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ButtLane
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1 of 3  Thu 17th Mar 2016 6:12pm  
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An ancestor, by the name of Eusebius Caldicott, a retired ribbon manufacturer, died in 1882 at St Swithins Terrace, Greyfriars Green. I believe this was a terrace of houses which formed a southern boundary of Greyfriars Green, which was cleared away to build the infamous ring road. Do any photos of the Terrace exist? I have not been able to find it on the street maps published on the site.
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dutchman
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2 of 3  Thu 17th Mar 2016 8:24pm  
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Hello ButtLane and welcome to the forum Wave This may be the one you're thinking of?
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NeilsYard
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3 of 3  Fri 18th Mar 2016 2:56am  
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That's part of Stoneleigh Terrace which has its own thread here. Not sure if in later years part of it was referred to as St Swithins Terrace but Dutchman's photo is the same row.
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