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    Hello.do's anyone know where Annerly street Liverpool is or was in 1899.google do'snt show it.Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardo View Post
    Hello.do's anyone know where Annerly street Liverpool is or was in 1899.google do'snt show it.Thanks.
    I think there was an Annersley Road somewhere in the Dingle/Toxteth but cant remember where, sorry ! this could be where you are looking for though

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    Hi Edwardo,
    Annerley St is off Earle Rd,next to Webster Rd.....I think there is a NHS centre built there now
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    From Kelly's Directory 1894 - Edge Hill - Spofforth Road to earle Road

    Was there a specific name you were looking for Edwardo ?

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    Annerley St & Webster rd formed a V ,meeting at Spofforth rd

    I lived in Webster rd & remember going out my back Yard to see the cows & horses from the dairy in Annerley St
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    Thank you all for replying.hmtmaj I was looking for Edward Cottle at 62 Anneley Street?????thanks.

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    From the same directory, this is the page for Cottle, no Edward I'm afraid in 1894

    If you click on the pic, then click again to enlarge you should eb able to read it, Martin
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    Martin.Thanks again for that.The J .Cottle living at scotts Villa newferry seems to have stumped everone on the boads that i posted to
    still have know idea were this place was.thank you again.edd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbo176 View Post
    Annerley St & Webster rd formed a V ,meeting at Spofforth rd

    I lived in Webster rd & remember going out my back Yard to see the cows & horses from the dairy in Annerley St
    The only people I know who speak in these terms are in their early 70s. Thank you for the confirmation.
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    It is still under construction in 1890
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    The only people I know who speak in these terms are in their early 70s. Thank you for the confirmation.
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    Thanks again all.May I ask Waterways where you got the drawing plan for Annerley street as its helpfull in
    showing the street and the local school.so a big thanks to you for that.edd

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardo View Post
    Thanks again all.May I ask Waterways where you got the drawing plan for Annerley street as its helpfull in
    showing the street and the local school.so a big thanks to you for that.edd
    http://www.british-history.ac.uk/map.aspx?compid=55207
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    Here it is in 1905 (Alan Godfrey Maps)
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