Thrybergh Ravenfield Dalton

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WE'ERS THA LIVE ?

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"WE'ERS THA' LIVE "?

PARK VALE DRIVE.

 

Photo courtesy of Mick Carver

 

I don't have an actual photo of Park Vale Dr. but the photo above taken of West Vale Grove shows Park Vale Dr running left to right on the photo.

 

 

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

 

9

Reginald Brack  1925

11

John Smith 1926

19

George Proctor  1928

Fred  Proctor 1928

21

G. Arrowsmith  1927

 

 

4

Lawrence McDermott  1925

12

J. Quinn 1927

18

George Whiteley   1925

20

Joseph Birkett 1928

22

John B Hardy  1925

 

Street Number Unknown

 

Wagstaff family Pre 1970

Thornton Family Pre 1970

 

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