Streets of Hebburn ~ Rose Court and Rose Street…
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on July 8, 2018, 6:14 am
ROSE COURT: Hebburn Newtown. Vehicular access via Glen Street/Rose Street. |
Rose Court along with Cheshire Court, Dunhelm Court, Exeter Court, Kensington Court, Mayfair Court, Regent Court, Reyrolle Court, Thistle Court and Victoria Court demolished to make way for the Hebburn Hub which was completed late 2015.
Named after: Woody perennial flowering plant of the genus Rosa, in the family Rosaceae.
ROSE STREET: Hebburn Newtown. Vehicular access via Glen Street. Built in or before 1881.
In 1850, the north side of this street was arable land, named ‘High East Howdean’; occupied by Ann Glover; and the south side of this street was also arable land, and named ‘The Reigns’; occupied by Thomas and Robert Stothard. Both properties were leased from landowner Cuthbert Ellison.
Named after: The flower.
Maureen Gordon (nee Scott) 1911 pic of Coronation Party in Rose Street. Flo Dowling is circled and her sister Jane is in white dress standing on right. Charles Street
Another lovely photo from Brenda Graham taken outside their house 38 Rose Street.
Edward Aynsley & Evelyn Aynsley.
Pity photos had been taken showing more of the old streets. This is Brenda Grham’s mam Nellie Aynsley with her sister Joan Aynsley in Rose Street 1935.
Photographs courtesy of Norman Dunn: http://www.oldtyneside.co.uk/
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