However, in those days, membership of such clubs was known to be confined exclusively to ' Gentlemen Amateurs', although it seems that some members didn't always behave like gentlemen.It so happened that at a banquet in "The King's Head", Roehampton, following a prestigious cross country challenge match between Thames Hare & Hounds and "All Comers" at Roehampton on October 28th 1871, Ernest Smith approached the 25 year-old Uppingham School alumnus, Charles Henry Larrette (b. 9/5/1913), who had run well in the race for the "All-Comers" that afternoon.
Undrajavaram Near Tanuku/West Godavari/Andhra Pradesh (Mullapudi clan)Kapileswarapuram East Godavari/Andhra Pradesh (Bulusu clan)Rangapuram Near Gudivada/Krishna district/Andhra Pradesh (Adusumalli clan)Nayakarpatti near Madurai/Tamilnadu (Pemmasani clan)Kuruvikulam Estate - Tamilnadu (Pemmasani clan)Seevalpatti Estate (Bellam clan)ilayarasanandal Estate (Ravella clan)Kamma population in Andhra Pradesh is nearly 4.8% of the toal population (i.e) around 40 lakhs.
It later moved to "The Rye House", and in July 1878 moved from the Peckham Rye area to become the Blackheath Harriers based at a former important staging post on the Dover Road, "The Green Man", 1 Dartmouth Row, Blackheath, SE10, which had been founded before 1629.
The mansion and the grounds (from 1965 called ' Belair' Park) were sited on the corner of Gallery Road, Dulwich, and Thurlow Park Road that forms part of what is now the A205 South Circular Road.
In those early days of organised athletics our members, though few in number, soon gained the soubriquet of the "Irrepressibles" due to their habit of winning 1st, 2nd or 3rd place prizes in almost every track & field open meeting in the 1870s.
Historically, Kammas have been one of the wealthy communities in Andhra Pradesh; in the recent past, their pace of increase in wealth only accelerated due to their success in business, farming, arts and movie industry, education, medicine, engineering, and high technology.
Kammas have a progressive social outlook and work hard at anything they take up.It was no surprise that he soon left the PAAC after disputes over either the habit of smoking in the Club's changing room or his questionable impartiality as their handicapper, or both.It seems that Ernest Smith was at the centre of these disputes, although whether he was a smoker or non-smoker is not clear.Finlay (a Shrewsbury School alumnus) started at 4pm.Our Club's fifth training run took place on February 27th, when 9 members ran the then longest ' CC Club training run' of about 29 miles on the special ' Thanksgiving' Tuesday Bank Holiday, to celebrate the recovery from typhoid of the then Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII). promoted its first 'open' track meeting on August 24th, 1872 in the vast 26 acre grounds of the then 47-room ' Belair' House, London SE21.Briefly prominent amongst PAAC's members was the dynamic Mr. Smith, who became their handicapper in October 1871.