Where did George Ruppersberg live?

[1862] It is believed that George came to London from the Kassel region of Germany sometime in the late 1850s. He married Eliza Johnson in 1862, and according to their marriage certificate they were both living in Saville Place, Lambeth, at the time.

George and his family lived in poor or less desirable parts of London, so he probably brought little or nothing with him from Germany.

[1863, 1864, 1868] Weller's 1868 Map of London shows John Street, Christ Church, running along the east side of Blackfriar's Bridge Station and Goods Depot. At that time the railway depot was on the south bank of the Thames.

[1871] The dwelling at 26 Luard Street was shared with two other families, and 14 people were living under the same roof.