John Milton CB, served in the Crimea as purveyor-in-chief of the army, secretary to Commins on recruiting and Lord Hotham's committee on Indian army amalgamation. Later Accountant General of army at HQ.
Sir John Milton, resident of 4 Bladon Terrace died On This Day 29 November 1880 and is buried at Brompton Cemetery
Picture from Lambeth Archives shows Streatham High Road looking north towards Streatham Congregational Church, seen in the centre left of the picture, also showing Bladon Terrace in the left foreground (between Barrow and Lewin Road), before it suffered extensive damage in World War II from a flying bomb. The corner site is now marked by a prominent advertising hoarding. Facing opposite is the garden of the United Service Club, formerly 'The Chimes', and the Streatham War Memorial