Thomson 307

c Hanks, Herbert 329

Hanmer: Lady Harriet 200; Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt 238; Sir Thomas, 4th Bt 49, 50; Sir Walden, 1st Bt 238; Col. William and w. 237, 238

Hanover Branch (later St Anselm's) Schools 77, 79–80, 83, Pl. 24a, b

Hanover Chapel, Regent Street 76–7, 83, 105, 106

Hanover Flats (formerly Buildings) 93, 96–8, Pl. 24b

Hanover Mission 93

Hanover Square 112n.

Hanoverian Minister 149

Hans Town 172

Harberton, 2nd and 3rd Viscounts 213

Harbord, Edward (later 3rd Baron Suffield) 4

Harborough, Countess of (w. of 3rd Earl) 282–3

Harcourt: Edward (Archbishop of York) 159; Mary Ethel (w. of 1st Viscount of 2nd cr.) 31–2; Simon (2nd Viscount of 1st cr. and later 1st Earl) 155, 158

cHardiman, A. F. 323

a Hardwick, Mr (? P. C.) 30

a Hardwick, P. C. 30, 175

Hardwicke, 1st Earl of 146

Hardy, Sir Reginald, 2nd Bt 146, 340

Hare, Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt 283

Hare-Clarges, Lt-gen. Sir Richard Goddard 339

Harewood: Dow. Countess of (w. of 3rd Earl) 217; 4th Earl of 47; 6th Earl and w. (Princess Royal) 188

Hargrove, Gen. William 39

Harman, Sir James 294

Harmet-Dunn, Sir James, 1st Bt 195

Harpur: Lady Frances (w. of 6th Bt) 232, 257; Sir Henry, 5th Bt and w. 232; Sir Henry, 6th Bt 213, 232, 257

Harrington, 2nd Earl of 294

Harris, 3rd Baron 126

a Harris, Mr 231

a Harris, E. Vincent 161, 161n., 322

Harris, Frank 277

Harris, Frederick Leverton 55, 188

b Harris, Jason 5

b Harris, John 194n.

a Harris, L. Youngman 35

Harris, Roger 112n.

a Harris, Thomas ('Victorian') 291, 302, 303

b Harris, William 151

b Harris and Wardrop 53, 154

a Harrison, Henry 39, 49, 76, 119, 154, 191, 193, 200, 204, 225, 236, 251, 262, 288

Harrison: Capt. J. F. 145

Harrison, John 276

Harrod, William 336

Harrods 26, 122

Harrowby: 1st Baron 256, 342; 2nd Baron (later 1st Earl of) 156, 158; 2nd Earl 118, 158; 3rd Earl 116, 116n., 158; his w. 158; 5th Earl 156

Hart Street (now part of Brown Hart Gardens q.v.) 86, 91, 94

Hartington, Marquess of (later 3rd Duke of Devonshire) 24

Hartland, 2nd Baron 187; his w. 218

Harvey, Lionel Felten 51

Haskin-Eyles-Styles, Sir Francis, 3rd Bt 210

Haslemere Estates Ltd 42, 212

Hastings: Col. 174; 16th Baron 49; 4th Marquess of 151; Sir Patrick 188; Rear-adm. Sir Thomas 296; Warren 253, 287

Hatfield, G. F. 156, 314, see also Boodle Hatfield and Co.

Hatry, Clarence Charles 221

Hatzfeldt: Prince Francis 41; Princess 34, 41, 42

Hauduroy, Mark Antony 100

Haversham: Baron (Sir Arthur Divett Hayter, d. 1917) 56, 125; his w. 125; 2nd Baron (fl. 1730–4) 52

Hawke, 3rd Baron 270

Hawkins, Caesar 40

Hawley, Lt-gen. Henry 280

Hay, Maj.-gen. Lord Charles 47, 56

Hayes, Lord Charles 47

aHayes, F. A.

b Haynes and Co. 54

Hayter, Sir Arthur Divett, 2nd Bt (later Baron Haversham) 56, 125; his w. 125

a Hayward, Charles Forster 2, 16

c Hayward, Richard 120n.

b Haywood Brothers 297, 341, 342

b Hazell, W., and Sons 216

Head: Lady 219; Sir Francis, 4th Bt 204; Sir Thomas, Bt 257

b Head, William 23, 148, 149

b Head and Thurlow 295

Headley, 1st Baron, his w., and 2nd Baron 24

a Heal, Victor 147

Hearne, Thomas 148n.

Heath, Cuthbert 256

Heathcoat-Amory, Sir John Heathcoat, 1st Bt 18

Heathcote: Sir Gilbert, 3rd Bt 146; his w. 146, 219; Sir Gilbert, 4th Bt 146, 219

b Heathfield, James 17

c Heaton, Aldam, and Co. 327

c Heaton, Butler and Bayne 60, 180

Heberden, Dr William, the younger 200

a Helsdon, Horace J. 59, 85, 92, 231

Hely-Hutchinson: Col. George 54; Col. Henry 200

c Hems, Harry 297

a Henderson, A. E. 89

Henley, Roger 64

Hennessy, George Richard James (later Bt and 1st Baron Windlesham) 208

Henniker, Barons: 2nd 141, 220–1; 3rd 141

Henningham and Hollis 329

Henrietta Place, St Marylebone 159

Henrietta Street, Covent Garden 54

Herbert: Lady Anne 232; Charles and w. 207; Lady Mary 232; Nicholas 217; Robert Charles 233; Maj.-gen. William 207

Hereford, Bishop of (James Beauclerk) 342

Hereford Gardens (formerly Street) 171, 173–6, 178, 182, 195, 196, 285, 287, 288, 289, figs 43, 65 (pp. 175, 286), Pls 45a, 48e, 69d, 75b

Hereford Gardens Mews 175, Pl. 48e

Hereford House: former building (Park Street) 175; present building (Oxford Street) 173, 178, 182–4, 251, Pl. 47c

Hereford Street see Hereford Gardens

Heron, Sir Richard, 1st Bt and w. 118

Hertford: Earl of (later 7th Duke of Somerset) 55; his w. 55, 159; 1st Earl (later 1st Marquess) 36, 38; 2nd Marquess 36, 38, 118

Hertford Arms p.h., Park Street 255

Hertford Street, No. 10 143

Hervey, Baron 39, 42

Hesilrige, Sir Thomas Maynard, 10th Bt and w. 208

Hesketh, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt 44; his w. 283

Hewell Grange, Worcestershire 325

Heywood-Lonsdale, Arthur P. and Capt. Henry 144

Higgens, Charles 3

b Higgins, Bryan 5; his patent cement 5, 151

Higginson, Gen. Sir George W. A. 283

b Higgs, F. and H. F. 28, 105, 111

b Higgs, Joshua, sen. 69, 75, 83; jun. 69, 75

b Higgs, William 69

b Higgs and Co. 149, 307

b Higgs and Cullingford 139n., 154

b Higgs and Hill 63, 69, 81, 118, 183, 196, 254, 257–8, 285, 334, 334n.

High Legh, Cheshire 18

a Hildebrand and Glicker 276

b Hill, A. C. F. 205, 216, 258, 341

Hill, Arthur 228, 231

b Hill, George 99

Hill: John (coachmaker) 337; John (M.P.) 307

b Hill, John C. 109

b Hill, Joseph 118

a Hill, Oliver 54–5, 274

Hill, Philip E. 11, 13

Hill Street 291, 292, 340–2, 344
-, No. 40 (formerly 20A) 340, 341, 341n., 342, Pl. 95c, e; Nos. 40A– 40B 341n., 341–2, Pl. 95c; Nos. 42–44 (formerly 20B) 341n., 342, 344, Pl. 95e

a Hillier, Parker, May and Rowden 35, 56

Hillingdon, Barons: 1st 126, 288, 289; 2nd 288, 289; 3rd 50

Hillsborough: Earl of (later 4th Marquess of Downshire) 236; Lady (w. of 1st Viscount) 35

b Hillyard, Francis 64

Himley Hall, Staffordshire 278

Hinchcliffe, Joseph 83

b Hinchliff, John and William 174, 174n.

a Hine, George Thomas 29

Hinton Ampner House, Hampshire 144n.

Hippisley, Sir John Coxe, 1st Bt 39, 45

b Hipsley, Thomas 113n.

c Hitchenor, E. 91

Hoadly, Benjamin (Bishop of Salisbury later of Winchester) 33, 44, 45, 80

Hoare, Sir Henry, 5th Bt 3

b Hodges, W. D., and Co. 51

Hodgson: Sir Harold Graham 220; Kirkman David 30; Richard 205; Very Rev. Robert 36

a Hoffmann, Paul 66, 109

Hogg: Sir James Weir, 1st Bt 132, 233; Thomas 15

Hoghton, Sir Henry, 6th Bt 212

Holborn Town Hall 323

a Holden, Charles 178

Holderness, 4th Earl of 236

Holford: Lt-col. James Price Gwynne and w. 149; R. S. 248, 266; his da. 266

c Holiday, Henry 108

Holland: 2nd Baron and w. 210; 3rd Baron 339; Elizabeth, Lady (w. of 3rd Baron) 338, 339

b Holland, Henry (d. 1785) 72, 174

a Holland, Henry (d. 1806) 72, 146, 162, 174, 207, 313, 316, 319

Holland, Sir Henry, 1st Bt 15

Holland, King of (? William II) 25

b Holland and Hannen 48, 128, 130, 151, 198, 210, 217, 281

b Holland and Hannen and Cubitts 55, 314

Holland and Holland (coachbuilders) 182

Holland and Son (builders) 139n.

c Holland and Sons 151, 212, 249, 317, 318

c Holland and Taprell 151

Hollenden, 1st Baron 119

b Holliday and Greenwood 80, 189, 259

Hollins, Lady (w. of 1st Bt) 14

Hollis, Edwin 179

b Holloway Brothers 2, 3, 85, 141, 145, 146, 168, 182, 195, 303, 322, 323

b Holmes, — 120n.

b Holmes, Thomas 174n.

Holmesdale, Viscount (later Baron and 3rd Earl Amherst) 55, 210

b Holt, Walter (and Sons) 39, 77

Home: 8th Earl of 213; 11th Earl 123; 12th Earl 123, 213; Brig.-gen. Sir Archibald Fraser 195

Honywood, Sir John, 4th Bt 204, 225

Hood: Lady (w. of Rear-adm. Sir Horace) 205, 207; 4th Viscount 340; 6th Viscount 205, 207; Alexander (later 3rd Baron and 1st Viscount Bridport) and Lady Mary 48

c Hooydonk and Co. 49–50

Hope, Henry Philip 283

Hope-Morley, Claude 154

Hopetoun, 7th Earl of (later 1st Marquess of Linlithgow) 53

Hopkins, Benjamin Bond and w. 130

a Hopkins, E. A. J. 62

b Hopkins, William 120n., 226n.

a Hopper, Thomas 132, 142

a Horder, Percy Morley 2, 3

Horlick, Sir Ernest Burford, 2nd Bt 283

Horne, Sir James Allan 225

Horne Brothers 179

Horseshoe Yard 82

a Horsley, Gerald 207

Horton, Sir Watts, 2nd Bt 204

Hospitals: lying-in 86; military 109, 122, 195

Hotels and lodging houses 1, 23, 24–9, 34, 40, 55, 65, 68, 87, 109, 169, 182, 199, 273–4, 317, 318, 320, 323, 324, 331

Hotham: 3rd Baron 47; Lady (fl. 1889) 200; Lady (w. of 5th Bt) 285; Sir Charles, 6th Bt 206, 283; Lady Dorothy (w. of 8th Bt) 40

Houghton, 1st Baron 205

Hoult, Thomas 182

House prices: 1720–49 4, 36, 41, 42, 48, 49, 52, 99, 100, 101, 114, 119, 125, 127, 132, 136, 142, 145, 148, 154, 155, 160, 161, 164, 230, 239, 305, 311; 1750–99 99, 132, 137, 137n., 142, 146, 147, 155, 156, 159, 191, 202, 237, 239, 264, 278, 287, 338; 1800–49 66, 72, 102, 123, 131, 138, 147, 156, 159, 191, 204, 216, 220, 221, 224, 237, 240, 264, 276, 278, 288; 1850–99 116, 119, 126, 127, 128, 132, 133, 138, 140, 144, 145, 149, 150, 151, 154, 175, 339; 1900 onwards 53, 121, 130, 144, 145, 206, 217, 224, 228, 229, 268, 280, 310, 314, 322

House rents (rack rents): 18th cent. 100, 123, 124, 124n., 133, 155, 158, 159, 165, 230, 311, 338; 19th cent. 38, 62, 140, 147, 264, 288, 339; 20th cent. 270, 271

Housing and Local Government, Ministry of 125, 128, 158, 169

b How, John 231

b How, Thomas 318

Howard: Abraham 7; Bernard Edward (later 12th Duke of Norfolk) 16; Lt-gen. Sir Charles 206; Capt. D. S. P. (later 3rd Baron Strathcona and Mount Royal) 295, 296; Edward (9th Duke of Norfolk) 119, 121; Adm. Edward (later Baron Lanerton) 147; Francis (1st Earl of Effingham) 119; Field Marshal Sir George 140; Henrietta (Countess of Suffolk) 101, 128; Henry (of Corby Castle) 24

c Howard, Henry 174

Howard, Lord Henry-Thomas Howard Molyneux 47

a Howard, Souster and Partners 80

c Howard and Sons 41, 144

Howard de Walden: 4th Baron 17; Lady Lucy Joan (w. of 6th Baron) 236

Howarth, Rev. Henry 36

Howe: Baroness (Sophia Charlotte) 204; 1st Earl 204; 2nd Earl 3; 4th Earl 208

b Howell, E. C., and Son 91

Howse, Sir Henry 29

Hozier: Catherine 15; Sir Henry Montague 56; James Henry Cecil (later 2nd Baron Newlands) 149

Hubbard, Lady 231

b Huddle, Henry 47, 164

Hudson: Kossuth 323; Robert 17

b Hughes, — 120n.

Hughes: Lady (w. of Adm. Sir Edward) 216; Henry 187; Thomas 205, 257; William Lewis (later 1st Baron Dinorben) 314, 315, see also Ball-Hughes

a Hulbert, Maurice Charles 17, 187, 188, 196, 213, 219, 229, 263

Hull: Edward 269, 269n.; Maj.-gen. William and w. 283

Hulse: Edward 126; Sir Edward, 1st Bt 236; Sir Edward, 2nd Bt 236; Sir Edward Henry, 6th Bt 210; his w. 285

Humboldt, Baron Alexander von 25

Hume: Sir Gustavus, Bt 24; Dr Thomas 47

Humes, Sir August 24

b Humphrey and Cairns 72

Hunt: George 283; George Ward 187

b Hunt, John 164

a Hunt and Steward 141

Hunter, Gen. Sir Archibald and w. 226; John 88, 89

Huntingdon 331, 339

Huntingdon, Countess of (w. of 9th Earl) 282

b Huntingdon, — 164n.

Huntingfield, 1st Baron 152

Huntington, Clara (later Princess Hatzfeldt) 34, 41, 42

b Huntington, F. D., Ltd 179

Huntly, 11th Marquess of 142, 227, 235; his w. 142

Hunts Club 228

Hurd, Richard (Bishop of Worcester) 154

Hurton, Robert 126n.

b Huskisson, Sam 4n.

Huskisson, William 35

Hutcheson, Archibald 200

Hutt, Sir William 119

Hyde, Baron (later 1st Earl of Clarendon) 227

Hyde Park 240, 264–5

Hyde Park Gate Estates Ltd 266

Hyde Park Street 251

Hyndford, 3rd Earl of 191

a Hyslop, Geddes 335

a I'Anson, Edward, III 34, 35

b I'Anson, J. and C. (Messrs) 248, 281

Idare et Cie 230

Ilchester, 2nd Earl of 119

Illingworth, Baron and Lady (Margaret) 158

Immaculate Conception, Church of the, Farm Street 318, 319, 320, 327; Presbytery at No. 114 Mount Street 318, 320, 327–8, Pls 89c, 91c

Improved Industrial Dwellings Company (I.I.D.C.) 86, 94–8 passim

Inchcape, 2nd Earl of 259

Inchiquin: 14th Baron 175; 4th Earl of 141, 148

b Ingle, Wright 39, 86, 102, 126, 148, 154, 204, 290, 303, 318, 330, 331

Ingman, John 185n.

Ingoldsby, Brig.-gen. Richard 54

Ingram, Col. Charles 307

c Inison, Byron 28

Innes, James 337

Innes-Ker, Lord Alastair Robert 225

Institution for the Employment, Relief and Religious Instruction of the Adult Deaf and Dumb 179

Interior decoration, fittings and furnishings to c. 1830 35, 36, 38, 39, 49, 53, 100, 118, 120, 122–3, 125 6, 130, 131, 132 3, 138, 142, 143, 145, 146, 149, 150, 151, 155–6, 159, 165–6, 227, 236, 239–40, 241, 242, 269, 292, 294, 295, 313

Inverchapel, Baron 50

Inverclyde: 4th Baron 259; Lady Mary (w. of 2nd Baron) 226

Invernairn, Baron 230

a Ionides, Basil 28

Irby: Lady (w. of Sir Edward, 1st Bt) 47; Sir William, 2nd Bt (later 1st Baron Boston) 47, 48

Irnham, Baron 315

Ironside, Col. Gilbert and Mrs 210

Irvine (Irwin), 6th Viscount 227

a Isaacs, Lewis H., and Florence, H. L. 323

Isaacs, Rufus (later 1st Marquess of Reading) 276, 277

Isaacson, F. Wooton 229

c Isherwood and Co. 243n., see also Bromwich, Isherwood and Bradley

c Ison, Thomas 342

Italy: Ambassador 121; Embassy or Legation 40, 48, 82, 116, 121, 139

b Ives: Edmund 123n.; Francis 336

Ivison, John 317

Izzard, James 218

b Jackling, William 29

Jackson, Sir George, 1st Bt 227

b Jackson, George, and Sons 123, 137, 188, 249

cJackson, Gordon, and Lambert 35

Jackson, John (Bishop of London) 59

b Jackson, William 226n.

b Jackson and Graham 276

Jacob, Sir Hildebrand, 4th Bt 284

b Jagger, James 194n.

James, Edwin John 66

b James, John 55

James Street see Gilbert Street

c Jansen et Cie 235

Japanese Embassy 47, 116, 127

b Jeakes, William 138, 140

a Jearrad, Charles 173, 219, 302

b Jearrad, David 130n., 142

a Jearrad, Robert William: sen. 173, 219; jun. 109, 173, 219

a Jeckyll, Thomas

a Jeeves, S. Gordon 75, 168, 274

b Jeffryes, 4n.

Jekyll, Lady Anne 212

b Jelfe, — 120n.

a Jell, G. Thrale, 177, 179, 285

a Jenkins, Aubrey 93

a Jenkins, John 68, 69, 159

Jenkinson, Charles Cecil Cope (later 3rd Earl of Liverpool) 236

c Jenks, Mary 117n.

Jennens, Anne 114

b Jenner, James 233

b Jenner, John 36, 80, 113n., 161, 164; his w. 80, 164

Jenner, Sir William, 1st Bt 29

Jennings: Richard 191; Susannah 291

Jenyns: Anne 114; Soame 146

Jermyn Street (lying-in hospital) 86

Jerningham: Lady (w. of 5th Bt) 149; Edward 187; Edward Stafford 292

Jersey, Earls of: 3rd 149, 233; 4th 149

Jessel, Herbert (later 1st Baron) 340

Jesuits (Farm Street) 318, 320, 327, 328

c Jetley, G. 303

c Joel, Betty 29, 280

Joel: D. J. B. 15; Jack Barnato 148; Nellie, 206; Solly 206; Woolf 204, 218; his w. 201, 218

John (now part of Bourdon) Street 58, 59, 65

Johnson, Benjamin 203

Johnson, James (Bishop of Worcester) 210, 212

a Johnson, John (fl. 1776) 149, 150, 150n.

a Johnson, John (fl. 1875) 119

a Johnson, John (fl. 1903–7) 54, 59

b Johnson, Robert 106, 269n.

Johnson, Samuel 118

b Johnson and Brice 243n.

Johnston, Lt-gen. James 294

Johnstone: John 313; Sir John, 2nd Bt 146

Joicey, James Arthur (later 2nd Baron) 284

b Jonathan, David 221

b Jones, — (bricklayer) 164n.

c Jones, — (upholsterer) 160

b Jones, El. 243n.

Jones, Henry Bence 40

Jones, Inigo 133

Jones, Maj.-gen. Inigo Richmund 294

b Jones, John 243n.

Jones, Lawrence 218

c Jones, Owen 38

Jones, Lt-gen. Sir Richard 213

Jones, William 58

Jones and Clerk 246n.

Jones Street 58, 64, 65

cJordan, Abraham 132, 300, 302

Jordan, John 243n.

a Joseph, C. S. and E. M. (Messrs) 39, 183, 303, 324

a Joseph, Delissa 4, 65, 100

a Joseph and Pearson 318

Jowitt, Sir William (later Earl) and Lady 213

Jubilee Line 178

a Judge, Mark H. 204



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