|1839||Tunbridge Wells||St Helena||Colbran's Tunbridge Wells|
|1840||History||St. Helena||Colbran's Tunbridge Wells|
On the common, are two very picturesque buildings, called Gibraltar and St. Helena, the latter, the residence of Wm. Stone, Esq., and the former, the property of Edmund Bennett, Esq. is used occasionally as a lodging-house.
|15th Oct 1860||St Helena Cottage & Rocks, Tunbridge Wells by Rock & Co., London||Private collection|
|3rd Apr 1881||Census||Phoebe Curtis, F, Head, single, age 28, born Churchover, Warwick; occupation: cook||Phoebe Curtis, cook||St Helena, The Common||1881 Census|
Tunbridge Wells, Kent
|3rd Apr 1881||Census||Mary A. Barratt, F, Servant, single, age 29, born Dodington, Kent, occupation: nurse||Mary A. Barratt|
|c 1900||St Helena, Tunbridge Wells||Private collection|