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    I'm looking for info on the Hunter Building, Palm Place, Liverpool. I had relatives that lived there in the 1840's. I've found a Palm Close and a Palm Grove but cannot locate Palm Place. Thanks ...Liv


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    found it listed on 1851 census. give us a few mins and I'll try and get a more accurate location for you.
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    this map is 1905.
    the bottom street is Faulkner St.
    Palm Place isn't showing but it's possibly at the right of Palm St where there seems to be a tiny st.
    someone may have have a larger map to show it more clearly.
    if you want any census info then just PM me.

    hope that helps you a bit.
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