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Number 7, Adam Street

Number 7 Adam Street

Number 7 Adam Street is located on the eastern side of the street, and was at the centre of the block, and with a view down John Street. The fa├žade of this house survives, albeit with a largely twentieth-century fabric behind.

The first resident of this house is not known, but in 1814-35 it was occupied by Alderman Christopher Smith, who was Lord Mayor of London in 1817-18. Then in 1859-63 it was home to Sir Culling Eardley Eardley, who campaigned for religious freedom across the world, and the house was then inherited by his son, Sir Eardley Gideon Culling Eardley.
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