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Does anyone have access to a Kellys directory about 1939 - 1950. I am interested to know the names and occupations of people who lived on Marlcliffe Road from number 17 up to about 51 or can anyone tell me how to go about finding out. Many thanks for any help.

 

Rozie

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1939 Census

17 Harry and Mary Bridgewater   Cutlery and Electo-plate Manufacturer / House Duties

19 James and Alice Willcox Banana Packer / House Duties

19 Lena Webster Change Speed Lever Straightener

19 Liliam Webster Valve Straightener

19 Walter Martin Lever Man

19 John Ibbotson and Winifred   Cold Roller / House Duties

19 James William Corbridge and Edith Construction Labourer / House Duties

21 Edward Mapplebeck and Lilian  Male Nurse (metal) . House Duties

21 Arthur Mapplebeck Steel Worker

21 Colin Mapplebeck Butchers Assistant

21 Thomas Barker GPO Linesman

21 Martha Tate Home Sister

21 Constance Barnes Staff Nurse

27 William Henry and Elizabeth Phillips Insurance Clerk / House Duties

27 Kathleen Phillips School Teacher

31 Albert and Susannah Oates Potato Merchant / House Duties

33 Patrick and Phyllis Barry Minister of Congregational Church / House Duties

35 Joseph and Alice Rodgers Steel Merchant / House Duties

37 Percy and Lily Puley Solicitors Clerk / House Duties

37 Claribell Marshall Widow House Duties

39 Empty

41 Charles and Lucy Bray Retired Fish Frier / House Duties

41 Alice Bray House Duties

41 Dorothy Bray Civil Servant PO Telephones

41 Leslie Bray Building Materials Order Clerk

43 George Soutar Asssitant Manager at Drop Forge

45 Frank and Doris Swift Chief Clerk / House Duties

45 Elizabeth Torr Domestic Servant

47 John and Mary Foxton Retired Assurance Agent / House Duties

49 Arthur and Marguerite Spencer Patent Agents Manager / House Duties

49 David Spencer Motor Mechanic

51 Michael and Florence Ford Steel Works Clerk / House Duties

51 Edith Ford Invoice Clerk Confectionery Chemist

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Thank you Edmund. How did you find this information. I went into 1939 census records but couldn’t get anywhere as it asked for a surname - which I didn’t have.  Anyway that’s great. Thanks.

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1 hour ago, rozie said:

Thank you Edmund. How did you find this information. I went into 1939 census records but couldn’t get anywhere as it asked for a surname - which I didn’t have.  Anyway that’s great. Thanks.

Choose the "1939 Register" from the blue ribbon acrosss the top of the screen, then in the grey "Search for your relatives in the 1939 Register" box select any one of the 3 options "Map search", Address search " or "Advanced search" (top right in the grey box). Any of these will allow a street and town search.

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