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Albert Street / Young Street OS 1901

18-38 Young Street, (8-24 Albert Street)

History of 18-38 Young Street

This row of housing had been demolished by the end of the 20th century.

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

The 1901 OS map shows nos 18-34 in place, and then a gap before nos 40-50.

Nos 36 and 38, were built later, by 1913 , as were nos 52-78.

Nos 18-34 were in 1901 still numbered as 8-24 and the road was still Albert Street.



18. William Aylett, stoker

20. Robert Middleton, gas fitter

22. John Aylett, labourer

24. Harry S Arnold, labourer

26. Alfred Bavester, labourer

28. Thomas W Shaw

30. Mrs Hinson

32. Mrs Clements

34. George Westward, bricklayer

36. Mrs Westward

38. H Fordham, groom

Passage to St Matthew’s Church


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