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    Default Help sought re two addresses.

    Brothers and sisters,I would be extremely grateful for any help whatsoever with the following. Two of my ancestors show up on the 1881 census in Baker St.,off Hall Lane N S?,
    Huyton With Roby.
    The 1911 census has another relative living in School House,Top Row, Tarbock.
    Is it possible to find out where these addresses where and if they still exist?
    Muchas gracios y adios.
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    Well, friend Dazza. You've dug your own hole.

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    http://history.knowsley.gov.uk/resul...ch_huyton.html

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    http://www.francisfrith.com/liverpool/

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    Ha ha, I'll see what I can do?
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    This page is interesting...

    http://history.knowsley.gov.uk/infor...&ref=tborigins

    From this site...

    http://history.knowsley.gov.uk/

    I have had no success in obtaining a link to their reference TB25, although it does sound promising.

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    There may be all you seek somewhere on here Brer Tom. You (all) will know better than me...

    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb...._pages/lan.htm

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    Baker Street is still there although in a different guise - http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&...,59.88,,0,4.04

    Baker Street is off School Lane and they're in an area which could be classed a Tarbock so School House could have been there too.

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    Baker Street, off Hall Lane, Huyton

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    Baker Street, today.

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    Top Row, Tarbock. No mention of the School House though. There is however, a School Lane close by, near to Bottom Row. I've plotted where Top Row was located over a Google Earth view, to give you an idea. As you can see, some city planner had plonked the M57/M62 roundabout over the top of it.

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    Top Row today. Top Row is on 'Dacre's Bridge lane' to go by its name today (shown below). This is the narrow lane leading off into the trees. I think it is still accessible, and who knows there may be some evidence of the houses still there...an old garden wall perhaps?

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    Also, it might be worthwhile looking your ancestor's neighbours who are listed on the same census sheet for Top Row. It may give you an idea as to which house was the School House?

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