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As London expanded in the 19th century, Clapham was absorbed into the capital, with most of the remaining palatial or agricultural estates replaced with terraced housing by the early 1900s.
Some later residents were members of the Clapham Sect of evangelical reformers, including Lord Teignmouth and Henry Thornton, the banker and abolitionist.
In 1911, Scottish evangelist and teacher Oswald Chambers (1874-1917) founded and was principal of the Bible Training College in Clapham Common, an "embarrassingly elegant" property situated at 45 North Side that had been purchased by the Pentecostal League of Prayer.
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Samuel Pepys, the diarist, died at Hewer's house in 1703.
The land was drained in the 1760s, and from the 1790s onwards fine houses were built around the common as fashionable dwellings for wealthy business people in what was then a village detached from metropolitan London.Half of the common is within the London Borough of Wandsworth and half within the London Borough of Lambeth.It is wholly managed and maintained by the London Borough of Lambeth, while the policing of the open space is divided between the Wandsworth and Lambeth borough "commands" of the Metropolitan Police, which follow the local government boundaries.Half of the park is within the London Borough of Wandsworth, and the other half is within the London Borough of Lambeth.Originally common land for the parishes of Battersea and Clapham, William Hewer was among the early Londoners to build adjacent to it.But modern dating is now a commercial enterprise and a powerful minefield for the dater.Online dating and social networking are the norm with the rise of dating websites and apps, like e-Harmony, Match.com, and of course Tinder.Clapham Common was the venue for one of the earliest known cricket events when a "series of ten-a-side matches" was held there on Monday, 1 April 1700.The participants were all "gentlemen" though "others" could attend as spectators.Originally common land for the parishes of Battersea and Clapham, it was converted to parkland under the terms of the Metropolitan Commons Act 1878.It is 220 acres (89 hectares) of green space, with three ponds and a Victorian bandstand.