Volumes in the collection: Kelly's Southampton and nieghbourhood Directory for 1920
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Full text:[...] SOUTHAMPTON UIBEGTOBY—1920. The ancient doorway by the'beach, closed up for security at the time the French ravaged the town in 1338, has been restored by the Corporation, to whom the building belong [...]
Full text:[...] southampton directory—1920. Southampton Borough comprises the parish of Southampton in the rural deanery of Southampton and archdeaconry anc diocese of Winchester. The present church of St. Mary, the [...]
Full text:[...] Id SOUTHAMPTON DIRECTOBY—1920. i & m. bi : An open space, formerly called Porter's Meadow, is laid out as a, park, and called the Queen's Park, in which a memorial to Major-General Charles Gordon, [...]
Full text:[...]  l( * : I'll 1 j' " j Mil I ill1 111( a h u >,l|| m So Shirley &FreemantleAdvocate; non-political : established 1893 '> published every Saturday mornmg; proprietor, Ernest A. Young; office, 105 High [...]
Full text:[...] i! r it !«K v V > I',3 'a 308 GS.A Crane Ernest Alfred, Truro, 88 Hillside avenue, Bitterne park Crane James, Keimeneigh, Eling Crane Mrs. 11 Tennyson road Crane William Henry, 37 Wilton rd. Shirl [...]
Full text:[...] " i,r .632 sound. neighbourhood of southampton:—1920. I I! '' ■ Butlocks Heath Post Office.—Bertie James Vanderplank, postmaster. The nearest money order & telegraph office is at Netley Abbey Wall [...]
Full text:[...] neighboukhoojd of southampton—1920. hythe. 635 Conveyance.— Steamboats from Hythe to Town quay, Southampton, week days, 8, io & ti a.m. ; 12 noon; 1.30, _ . 3°, 3-3°' 4-3°, 5.30, 6.30, 7.30 & (a) 8.3 [...]
Full text:[...]  % ; tjj ;.r.' -A .. Southaotton is: a seaport, at parliamentary and county and- municipal berougb. and market town = and parish, county court district, petty !sessional division and district regist [...]
Full text:[...] neighbourhood of southampton"—1920. Hibberd Alice, The Compass p.ii Hill Miss, costumier Hunt James, farmer,Tatchbury Manor farm pngsive]] Arth Frnk.frmr.CoppedHall farm Lovell Charles William, farme [...]
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