Alfred Robson Bowd is living at 188½ East Road at the time of his marriage to Lizzie Johnson. Alfred is 27 and a Stone Mason.
(186a) J Matthews, hairdresser
(186b) W H Beamiss, fried fish shop
(187) E C Atkinson, bicycle agent
(188) H Parkonson, basket maker
(188 1/2) Bennett and Blowers, decorators
(189) Harry Witt, The Alhambra
(190) P T Coulson, butcher and sausage maker
(192) James Kirkup, upholsterer
(186b) Cook’s Fish Bar
(187) Kenneth H Knights, hairdresser
(188) Miss F E Blake, fruiterer and greengrocer
(190) Claude Wetherall, butcher
(192) Miss D E King
Claude Wetherall was a wholesale poulterer and high class butcher. By 1974 the building was a store house.
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