Denmark Hill

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Denmark Hill is in Camberwell, in the London Borough of Southwark and is a sub-section of the western flank of the Norwood Ridge, centred on the long, curved Ruskin Park slope of the ridge.wikipedia
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International Society for Affective Disorders

It is headquartered in the London Borough of Southwark, at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN, previously known as the Institute of Psychiatry) at King's College Hospital in Denmark Hill, on the A215 close to the boundary with the London Borough of Lambeth.

Loughborough Junction

The neighbouring areas of London are Brixton, Camberwell, Denmark Hill, Herne Hill, North Dulwich and Stockwell.

Thomas Bristowe

Thomas Lynn Bristowe
They lived at Dulwich Hill House, Denmark Hill, Surrey.

George Druce (cricketer)

George Druce
He died at Denmark Hill, Surrey on 15 April 1869 when he fell from his horse.

John Gilbert (alderman)

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Gilbert never married and he died at his home in Denmark Hill on 21 December 1934.

Herne Hill railway station

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Network Rail made this recommendation because more services will be using the route between St Pancras and London Bridge from 2018; sending trains from Herne Hill to the terminating platforms on the western side of Blackfriars (instead of the through tracks on the eastern side of the station) would have removed the need for them to cross in front of trains to/from Denmark Hill and trains to/from London Bridge at junctions south of Blackfriars.

William Young (Royal Navy officer, born 1761)

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Young died at Denmark Hill, Camberwell, Surrey on 11 February 1847, after spending 70 years in the navy.

William Booth

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The William Booth Memorial Training College in Denmark Hill, London, the College for Officer Training of The Salvation Army in the United Kingdom, is named after him, as is the William Booth Primary School in his native Nottingham and William Booth Lane in central Birmingham.

Edmund Andros

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He divided his time between Guernsey and London, where he had a house in Denmark Hill.

William Brodie Gurney

Gurney died at Denmark Hill on 25 March 1855, and was buried in the family vault at West Norwood Cemetery.

Dave Shannon

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On 8 April 1993, shortly before a planned fiftieth anniversary reunion of surviving Dambusters, Shannon died at Denmark Hill, London, following a stroke, and was buried beside Ann at Clifton Hampden, Oxfordshire.

Maria Francesca Rossetti

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She was a friend of John Ruskin, having visited his home at Denmark Hill, and at 28 she developed romantic feelings for him after his marriage was annulled.

Charles Stanford (minister)

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He died at 26 De Crespigny Park, Denmark Hill, on 18 March 1886, and was buried at West Norwood Cemetery on 24 March.

Geography of London

London's geography
West of the valley of the Ravensbourne, this ridge continues as Telegraph Hill, Nunhead and Honor Oak, towards Denmark Hill.

St Mary's Hospital, London

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The other three are: King's College Hospital in Denmark Hill, The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, and St George's Hospital in Tooting.

Charles Clarke (Liberal politician)

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Early in 1908 Clarke became ill, and died of pneumonia at his home at Champion Hill in March, aged 68.