Geraldine Warburton and Derek Smith on their wedding day St Columba’s Church We were a family of nine. Three girls and six boys, and we lived in Duncombe Street. The Queen’s Coronation was 1953 and I was seven. We lived in a two-up and two-down and there were parties in the street. We all got […]
Ann Street ran from Cannon Street to Mabel Street. Newspaper articles, images of Ann Street and the people who lived there (click photos to enlarge) [gallery ids="1515"] George Smith Elizabeth Smith
1911 CensusNameAgeRelationOccupationBirthplaceSarah Ann Smith47Head Bedale, YKSWilliam James Smith19SonLabourerLeeming, YKSAmelia Alice Smith17Daughter Billingham, DURChristopher W Smith13SonSchoolMiddlesbrough, YKSBusby Smith10SonSchoolMiddlesbrough, YKSLawrence S Smith2Son Middlesbrough, YKSDirectory entriesDirectoryNameOccupationWard’s 1902-03B GoodwinLabourer Located on the South East side of Cannon Street between King George Street and Samuelson Street.
1911 CensusNameAgeRelationOccupationBirthplaceJohn Francis Smith61HeadNight watchmanNewport, MONMary Smith59Wife Pontnewydd, MONWilliam Smith35SonNewsagentMiddlesbrough, YKSMaud Ann Smith27DaughterAssisting in businessMiddlesbrough, YKSHenry Calvert42BoarderGeneral labourerBorrowby, YKSDirectory entriesDirectoryNameOccupationKelly’s 1913Mrs Mary SmithNewsagent Located on the North West side of Cannon Street between Milbank Street and Duncombe Street.