Prince’s Skating Club was an icerink in the Knightsbridge area of London. It was the second largest rectangular skating rink in the United Kingdom and was used in 1908 for hosting the figure skating events in the Olympics.
 William Thomas Cave was born in Croydon in 1882, and was educated at Tonbridge School, before matriculating to Caius College, Cambridge. He entered the legal profession, and was admitted to The Bar in 1907. He joined the business of E. F. Turner & Sons, of 115 Leadenhall Street in London.
 “St Andrew’s Hospital for Mental Diseases at Northampton for the Upper and Middle Classes” – description in 1908 from Annual Report of the Committee of Management.