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"WE'ERS THA' LIVE "?

EAST VALE DRIVE.

 

Photo courtesy Jonathan Dabs

 

I don't have a photo of East Vale Drive, so for now I will just use the above photo by Jonathan of Vale Road. East Vale Drive is the street on the left just in front of the blue car.

 

 

WHO LIVED WHERE

 

Please note that prior to the Second World War the actual tenant's of the houses below took in lodgers, from the list below unless stated the actual tenant is not certain in any given period.

 

ODD NUMBERS

EVEN NUMBERS

 

7

Bertram Meyres  1925

9

J R A Stanley 1928

13

John Henry Stead 1928

17

Edward Humpherson and family

Gwen, Monica, and Kenneth pre 1960

21

Thomas Charles Douglas 1927

29

William Hilton 1925

 

6

James Bester  1925

12

Ronald W Barlow  1928

28

Moses Aspinall    1925

Street Number Unknown

 

The Drabble Family Pre 1970

The Chesworth family who lived next door to the Drabbles. Pre 1970

The Doyle Family Pre 1970

Hartley Family Pre 1970

 

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