Road off of northern side of Upper Green East.
Occupants from the 1915 street directory:
from the Upper green
1, Miss A.A. Bigsby
3, William Gillingham
5, George Aldrich
7, Mrs. I. Reed
9, Thomas Stephen Circuit
11, Henry Thomas Rossiter
13, Alfred Jenner (Sunnyside)
2, Stanley Henly Schneider
4, Charles Jenner
6, Sidney Holland
8, William Brooks
10, Alfred Hudson Telfer
12, Henry Frank Wood
World War 1 Connections
Private Sidney Herbert Holland
In the 1911 commercial directory, Hermann John Schneider, is listed as turncock to the Metropolitan Water Board, at 2 Clarendon Grove, Upper Mitcham.
In 1938, in a report of the death of Mrs Schneider at the same address, Mr H.J. Schneider was said to have also been in the Mitcham Fire Brigade.
From the Norwood News – Friday 20th May 1938
DEATH OF MRS. SCHNEIDER
The funeral took place at Mitcham Old Graveyard on Friday of Mrs. Mary Grace Schneider, aged 81, wife of Mr. H. J. Schneider, of Clarendon-grove, Mitcham Fair Green.
She died at the home of her youngest son, Mr. C. F. Schneider, Girtongardens. Shirley.
The old lady, with her husband, was looking forward to calibrating their diamond wedding on November 14th next. Mr Schneider, who will be 84 next month, was a turncock for the Metropolitan Water Board in Tooting and Mitcham for many years.
He was also a member of Mitcham fire brigade for a long period.
Maps are reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland.
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