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Charles Haller Street SW2 - who named after?

Discussion in 'Brixton' started by teddave, May 18, 2017.

  1. teddave

    teddave Well-Known Member

    Hi Urban

    Does anybody know who Charles Haller Street on the Cressingham Estate is named after - the web doesn't have a clue.

    Google Maps

    tks folks
    teddave
     
  2. bi0boy

    bi0boy Power User

    Charles Haller perhaps?
     
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  3. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    This is a tough one!
     
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  4. Winot

    Winot I wholeheartedley agree with your viewpoint

    Don't tell him Pike.
     
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  5. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    A Charles Haller wrote the melody to "Somewhere in dear England" in 1940.

    Catalog of Copyright Entries

    And, of course, David Charles Haller is the son of Professor X
     
  6. teddave

    teddave Well-Known Member

    Tks Ed

    Yes, between the nerdy comix chat and cunx estate agents its hard to get anything useful. I did clock what I took to be a musician and using the same internet as you most likely have I'm seeing a registration in NY for that tune. It's a weird one...

    Maybe another line of enquiry would be whose responsible for the naming of streets at Lambeth. Any takers for that one?
     
  7. teddave

    teddave Well-Known Member

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  8. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Hardly getting over it.

    It's not on Cressingham Gardens, it's on Brockwell Gate, a bit further down toward Brixton.
     
  9. teddave

    teddave Well-Known Member

    Ah! Yr double down right V Panda, weirdly, that changes everything as it happened in much more recent time (past fifteen years).

    Thank you.
     
  10. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    You may want to go to the London metropolitan archives and consult any street naming files they have, if Lambeth archives can't help
     
  11. teddave

    teddave Well-Known Member

    Tks Pickman - Lambeth archive suggest I visit them but its so recent it now seems like somebody would know hereabouts...
     
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  12. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    Might be in council minutes, maybe housing committee

    It may be they do have the answer but not the time to research it for you, why not ask again whether they can suggest any way for you to proceed?
     
  13. teddave

    teddave Well-Known Member

    Again tks Pickman... that it's most likely C21st decision suggest it's outside of my interest but I'd love to know who Mr Haller was? I shall take a walk up there tonight to see what Charles Haller Street looks like I've been corrected by V/Panda...
     

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