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Castle Park (Gloucester Street)

History of Castle Park

Castle Park has replaced Gloucester Street and nothing of the original street now remains.



James Gould, 71, old aged pensioner, b Essex

Eliza, 68, b Essex

[In 1901 the couple had been at the True Blue Inn Sidney Street]


1913: Gloucester Street


2: Frederick Gawthrop

4: Mrs Clifton

6: Mrs Taylor


1: William A Rayner

2: Mrs Coote


8: H Fairclough



1: George Taylor, labourer

2: Mrs Evans

3: Joseph Pask

4: Mrs Endersby

5: Mrs Livermore

6: James Wilson

7: John Munsey

8: Henry Howlett

9: Mrs Payne

10: George Bassett

11: William Ashby

12: Walter Butler

13: Joseph Taylor

14: Walter Daysley

15: Harry Smith

16: Samuel James Gawthrop

17: Charles Asplin

18: Josiah Munns

19: William Crook

20: Joseph Summerlin

21: George Cowell

22: John Adams



1: Frederick Wilson

2: Mrs Saunders

3: William Sutton

4: Mrs Langley

5: James Wolfe


10: John Taylor

12: Mrs Smith



1: Charles Barrett, labourer

2: Elias Brand, labourer

3: Mrs Flack

4: Robert Clifton, bricklayer

5: Mrs Savage

6: Charles Barrett



7: Harry Hall, paperhanger

8: Charles Crook

9: Herbert Chapman

10: Alfred Newman

11: George Clark

12: Henry Day


14: S Mayes

16: Robert Allensby

18: James Mace

20: George Tytes, cabman

22: George Wright

24: Mrs M Doggett, coal and coke merchant

Bell, William and Son, builders’ yard



29: Arthur Warrington

27: Alfred Free

25: H Borlace Lobb

23: Willian H Wallis, tailor

21: Harry Levitt, baker

19: Harry Brand

17: John Norris

15: Samuel J Mortlock

13: William Fisher



11: Stephen Hall

9: Mrs Mary Langram

7: John Chadburn

5: Mrs Jarvis

3: Mrs Gedge

1: Charles Carter


1939: Electoral Roll

10. Rosaline Wilson


1944: UK Roll of Honour

Reginald Albert Wilson: Corporal 5771770, 1st Battalion, Royal Norfolk Regiment. Died 6th August 1944. Aged 29 [Listed as 21 on CWGC]. Son of Rosaline Wilson of Cambridge and husband of Gertrude Wilson of Byfleet Surrey. Buried in TILLY-SUR-SEULLES WAR CEMETERY, Calvados, France. Plot IX. Row D. Grave 5.




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