Manbey Grove, Stratford, London
46 Manbey Grove
By the time of the 1891 Census, which was taken on 5 April, the resident of the property was widow and retired governess Charlotta Tuck (b. ~1825) who had rented out two of the rooms in the house to sisters Sarah and Elizabeth Wells, both of whom where working as dressmakers.
On this archive map from 1868, number 80 is shaded red, the back garden is shaded green and the front garden is shaded yellow.
The fields seen to the east of the house were built upon sometime around the 1880s and two of Joseph's children lived on Louise Road, which was built adjacent to Manbey Grove.
- 29 Louise Road, Stratford, London
- Maryland Point, Stratford, London (0.2 miles)
- 80 Windmill Lane, Stratford, London (0.2 miles)
- Stratford, London (0.4 miles)
- Ladywell Street, West Ham, London (0.8 miles)
- St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Leytonstone (1 mile)
- 517 Leytonstone High Road, Leytonstone, London (1 mile)
- 130 Salmon Lane, Limehouse, London (2.8 miles)
Notes & References
- The 1850 map of the area shows a large field bounded by Forest Lane, Water Lane, Romford Road and The Grove. By the time of the 1868 map, the field had been built on.
- The exact property was located by referencing a 1950s archive map which included the house numbers of the properties.