Clovelly Blue Plaque - Sourced by Kathy Munro

Designed in 1912 by Baker and Fleming for Charles Eugene Nixon, an advocate from the Cape who had come to Johannesburg in 1895, but moved to Bulawayo where he answered Baden Powell’s call to join the Bechuanaland (now Botswana) Protectorate Frontier Force. He survived the Siege of Mafeking and served as press censor to the prisoner of war camps in India and Bermuda.

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7 Rockridge Road, Parktown

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