Albert Honeyman: Honeymans Merchants and Traders

My name, Honeyman was fairly well known in Cannon Street. Blacksmith Most Honeymans originated in Hutton Rudby, and a number of them moved into Middlesbrough in the 1860s,probably for work. My great great granddad, who was a blacksmith, was one of them. He was Richard Honeyman, married to Rebecca Mason, and in 1866 they were […]

Eve Street

Eve Street ran from Granville Street to Cannon Street. Click map to enlarge (Back to return)Gallery Newspaper articles, images of Eve Street and the people who lived there (click photos to enlarge) Cathy Leng (nee Buck) outside 6 Eve Street (posted on Facebook by Thomas Leng). My lovely Aunt born in Eve Street, she will […]

Hatherley Street

Hatherley Street ran from Farrer Street to Denmark Street. Click map to enlarge (Back to return)Gallery Newspaper articles, images of Hatherley Street and the people who lived there (click photos to enlarge) Eva McCormick and Ian Edwards pictured outside a house in Hatherley Street (posted on Facebook by Ian Edwards). Eddie Mason and Hannah Honeyman […]

Childers Street

Childers Street ran from Hutchinson Street to Granville Street. Click map to enlarge (Back to return)Gallery Newspaper articles, images of Childers Street and the people who lived there (click photos to enlarge) Outside my mother’s house in 11 Childers Street. Mam stood in doorway from left Margaret Porritt ( Buncy) my sister Brenda , & […]