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DOUGLAS EATON  1917-2010 Douglas Eaton lived in Langham Mansions since the 1950s with his wife Betty and two daughters Mary and Caroline. Douglas was a Councillor for RBK&C between 1949 and 1982. He also held the post of Conservative Group whip in 1963. He served on the Earl’s Court Square Residents’ Association since its inception... Read more »
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RODNEY BRANGWYN:   The longest serving ECSRA Chairman I joined the committee in 1989 and took over from Marianne Dawood as chairman on 1st July 1990. I resigned on 30th June 2002, so exactly 12 years later and Richard Rollifson took over. During my time there were the usual perennial problems we tried to deal with... Read more »
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JO WARWICK : 1915 - 2011 Jo Warwick has been selected in the first group to be honoured by the ECSRA committee, as a person who tirelessly contributed and organized the membership manually for the Square for 25 years in her retirement. Jo and her daughter Jenny moved into the basement flat of number 16... Read more »
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SHEILA LLOYD-ELLIOT - Service to the local community. Sheila loved living in Earls Court Square. She moved with her Mother and aunt and cousin, Doreen, in 1962, to number 38, one of the Dutch houses. Sheila died in 2010 aged 92 - she was rather grand but never a snob – she had been brought... Read more »
Victor
Victor and family moved into Earl’s Court Square in 1967. Victor was an art dealer who volunteered to water the hanging baskets on the lamp posts which in 1981 were all around the Square. When the gardener left, Victor having closed his art gallery took over the work for the garden committee. He soon won... Read more »