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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: January 22, 2019
Webpage updated: January 22, 2019

        

ROADS AND STREETS IN OLD PLYMOUTH - A-Z INDEX  |  COBOURG STREET

OCCUPANTS OF COBOURG STREET IN 1852

The occupants of Cobourg Street were listed in 1852 as being:

South side, from Saltash Street to Five Fields Lane (North Road):

  • 01 - Ann Pitts, beer retailer;

  • 02 - NL;

  • 03 - Jordon and Barter, sawyers;
    Here was Milton Street

  • 04 - William J Square, surgeon;

  • 05 - NL;

  • 06 - William G L Lacey, painter and gilder;

  • 07 - Mrs Sophia Mouchet;

  • 08 - Miss Sophia Hawkins;

  • 09 - Mary Ann Chubb, dress maker;
    Here was Richmond Street

  • 10 - Mrs Clerk;

  • 11 - James Wood, tailor;

  • 12 - John Lane, cabinet maker and undertaker;

  • 13 - Miss Miss Eleanor Hiatt;

  • 14 - Lieutenant Samuel Featherstone, Royal Navy;

  • 15 - William Palmer;

  • 16 - Miss Mary Marsh Kingdon;

  • 17 - Charles Forsyth

  • 18 - William J Barrett;

  • 19 - Henry Creber;

  • 20 - Henry Crocker, ship broker;

  • 21 - John Martin Luckcraft;

  • 22 - Mrs Haswell;

  • 23 - Edwin T Bartlett, clerk;

  • 24 - Thomas Taylor;

  • 25 - Mrs Rees;

  • 26 - Mrs Ann Moore;

  • 27 - Misses Parsons;

  • 28 - Thomas Maddick, master mariner;

  • 29 - Miss Mary Fox;

  • 30 - William T Mainprise, master, Royal Navy;

  • 31 - Miss Susan Cornish;

  • 32 - Miss Atrill;

  • 33 - Samuel Searle;

  • 34 - Mrs Ann Reeves;

  • 35 - Mrs Elizabeth Dennis;

  • 36 - Mrs Porter;

  • 37 - Lieutenant Robert Turnbull, Royal Navy;

  • 38 - Abraham Gole;

  • 39 - Thomas Channens;
    Here was York Street

  • 40 - James S Kiddell, beer retailer;

  • 41 - Michael Hawking, baker

GLOUCESTER PLACE

  • 01 - William Farley;

  • 02 - James Gidley;

  • 03 - Thomas Evans, schoolmaster;

  • 04 - NL;

  • 05 - NL;

  • 06 - Thomas Petherbridge;

  • 07 - Philip Behenna, clerk.

COBOURG STREET (continues)

  • 42 - Thomas Shortridge, shopkeeper;

  • 43 - William Spurr, shopkeeper;

  • 44 - Nathaniel Millett, boot and shoe maker;

  • 45 - James Cole;

  • 46 - Mrs Thomas Miles;

  • 47 - NL;

  • 48 - NL;

  • 49 - NL;

  • 50 - Nicholas Rowe; also Henry Weston;

  • 51 - Lieutenant Thomas Forrest, Adjutant, Royal Marines;

  • 52 - Joseph Sweetnam, clerk;
    Here is Boon's Place
    Here is Five Fields Lane

North side, from Five Fields Lane to Pound Street:

BELLEVUE PLACE

  • 01 - Samuel Morrish;

  • 02 - Joseph Lyne;

  • 03 - Mrs Kippen;

  • 04 - Captain James Pulling, Royal Navy;

  • 05 - James Lillicrap Marchant, Paymaster, Royal Marines;

  • 06 - NL;

  • 07 - Mrs Bundock;

  • 08 - Richard Leamon, lodgings;

  • 09 - William Nott, lodgings;

  • 10 - Mrs Hoare;

  • 11 - Mrs Durant;

  • 12 - Mrs Crimp

  • Bellevue Cottage - Mrs Hitchings.

COBOURG STREET

  • Bellevue House - William Braithwaite, surgeon;

  • 53 - William Condy, builder and undertaker;

  • 54 - William M M Stephens, commission agent;

  • 55 - Mrs Peagam;

  • 56 - John Fishley;

  • 57 - Mrs Cork, lodgings;

  • 58 - NL;

  • 59 - William Barnes, master mariner;

  • 60 - Miss Hellyer;

  • 61 - Reverend George Holmes Morrison;

  • 62 - Thomas Seymour;

  • 63 - Lieutenant John Puleston, Royal Navy;

  • 64 - Edwin Clouter, schoolmaster;

  • 64 - John Harvey;

  • 66 - John Turner;

  • 67 - Reverend Benjamin Nicholson;

  • 68 - William Hunt;

  • 69 - John Lampeer;

  • 70 - Captain Kennedy;

  • 71 - Peter Godfrey, lodgings;

  • 72 - Samuel Wills, brush maker;

  • 73 - Henry Jones, agent for Messrs Fullerton and Company, publishers;

  • 74 - Miss Penny;

  • 75 - NL;

  • 76 - William Bottomley;

  • 77 - Charles Muden, lodgings;

  • 78 - Nathaniel Grigg, schoolmaster;
    Here was James Street

  • Plymouth Public Free School

  • 80 - George Jago [headmaster of the Plymouth public Free School].

NL = Addresses not listed.  These were usually let on short-term tenancies and therefore not listed in street directories.