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tozzin

I`m looking at the life of Thomas Brown Needham of Needham Veal & Tyzack, his widow lived at 447 Glossop Road, I dont know if she moved there when Thomas died in 1870 but she was living there in 1893,in 1879 a tailor named John Harrop was living at the address but I digress, Thomas died at his home in Queens Terrace, Glossop Road but where was Queens Terrace? Anyone know.

447 Glossop Road former home of Mr Thomas Temporal in 1910 Razor Manufacturer.jpg

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Edmund

It's the block of 12 houses between Stanton Broom and College Street. The end house is on your photo.

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tozzin
2 hours ago, Edmund said:

It's the block of 12 houses between Stanton Broom and College Street. The end house is on your photo.

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I can see now that it as you say the same house, Thomas`s  brother was living in the first house, strange how these names fell out of use, Queens Terrace, Stanton Broom, Springfield Place etc.

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syrup

Thomas Brown Needham, Properties ??

Sheffield Daily Telegraph 18 May 1901

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Queens Terrace in 1871 with numbers and by 1879 Queens Terrace was renumbered as Glossop Road.

 

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