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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: March 01, 2019
Webpage updated: March 01, 2019

        

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

OCCUPANTS OF COBOURG STREET IN 1953

South Side (from Saltash Street towards York Street):

  • 01 - NL;
  • 02 - NL;
  • 03 - NL;
  • 04 - Millbay Laundry, Cleaning and Dyeing Company Limited receiving office; also V H Bullivant and William E Hillier;
  • 05 - W and T Avery, weighing machine makers;
  • 06 - John Taylor and Sons (Plymouth) Limited, leather and machine belt merchants; also William Miller Marsden and Mrs L E Gordon;
    Here was Milton Street
  • 07 - R K Hart trading as A J Harvey, pork butchers;

The gap occupied by the bus stop for the 35, 43, and 44 services was formerly Milton Street.
City of Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery.

  • 08 - W F Jary and Son, boot repairers; Mr A L Babcock, trading as Systemax, office equipment dealers; and Messrs Henry Vincent Limited, clothiers;
  • 08 and 09 - J Sanger and Son Limited, wholesale electrical goods merchants;
  • 10 - S Knowles trading as Motorparts, motor car accessories dealer;
  • 11 - Le Brasseur Surgical Manufacturing Company Limited, ladies' department; also Clifford J Cook;
  • 12 - H Rose trading as Plymouth Pet Stores;
  • 13 - NL;
  • 14 - H A Hutchins and Sons, dairymen;
    Here was Richmond Street
  • 15 - William B Carveth, butcher; also Henry James Hill;
  • 16 - Mrs Sanders; also James P Allen;
  • 17 - Peter W Evans; also Harry Roberts; also Mrs M J Barrett;
  • 18 - Baker Brothers, builders; also George Baker;
  • 19 - NL;
  • 20 - Mrs E B Bickham;
  • 21 - Mrs N Mumford, general stores, and Horswell Estates, auctioneers, estate  agents and valuers, properties managed, insurances effected and mortgages arranged.  Telephone number Plymouth 61727;
  • 22 - William Leslie Marshall;
  • 23 - Mrs F E Wolny, guest house;
  • 24 - John H Symons, shoe repairer; also John E Symons;
  • 25 - F G March trading as J H March, builder;
  • 26 - Mrs L Forsyth;
  • 27 - H and B Credit Traders, credit drapers;
  • 28 - James Frederick Whittingham;
  • 29 - NL;
  • 30 - Harry Mitchell; also Mrs M Puleston; also Frank Charles Teague;;
  • 31 - Collectors Exchange Limited, stamp dealers; also John Henry Bunt
  • 32 - Derelict;
  • 33 - Derelict;
  • 34 - Derelict;
  • 35 - Derelict;
  • 36 - G P Skinner (Blinds) Limited, blind manufacturers;
  • 37 - Mrs A S Phipps and Mrs N C Woodmancy trading as Lavinia, ladies' outfitters;
  • 38 - Hallett and Whitton Limited, builders' merchants;
  • 39 - NL;
  • 40 - James Peters;
  • 41 - Frederick Horswill;
  • 42 - Thomas Arthur Shreeve;
  • 43 - George Henry Jenkin;
  • 44 - NL;
  • 45 - NL;
    Here was York Street

The junction of York Street (left) with Cobourg Street in 1960.
The Newtown Hotel was the last building in York Street.
  Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery.

  • 46 - Frank Edward Friend, Post Office and stationer;
    Here was Gloucester Lane
  • 47 - Baby Imperial Restaurant;
  • 48 - S Potter, ladies' hairdresser;
  • 49 - George Pill and Partners., radio dealers;
  • 50 - Harold George Tozer, dairyman;
  • 51 - Mrs Q A Eddy, confectioner, and Arthur Edwards, boot repairer; also Ernest R Hawkins;
  • 52 - Sydney Collecott, fruiterer;
  • 53 - William A Culliford, cooked meat  retailer;
  • 54 - Alfred Ernest Pinwell, newsagent;
  • 55 - Condy U'ren and Son, chemists;
  • 56 - T Doidge and Sons, butchers;
  • 57 - S Stephens Limited, bakers;
    Here was Boon's Place
    Here was North Road (West)

 

North side (from North Road (East) towards Pound Street:

Here was North  Road (East)

BELLE VUE PLACE

  • 03 - Coster's Limited, outfitters;
  • 04 - NL;
  • 05 - NL;
  • 06 - Plymouth Register Office;
  • 07 - Plymouth Register Office;
  • 08 - Mrs G E Bishop;
  • 09/11 - Prudential Assurance Company Limited, M C Avery, J H R Burrows, W J Clark and B E Holley, district managers.

Here was Albany Place

  • 71 - Miss Hilda M Haddon, house furnishers;
  • 72 - George Crosswood Valentine Richards, tailor;
  • 73 - Sweet, Sons and Davey, monumental masons;
  • 74 - Coster's Limited,. outfitters;
    Here was John Lane
  • 75 - Reed's (Plymouth) Limited, motor engineers and Ford car distributors;
  • 76 - Reed's (Plymouth) Limited, motor engineers and Ford car distributors; also Caprera Social Club;
  • 77 - Boolds, drapers; also Mrs M J Hancock;
  • 78 - Mrs E Reese trading as Anne Tudor, milliner; also Miss D Taylor trading as Dorothea, ladies' hairdresser, and LAPT International Association for the Promotion and Protection of Trade Limited;
  • 79 - H C Mudge and Sons, Builders (Plymouth) Limited; also Mrs J R Carliong-Howse.

Messrs Reed's Garage, and numbers 77 (Tudor frontage), 78, 79 and 80 Cobourg Street.
City of Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery.

  • 80 - Joseph Phillips;
  • 81 - NL;
  • 82 - NL;
  • 83 - NL;
  • 84 - David Henry Walters;
  • 85 - William Arthur Pepper;
  • 86 - Thomas Reginald Virgin;
  • 87 - Ernest Furneaux;
  • 88 - Harry Storey; also Russell Phillips;
  • 89 - Mrs F M Smale; also Harold Leslie Wadey;
  • 90 - The Times General Supply Company (Plymouth) Limited, loans from 5 to 50; also Ronald S Cook;
  • 91 - NL;
  • 92 - Albert Edward Stringer;
  • 93 - Mrs E Cornelius;
  • 94 - Mr Robert C H Norgate MB ChB BAO, physician and surgeon, and a Mrs Saunders;
  • --- - Education Offices and Youth Employment Bureau, Mr J E Clark, youth employment officer.
    Here was James Street
  • Public Secondary School for Boys, Mr A C Williams MSc PhD, headmaster, and Public Secondary School for Girls, Miss R Shaw BA, headmistress.
    Here was Rowe Street and Pound Street.