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33 Belgrave Road, Pimlico, London SW (on the corner of Denbigh Street and Churton Street): his Commission to Emerald was sent to this address in July 1860 (note: in 1888 many London streets were renumbered by the Post Office, and this may not be the correct building).

Belgrave Road


8 Cumberland Street, Pimlico, London SW: his Warrant to Haulbowline Hospital was sent to this address in October 1865 (note: in 1888 many London streets were renumbered by the Post Office, and this may not be the correct building).

Cumberland Street Cumberland Street


8 Colleton Crescent, Exeter. Census data indicate that William Loney was the householder here in 1861 and 1871. He still owned the house at least until 1894, but it was only occupied by two servants at the 1881 census; the Loneys were then at Moretonhampstead. The reply to his unsuccesful application for a position as Honorary Surgeon to the Queen was sent to this address in October 1879.

Colleton Crescent

Colleton Crescent is perhaps the finest group of late Georgian buildings in Exeter; it was begun by Matthew Nosworthy in 1802.


Leign, Moretonhampstead. Census data indicate that William Loney was the householder here in 1881. An 1895 Poor Law rate demand shows that the rateable value of the "house, land and coppice wood" was £107-17-6d

Leign
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