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1825 LIVERPOOL ~ Streets ~ No.28

 

It seems ages since I tramped around the Liverpool streets looking for relatives and who was 'hiding' behind those window drapes! I have recently been looking for some of my relatives in the Peak District of Staffordshire, but alas have not found any. But the weather was fine and dry so I took advantage of staying on a farm and went riding in the hills ~ what a difference from narrow streets, the bustle of the markets, the noise of the waterfront and the other things to which I have become so accustomed in the town. Having arrived home, I decided that with the weather remaining fine I would start early and make up for lost time............................

FALKLAND STREET (43 London Road)
 
1   F. Gouthwaite
1   George Gouthwaite
2   Mary Culshaw
3   John New
4   James Gibson
5   James Buckley
6   Ebenezer Danieli
7   Richard Sanders
8   John Bentejac
9   W. Haselden
10  Robert Hastie
11  Robert Lawn
18  Thomas Norris
19  Henry Williams
20  John Standish
21  Remmer & Long
 
FENWICK STREET and FENWICK STREET St. GEORGE'S
(6 Water Street)
 
1   Richard Golightly
2   John Miller
3   Edward Sutton
4   Heywood, Sons & Co.
5   John Jones
6   Prest & Kaye
6   Henry Hancock
7   James Tunstall
8   Edward Morgan
9   William Mercer
10  John Humphreys
12  H. G. Roberts
13  Richard Ellison
14  Robert Jones
 
15  see Blundell Court ~ I visited there months ago on Walk No. 5
 
16  George Blundell
17  Anthony Molyneux
17  William Sherlock
18  William Dry
19  William Catteral & Co.
20  Robert Jackson
20  Samuel Lowe
20  Hancox & Kershaw
20  John Penington
21  Crump & Waln
25  Ramsden & Booth
25  Joseph Brice
25  Ansdell and Serjeantson
 
FINCH STREET (35 Norton Street)
 
1   Miss D. Mills
1   William Stanley
2   Thomas Griffiths
5   Samuel Orme
6   James Fenton
7   Miss S. Birch
8   Mrs M. Sugden
9   I. G. Swainson
10  Francis Coull
10  Mrs S. Whittall
11  John Challinor
12  William Wellstood
14  James Sherriff
15  James Fergie
17  Mary Evans
18  Mrs M. Kirkby
19  D. F. Atkinson
20  William Pratt
21  Jonathan Flounders
22  Mrs A. Elliott
23  S. Swinchette
24  Thomas Hughes
25  Betty Charles
26  Elizabeth Randles
27 Lieutenant Joseph Thompson, R.N.
28  Robert Bower
29  Mrs E. Williams
30  David Cannon
31  William Kaye

I then came to a wide gap of open grass covered ground, so decided to stop for a snack of salted pork, cheese and bread, which I shared with some rather scruffy looking children who were playing in the spring sunshine. Having washed my early lunch down with some ale, which I had secretted in my knapsack before I left home earlier, I continued on my way..........................

65  Mrs J. Mercer
66  Edward Brennan
68  William Leacy
69  William Harrison
70  Mrs E. Edwards
70  Mary J. Edwards
71  Mary A. Hamilton
 
FLEET STREET (48 Hanover Street)
 
1   Elizabeth Green
1   William Green
2   J. Glynn & Son
6   Edward Jackson
6   Thomas Breckall
7   Kaye & Hilton
8   Thomas Eaton
12  Leader & Atherton
14  John Ralton
15  William Whitlow
17  William Quirk
19  Elizabeth Fallows
23  Stewart Brereton
24  Esther Patton
25  Robert Peacock
26  James Holme & Son
28  Mrs F. Wolfe
29  Thomas Jenner
30  Mark Creer
30  John Banks
31  Thomas Roberts
31  John Ashley
32  M. Robinson & Son
37  Ann Brown
38  William Hiles
39  William Coupland
41  Patterson & Steel
42  E. Falkner, Esq.
45  Elizabeth Darker
46  J. Braithwaite
47  John Parke
48  F. Taylor, Esq.  
51  James Leishman
53  Richard Blundell
53  Arthur Ashley
57  George Kay
 
FORREST STREET (26 Park Lane)
 
1   John Roose
2   John Fowler
4   Elizabeth Boland
12  William Walker
13  Ruth Burges
 
FRASER STREET (17 London Road)
 
1   Robert Baylis
1   Mrs M. Baylis
2   Bartin Haigh
2   Joseph Franklin
3   Thomas Denison
5   James Condliff
 
FREDERICK STREET (45 south side Old Dock)
 
1   John Taylor
2   E. H. Johnson
4   Samuel Drinkwater
5   Mary Fegan
8   Thomas Caffrey
9   Charles Morrison
10  Edward Lewis
14  George Marsden
17  William Swift
18  Charles Walker
19  Richard Birkett
25a  William Green
26  James Murney
33  Catharine Dobson
 
FRENCH BUILDINGS (9 Tithebarn Street)
 
Leonard Craven
W. L. Wolstenholme

With FRENCH BUILDINGS we reach the end of the Fs and next time I venture out I will be starting with GEORGE'S DOCK GATES north...........................meanwhile I am calling at my favourite drinking haunt to have a well-earned drink, before returning home.