My great grandparents lived at 36 Copperfield St, according to the 1911 census. This was a few minutes walk from where we lived. I delivered papers in Copperfield St as a boy. The street was demolished around the very early 1980s.
John (Jack) Lennon who was John Lennon's grandfather, who he was named after, lived at 27 Copperfield Street, nearly opposite 36. My Great grandparents would have known the Lennons being close neighbours. John Lennon regularly visited Copperfield St as a boy and youth. John Lennon's Dad was born opposite my great grandparent in 1912, in Copperfield Street, and his grandfather, Jack, died there as well in 1921, I think his grandmother died there as well in the late 1940s. John Lennon's uncle lived there until the late 1970s for sure and maybe until it was demolished.
Jack Lennon spent some time in the USA when younger.
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