Posted by Barry Cram on June 11, 2018, 5:28 am, in reply to "4 Bridge St. & Holly St. Felling"
Hello Allan, |
I hope the following is of help to your family research:
"IN 1871 MY GG G/M LIVED IN A GROCERS SHOP AT 4 BRIDGE ST 60 YRS OLD. ALSO, WHERE WAS RAILWAY ROW, HEWORTH."
BRIDGE STREET & RAILWAY ROW, Heworth, Felling:
Allan, Railway Row is beside the bridge, highlighted by the red dot, below.
The 1871 Census shows the following sequence of streets:
Although I don’t have a map showing Bridge Street, the Census seems to place it just before the railway bridge (shown below by the blue arrow), for Brandling Place, Brandling Terrace and Carlisle Street are the next streets shown in the list, and are shown below on the other side of the bridge:
"IN 1881 SHE WAS IN HOUSEHOLD 248 ISH HOLLY ST, BOTH FELLING. ANY OLD MAP OF THE AREA PLEASE. THERE IS TODAY A HOLLY HILL IN FELLING A NAME CHANGE? HER NAME MARY WAGGITT / WAGGOT."
HOLLY STREET, Just Off Holly Hill, Felling:
"ALSO CATTERICK BUILDINGS BYKER. IN 1841"
Catterick Buildings was on Shields Road, Byker, and was the location of the Hope & Anchor Public House:
Hope & Anchor Public House, Catterick Buildings, Shields Road, Byker (not highlighted):