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What Ever Happened to Bungay St

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The question, whatever happened to Bungay St?

The simple answer is they just demolished the houses

For those that are not sure where it was

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So what's left after they demolished the houses

So here is a quick tour

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The area is not that well covered with our OS maps, just this 1 section

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Ok

Who lived there and when?

Any information about these streets

When were they built

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I did respond but I've been deleted ! But Stuart has spoken to me about it and I'm OK with it ... :rolleyes:

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When were they built

1823 Sheffield Map link

The streets are laid out on this 1823 map, but few buildings are shown and the whole area is marked "Building Ground"

Jeremy

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Mrs Harriet BOWDEN 106 Bungay Street, Park White's 1919

William GOODALL Boot & shoe repairer 18 Bungay Street, Park Kelly's 1893

Mrs Mary BRADSHAW 23 Bungay Street, Park Kelly's 1925

Arthur BOOTH Postman 27 Bungay Street White's 1919

Arthur BOOTH Postman 27 Bungay Street, Park Kelly's 1925

Thomas MERRILL Carter & milk dealer 30 Bungay Street, Park Kelly's 1893

Thomas MERRILL Shopkeeper 30 Bungay Street, Park White's 1911

Bernard CLARK Engineer 31 Bungay Street White's 1919

William DODWELL Shopkeeper 32 Bungay Street, Park Kelly's 1893

Harold JACKSON Fruit salesman 33 Bungay Street, Park Kelly's 1925

Harold JACKSON Fruit salesman 33 Bungay Street, Park White's 1919

George NORTCLIFF Milk dealer 55 Bungay Street, Park Kelly's 1893

Sam CROOKES Fishmonger 67 Bungay Street, Park Kelly's 1893

http://www.sheffieldrecordsonline.org.uk/

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Thanks for posting this great picture set.

This PictureSheffield photo looks to be about the same position as photo 14

Jeremy

Hi Jeremy

Turners Hill

I have studied that PictureSheffield photo a few times, I thought the path/steps were these can be seen in photo 13

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Hi Jeremy

I have studied that PictureSheffield photo a few times, I thought the path/steps were these can be seen in photo 13

PictureSheffield says that the cross street is Turners Hill -- so you're right, the viewpoint is probably closer to your photo 13

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Bungay Street census returns:

1841 -- 11 occupied buildings

1851 -- 8 occupied buildings

1861 -- 10 occupied buildings

1871 -- 26 occupied buildings

1881 -- 35 occupied buildings

1891 -- 37 occupied buildings

1901 -- 38 occupied buildings

1911 -- 46 occupied buildings

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The area is not that well covered with our OS maps, just this 1 section

Roughly the same area in 1903:

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Roughly the same area in 1903:

Cross reference with Cobbled streets Forum: SHEFFIELD PLACES - NOW GONE · Post Preview: #51335 ·

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Cross reference with Cobbled streets Forum: SHEFFIELD PLACES - NOW GONE · Post Preview: #51335 ·

I'm a bit lost with your refernce to the 'Post Preview: #51335 ' jiginc

:unsure:

Could you be refering to this ?

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I assume it's been noticed that we have 2 spellings on here, Bungay and Bunghay :)

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THE LONDON GAZETTE, 6 DECEMBER, 1946

CITY OF SHEFFIELD.

SPECIAL ENACTMENTS (EXTENSION OF TIME) ACT,' 1940.

(20) City of Sheffield (South Street, Norwich Street, Bungay Lane,

Bungay Street, Granville Lane, Granville Street and Gilbert Street)

Compulsory Purchase Order (No. 260), 1937, as confirmed by the

Minister of Health's Sheffield (No. 260) Housing Confirmation Order,

1938

11th Mar. 1947. Extended to 11th Mar. 1950.

(15) City of Sheffield (South Street and Bungay Street) Compulsory

Purchase Order (No. 258), 1937, as confirmed by the Minister of Health's

Sheffield (No. 258) Housing Confirmation Order, 1938

11th Mar. 1947. Extended to 11th Mar- I95O.

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MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT

Berkeley Square House, London W.I.

Town and Country Planning Act, 1947

The Minister of Transport hereby gives notice that

he proposes to make an Order under section 49 of

the above Act authorising the stopping up of Granville

Lane, Turner Hill, Bungay Street, Bungay Lane, and

lengths of Norwich Street and Gilbert Street in the

Park Hill redevelopment area of Sheffield in order to

enable Sheffield City Council to use the land as an

open space in accordance with planning permission

granted under Part III of the Act.

Copies of the draft Order and relevant plan may be

inspected in Room 434, Ministry of Transport, 21-37

Hereford Road, London W.2, and at the Sheffield

C. & C.B.C. Offices, Town Hall, Sheffield 1, free of

charge at all reasonable hours during three months

from date of publication of. this notice.

During three months from 26th February 1960, any

person may by notice to the Minister of Transport,

21-37 Hereford Road, London W.2, object to the

making of the Order quoting HL 23/192/045.

/. W. L. Ivimy, An Assistant Secretary.

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