In fact I was interested to find that many of those now living in London have links to Wales - there were a number of Dairies that had their roots in Welsh arable farmers who came to London (there were some operating near Ealing Common).
|Church or Chapel?|
This in the centre of Ealing is shown as a Welsh Presbyterian Church which is hidden away behind the house.
The denomination was a Calvanistic one.
|An old sign|
The Welsh have quite a history in London as you can see here.
|£91 75 - breaking my rule|
|Tring , Tring - watch out Crim's|
|The door of 72 is angled and within a sort of porch|