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17 (20) Water Street

History of 17 Water Street

Listed Building

House. Early C18. Timber framed with brick skin. Plaintile roof 2 storeys; 2-window range. Facade clad with late C18 gault brick and entered via a central late C20 door behind trellis porch. One C19 8/8 horned sash either side to each floor. Gabled roof hipped to east. West gable of early C18 red brick with attic-level platband and internal gable-end stack. INTERIOR. Early C18 timber frame intact.

1881:

Reuben Salisbury

1891:

Reuben Salisbury

1901:

Reuben Salisbury

1913:

Reuben Salisbury

…………

1939:

George J Salisbury, b 1886, bricklayer

Maud D, b 1887

Betty,  shop assistant

Reuben, b 1925

………….

1962:

Salisbury

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