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heritage
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1 of 10  Thu 15th May 2014 12:33pm  
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We have just received an email from Australia asking for family history assistance. Generally no problem as the family was from Bedworth but the branch who emigrated to Queensland in 1863 were living in Coventry in 1861. The address given was ST GEORGES TERRACE in the parish of Holy Trinity. It doesn't matter for the research but it's bugging me as I've never heard of ST GEORGES TERRACE before so don't know where it was situated. Any ideas? Edited by member, 15th May 2014 12:44 pm
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Midland Red
Cherwell
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2 of 10  Thu 15th May 2014 12:37pm  
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PM me the name and I'll look at the census to try and work it out Thumbs up
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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3 of 10  Thu 15th May 2014 12:38pm  
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Hi Heritage, Yes, it's here in WA, in the city of Perth. Wave
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Cherwell
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4 of 10  Thu 15th May 2014 2:12pm  
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You didn't PM me, but I've found it anyway! It ran from the top of Brook Street (at Yardley Street/Vernon Street) to King William Street/Berry Street
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heritage
Bedworth
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5 of 10  Thu 15th May 2014 2:56pm  
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Thank you for that. What year is your map? It's shown but not marked on my 1905 map. I've been busy since lunch looking after Northern Warwickshire Tourism, takes up a lot of time. There is a George Eliot event on this Saturday at Coton Heritage Centre if of interest to anyone. Vince
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Annewiggy
Tamworth
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6 of 10  Thu 15th May 2014 3:04pm  
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On a lot of pictures of Eli's Triangle this bit seems to be called Berry Street or am I looking at it wrong ?
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Cherwell
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7 of 10  Thu 15th May 2014 3:06pm  
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On 15th May 2014 2:56pm, heritage said: Thank you for that. What year is your map? It's shown but not marked on my 1905 map. Vince
1889 You're very welcome Thumbs up
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dutchman
Spon End
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8 of 10  Thu 15th May 2014 4:05pm  
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On 15th May 2014 3:04pm, Annewiggy said: On a lot of pictures of Eli's Triangle this bit seems to be called Berry Street or am I looking at it wrong ?
No, I think St George's Terrace occupies only the west side of Berry Street.
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Primrose
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9 of 10  Thu 15th May 2014 5:04pm  
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When I lived in Hillfields, that stretch of street called St. George's Terrace on MR's map was Brook Street.
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10 of 10  Thu 15th May 2014 5:20pm  
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Eli's Triangle thread Thumbs up
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