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576 bitterne.
ot" southampton—1920.
vicar, is used as a Parish Hall. The Workmen's Hall, in Brook road, founded 111 1882 by the late Miss Martin, of Bitterne Lodge, is rested in the Parish Council with the consent of the Charity Commissioners under the name of the Martin Parish Hall. At Bitterne park there is a handsome drinking fountain for the public use, presented by the late Lord Swaythling d.l., j.p. to the Southampton Corporation in commemoration of Queen Victoria's Diamond JuWee. Moor-lands is the residence of Mrs. Wilson. Thorn-hill Park, the property and residence of Mrs. Campbell, is pleasantly situated in a park and grounds." A Parish Council was formed here 1894 and consists of n elected members, clerk, Henry William Cooke. The area is 616 acres. Rateable value, j£i 1,979.
The population is about 4,140.
Parish Clerk, James Hodkinson.
Church School (boys, girls & infants), C. W. Watson, master; Miss K. Sharman, mistress; Mrs. M. Prydderch, infants mist
/Telephone Call Offices, High street, at Lankester & Crook Limited, & at Oakmere
Police Station, Bursledon road, Ernest Henry Baugh, sergeant, & 3 constables
Martin Parish Hall, Brook road ; H. W.
Cooke, clerk to trustees Bitterne Men's Club, Brook road; William
Hammett, hon. sec Bitterne & District Conservative & Unionist Club (W. P. Ings, hon. sec.), Cloudes-ley, Chapel street Lances Hill Tollgate, Mrs. Price, collector Post Office, Chapel street.—Miss E. D. II. Groffe, sub-postmistress. Money order,tele-graph, savings bank & annuity & parcels post. Letters arrive from Southampton Wall Letter Boxes.—High street; Brook road ; Common ; Maple road ; White s road & Chessel avenue Railway Station, H. E. Gaiger, station mastr
end & Southampton, daily, except Wednesday: Smith, Sholing, Woolston & Southampton, daily ; Charles Roberts, Inkerman road, Woolston & Southampton, daily Electric trams from Southampton docks to Bitterne park every few minutes
[Note. —Streets Directory. ]
Marked thus
receive letters through Southampton direct.
private residents.
v Abrey John. Brook road ' Aplin Mrs. The Gables, West End road *Arney Leonard, Fremington, Bitterne gro * Arnold Mrs. S. M. The Hut, Beech avenue,
Bitterne grove *"A.ustin Wm. Chas. Enbourne, Bitterne gro *Bacon Herbert, 10 Maple road, Bitterne gro *Baker Sydney William, Llantwit, Maple
road, Bitterne grove Barnaby J. W. Oak lodge .
*Barrow Herbert, Manila, Maple road,
Bitterne grove Bassett Chas. Robt. Gordon. West End road
Beazley H. J. Heathfield
Bell Miss, Isle of Wight view, Pound street Bell Miss M. Panwell road j
Bentley Major Walter,Pineside, West End rd *Biddiscombe Mrs. E. 15 Maple road, Bitterne grove ; - Bond Miss, Yew Tree cottage
* Bos worth Charles John William, Homeland,
Bitterne grove .
*Bound Chas. Lewis, Louisville, Juniper rd *Bramwell Mrs. Bitterne court, Bursledon rd *Bresher Thomas Joseph, The Dell, Maple ; road, Bitterne grove
Bristow Charles Edward, Victoria road ' *Brown Geo. John, Bon Accord, Bitterne gro Brown John, Rosetta, Chapel street Brown Wm. Saml. Jn. Sherwood, W est End rd Bucknill Lt.-Col. JohnTownshend, Thornheld Bucknill Mrs. Brownlow Byrne Mrs. Woodbine cottage Campbell Mrs. Thornhill park *Cane William, 13 Maple road
Casey Mrs. Harlow villa
Cawsev Mrs. Clifton villa, Chapel street *Ohisman James Hy. Amalthea, Juniper rd Clark Ernest Walter, Oriel cottage, Chapel st *Coffin Henry, 9 Maple road, Bitterne grove Cole Alfred, 5 Pound street ^
Cooke Henry William, Vectis, High street Cooke Herbert m.r.c.s., l.r.c.p.Lond.
lodge, Bath road Cotton Stephen F. Brydone Cowdry William Henry, Ivy cot. Pound st Cox Ernest, Flora cottage, Chapel street Crockett Rev. Arthur Walcott m.a.
^Cros^Ernest Winter, Wistaria, Bitterne gro Cross Mrs. East view, Chapel street
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