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Albert Street / Young Street OS 1901

1 – 31 Young Street / Albert Street

History of 1-31 Young Street

This stretch of housing had been demolished by the end of the 20th century. Unlike the south of the street, the numbering after 1901 seems to have remained the same.

Albert / Young Street numbering schemes (overlaid on 1901 OS map)


(1) Charles Beard, 67, labourer

(3) Edward G Robert, 42, general labourer

(5) Mrs M Cann, widow, 81

(7) Joseph Johnson, 42, labourer

(9) Ann Bavister, 56, charwoman

Symond, 33, carter

Albert, 25, carter

William, 20, carter

Herbert, 11

In 1911 Ann and Herbert were at 64 New Street

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

(11) Charles Free, 42, sanitary labourer

(13) William Badwell, 37, general worker

(15) Benjamin R Harben, 29, greengrocer

(17) William Whitby, 43, building labourer

(19) Fred Holmer, 42, labourer

(21) Eliza Munsey, 65, widow

(23) Hannah Eagle, 62, widow

(25) William Loates, 75, labourer


5. James Cann

7. Charles Thurlbourn

9. Charles James Matthews, labourer

11. Tobias Barrett, labourer

13. Percy Anderson

15. Alfred Swann, labourer

17. Charles Arnold, college servant

19 – 21. Benjamin Harben, greengrocer

Three houses condemned

29. Frederick Galley, hawker

31. Thomas Atkins, hawker


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