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Avenues, Closes, Courts, Places, Roads and Streets
Buildings & Terraces, within streets
|Anglican||Baptist||Methodist||Plymouth||Roman Catholic||Salvation Army||United Reformed||All the others|
Public Houses and Breweries
Organisations - a new area of research
|Buffaloes||Choirs||Druids||Foresters||Freemasons||Good Shepherds||Good Templars|
Everything else, an ever expanding selection of research into various topics
|Air Raids||Amusements||Architects||Bakers||Barracks||British Civic Restaurants||Builders||Buses/Coaches||Butchers||Canals|
|Cap Makers||Characters||Charities||Cinemas||Circus||Coffee Taverns||Companies||Corners||Corsets||Creeks,Ponds etc|
|Dairies||Dance Schools||Estate Companies||Farms||Fields||Fortifications||Freemen||Furlongs||Governors||Graveyards|
|Music Halls||Newspapers||Odd Facts||Parks||People||Photographers||Piers||Prisons||Railways||Schools|
List of References
1 The numbers at the right of each line in the sections above refer to source material listed in references.
2 In the pubs sections the last lines of each generally shows the tie and the licensee.
1 1855, 1867 and 1905 trade directories - 2006.
2 House names from City Engineers plans - 2006
3 1828, 1911 and 1915 trade directory - 2007
4 1918, 1923 trade directories - 2009
5 1928, 1934, 1937, 1938 and 1940 trade directories - 2010
6 1892, 1894, 1896, 1897, 1899, 1901, 1902, 1905, 1917 trade directories and major update of some sections- 2013
7 Continuded major update slolwly working through in alphabetical order by file name, up to Schools, Streets and Terraces etc left to do
1 Dates of start and end of items is not necessarily precise as directories take time to add new and remove old entries
2 Some of the new sections are still under development as I decide how to best present the information
3 Do not panic if your street/house does not have recent date added, that only means I have not visited the street in recent years that is next stage to revisit.
This research was inspired by an earlier printed work in 1913 produced by Alexander Howell. He was a conveyancing solicitor and much of his research came from title deeds and the information contained within them. My research continues in this manner but using all sources available from original material such as he used to modern printed resources. I have attempted to maintain the accuracy of the information but may well have introduced errors in transposing the information. Should you wish to use the information then the original sources can be checked, in case of any transcription errors, except where the information is not referenced in which case I am the source.
Copyright remains with original sources, any use of this information should at least be credited to myself as collator of the information.
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