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Shelly Row (MoC140/72)

Shelly Row, west side

History of Shelly Row, west side

The actual historic address of this corner of Shelly Row and Albion Row is rather elusive. The west side of Shelly Row between Albion Row and Pound Hill is sometimes described as Pound Hill (West)

Shelly Row, probably west side

These buildings were probably on the west side, just to the north.

1913: Pound Hill (west side) from the north

14. Cow and Calf, James Hunt

Mason’s Court

  1. vacant
  2. Mrs Arnold
  3. Mrs Hobson
  4. Miss Norman
  5. Mrs Stearn
  6. Mrs Elsden
  7. Joseph Kempton
  8. John Howlett

Cow and Calf, Pound Hill / Shelly Row (MoC270.70)


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