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These are the houses which faced the wall surrounding Chesterton House

11 – 23 Chesterton High Street

History of 11-23 Chesterton High Street

Approximate position. This whole line of buildings, on the north side at the far western end of the High Street,  would have disappeared at the time Chesterton  High Street was re-engineered presumably at the time the approach to Elizabeth Way Bridge was built and the roundabout at the junction with Chesterton Road.

1913:

(11) Mrs Radford

(13) Charles A Moule, coal merchant

(15) William Mansfield, milkman

(17) Edward Stearn

(19) William Mansfield, junior factory hand

C.A.Moule’s Coal Yard

(21) Charles C Lawrence, dog fancier, The Green

(23) Mrs Green, charwoman

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