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    Anyone have details of Canning Place in 1842, I have a copy of a birth certificate, Joseph Naylor born to Francis ( Stone Mason, But hard to read )
    Wife Elizabeth. The address is 26 Canning Place in the sub-district of Saint George, Liverpool. TheDate of birth was 26th August 1842 . Rgds Jim


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    Welcome, look at this thread, this shows Canning Place in its progression:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jnay View Post
    Anyone have details of Canning Place in 1842, I have a copy of a birth certificate, Joseph Naylor born to Francis ( Stone Mason, But hard to read )
    Wife Elizabeth. The address is 26 Canning Place in the sub-district of Saint George, Liverpool. TheDate of birth was 26th August 1842 . Rgds Jim
    The March 1851 Census shows a Francis Naylor living with wife Elizabeth and son Joseph Naylor at Knight Street, Liverpool. Francis is described as "H.M. Customs Officer". The Custom House was in Canning Place, maybe it was officially at no.26.

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