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24 (2) Shelly Row

History of 24 Shelley Row

The Edward Storey Foundation built these houses in 1844. Nos 17 to 25 (9 -1) Mount Pleasant were built for Clergy Widows. Those on the west side of Shelly Row were for poor women from the parishes of Holy Trinity and St Giles.

1901 vacant

1913 (2)

Mrs Hall

1962 (2)

Miss E E Jolley


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