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SOUTH VALE DRIVE

 

Photo courtesy Mick Carver

 

Photo courtesy Mick Carver

 


South Vale Drive runs parallel with what used to be the railway line to Silverwood mine, the line running behind the houses on the right of the bottom photo above. Looking at the top photo at the bottom of the street on the left is a snickett [footpath ] that leads to Park Lane at the side of the old railway bridge.


 

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

 

1

Patrick Aylward 1926

13

Michael Dunkan [ Durkin?]? 1925
John Connell ? 1925

Pat Hennigan 1925

John Duffy 1927

17

C? Williams 1925
Robert Evans 1925

Henry Goodhead 1925

Harry Jakin?1927

23

George Barlow Hewitt 1927

35

Horace Smith 1927

 

2

Thomas Charles Boothby 1926

Herbert Short 1926

16

Herbert Thomkins 1927

22

B A Pearson ? 1927

30

Fred H Limb 1926

John William Limb 1926

32

David Russell Mcdougall 1926

Donald M Sewell? 1926

38

Albert Jowett 1927

Herbert Jowett 1927

Ernest W  Morgan 1928

 

UNKNOWN NUMBER

 

Mr. and Mrs. Brennan and sons Kevin, Terry, and Stephen pre 1970

Mr. and Mrs. Boden sons ?, Geoff, and Ken plus Granddad Harry Burton pre 1970

Mr. and Mrs. Page and daughter Lyn pre 1970

Councillor John Norburn, and wife with Daughter. pre 1970


 

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