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23 Ferry Path

History of 23 Ferry Path

The originally separate cellar beside the main cellar/basement at no 23  was once used for smoking and curing hams.


Emily Stanley, married, 48, laundress, b Chesterton

Frederick Charles, 22, journeyman tailor for master tailor and robemaker, b Chesterton

Horace Reginald, 18,  gas light inspector, b Chesterton

Sarah Florence, 16, shop assistant grocer, b Chesterton


Mrs Stanley


Frederick Charles Stanley: Serjeant 260086, 2nd/6th Battalion, Prince of Wales’s (North Staffordshire Regiment). Killed in action 21 March 1918.


Sarah F Stanley, b 1895, grocer shopkeeper

Emma J Wright, b 1867, private means


Simon Young



In 1982 the CWN reported that Simon Young and family had moved into the house when it had only a cold tap in the basement, no bathroom and an outside lavatory. The basement was turned into a hobbies workshop.


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