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Prospect House, Upper Gornal, 2015 photo CDM.
Prospect House, 78 Clarence Street, Upper Gornal - Upper Gornal Labour Club.
This was the residence of various dignitaries before it became the Upper Gornal Labour Club.
Miss Eagleton left Prospect House in 1850 and sold the contents at auction.
In 1851, Mrs Anne Bradley was occupier.
1855, Joseph Bradley, occupier.
Obituary, April 1860: "On the 20th inst., suddenly, at Prospect House, Gornall, aged 35, Joseph, second surviving son of the late Richard Bradley, of Tipton Hall, Tipton."
1864: Ann Bradley died (wife of Richard Bradley)
1865 Auction notice, Birmingham Daily Post, January 12.
1865: A sale took place at Prospect House of the effects of the late Mrs. Bradley.
1868: Alfred Jones, Surgeon
1876 -1879, Dr. Thomas Alfred Walker and wife Sarah and family lived here.
In 1896 - 1904, this was the residence of John Biggam, Medical Officer of Health for Sedgley UDC.
1911 Census: John Biggam, medical practitioner, aged 62 with family, another doctor from Scotland.
In 1902 - Charles Pinkerton Thomson, M.B., B.S. who graduated from Glasgow University in 1900, he joined the Royal Army Medical Corps. in 1905 and by 1916 had attained the rank of Major and was honoured by George V.< -- END OF CONTENT -->
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