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Chapel House, Gold Street
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Originally built for two households in 43 and 45 Gold Street, this building has now been converted for us of a single household.
In addition, in the later 19th century, there was a very small dwelling squeezed between this house and Yew Tree Terrace to the south. This was known as Honeymoon Cottage. It has now been incorporated into Chapel House.
The following photographs are available. Click on a thumbnail to view full image or click see larger images here.
43, 45 Gold Street from Church Tower, 1957
43, 45 Gold Street 2006
Honeymoon Cottage from Church Tower 1957
The following people are associated with Chapel House, Gold Street:
|Name||Year of Birth||Year of Interest||Source||Occupation/Notes||Probability|
|Richard Branson||1817||1891||Census||Retired Builder||50%|
|William Harris||1843||1901||Census||Clerk in Ry. Works||95%|
|Arthur John Abbott||1939||Election register||at Chapel House,||100%|
|William Herbert||1870||1901||Census||Smith's Striker||95%|
|Elizabeth Herbert||1910||Revenue Survey||Tenant||100%|
|Frederic Garrett||1870||1901||Census||Laborer in Ry. Works||90%|
|Elizabeth Garratt||1910||Revenue Survey||Tenant||100%|
|Lucy Wiggins||1910||Revenue Survey||Owner||100%|
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