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Trinity Place, King Street

Trinity Place, White Hart Yard, King Street

History of Trinity Place, King Street

1828: White Hart Yard

Holy Trinity built a work house.


After rebuilding property used as the Trinity Infant School.



  1. Arthur William Saunder, GER labourer
  2. Mrs E C Mann
  3. Mrs Smoothy
  4. Mrs Brand
  6. Charles Bennett, clerk & sexton Holy Trinity Parish
  7. Benjamin Cornwell, labourer
  8. John Mitchley, ostler
  9. S Loader, labourer
  10. Stephen Williams, labourer
  11. Rober Ludman, ostler
  12. William Taylor, labourer
  13. Robert Crane, labourer
  14. Benjamin Cornwell, junior
  15. C Waldick, corporation labourer
  16. Mrs Powell
  17. Harry Knights, milk carrier
  18. James Thurlow, hotel porter
  19. Benjamin Lander, labourer
  20. Ellis Johnson, bricklayer
  21. John Amiss, carpenter
  22. Mrs Knights




12. Miss M Foulger

14. Mrs M Cooper

15. Mrs N Sparks

16. Joseph H Knights

17. Mrs E Carter

18. Mrs E Carter

19. Mrs Ludman

22. Arthur Amiss

23. Miss E E Knights


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