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ROADS AND STREETS  |  CASTLE STREET

OCCUPANTS OF CASTLE STREET, PLYMOUTH, IN 1873

Created:  07 August 2012 

South side (from the Barbican towards Lambhay Green and Castle Dyke Lane):

  • 1 - Bethel Chapel for Seamen and Soldiers;

  • 2 - NL;

  • 3 - NL;

  • 4 - Mary Shapcott, marine store dealer;

  • 5 - NL;

  • 6 - William Fortona, fishmonger;

  • 7 - William Foster;

  • 8 - John Stephens, boot maker;

  • 9 - NL;

  • 10 - Nicholas Harris, shopkeeper;

  • 11 - NL;

  • 12 - NL;

  • 13 - Mrs Jane Mitchell;

  • 14 - NL;

  • 15 - W R Deacon, shopkeeper.

North side (from Lambhay Green and Castle Dyke Lane towards the Barbican):

  • 16 - NL;

  • 17 - Samuel Goodman, shopkeeper;

  • 18 - NL;

  • 19 - James Smith;

  • 20 - The Sun Inn, Mary Hingston;

  • 21 - Elias Smith;

  • 22 - E Smith, shopkeeper;

  • 23 - E Martin, shopkeeper.

NL = Addresses not listed.  These were usually properties let on short-term tenancies and therefore not listed in street directories.


Source:

"The Three Towns' Directory for Plymouth, Devonport, and Stonehouse", E Thorne, Plymouth, 1873.

  Brian Moseley, Plymouth, UK

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