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Geldart Street date unknown (MoC 26/71)

Geldart Street

History of Geldart Street

All the original houses have now been replaced, as of the late 20th century.

Geldart Street, 1974 (MoC 59/75)

1913:

1 Frederick John Leader, college servant

2 John Everitt, labourer

3 William Lilley, labourer

4 Mrs Sarah Paton, charwoman

5 Frank Hollins, shop assistant

GARDENS

6 William Bull, labourer

7 Alfred Smith, labourer

8 George Tyle, carman

9 Arthur Finkle, labourer

10 T Oliver, cab driver

11 Mrs Creamer

12 William Summerfield, milkman and cab proprietor


1970:

4 Arthur C Barrett

5 Matthew Richardson

6 Mrs G E Fenton

7 Matthew Richardson

8 Margaret Patman

9 Barry Flitton

10 Roger D Iredale

11 Percy W Kelley

12 Derrick R Scarr

3 Geldart Street, Nov 1970 (MoC 26/71)

Geldart Street, 9.6.1974 (MoC 58/75) The last ‘old’ house left in Geldart Street. Soon to be demolished.

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