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Parker's Terrace (MoC73/75)

Parker’s Terrace, East Road

History of Parker's Terrace East Road

1913:

  1. William Asby, labourer
  2. Edward Porter,
  3. George Chapman, labourer
  4. John Burrell, labourer
  5. Walter Wood
  6. W S Howcroft
  7. Mrs Odell
  8. Mrs [Martha] Hempstead
  9. Alfred John Wolfe
  10. A Barnes

Martha Hempstead was rebuked in May 1916 for making a fire that could have served as a guide for aircraft. She said she had been burning a straw mattress because the dustmen had refused to take it away.

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