Catalogue description C COPUS & SON, UNDERTAKERS

This record is held by Lambeth Archives

Details of IV/46
Reference: IV/46

Order books, day books, cash books and a ledger

Date: 1842-1914
Held by: Lambeth Archives, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

C Corpus and Son, Undertakers, Clapham, Surrey

Physical description: 13 Files
Administrative / biographical background:

Cyrus Copus set up in business as a furniture maker in 1825, in premises next to the Greyhound, Kennington Park Road (now No 334). In 1865 he went as assisant to Thomas Vigers, undertaker, of 22 Clapham Park Road (a business started by William Easter) while his wife carried on the original, furniture business until her death. Vigers firm was taken over by Copus in 1895


Records of Thomas Vigers, funeral director, of Buckingham Palace Road, are in Westminster Archives Dept, Vigers was one of the two largest undertakers in London, and and at one time also owned 11 Upper Dorset Place, Clapham Road.

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