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Stamford Street, nos. 25 - 31

Stamford Street,  nos. 25 - 31
Undated Back-to-back properties on the odd-numbered side of Stamford Street. On the left edge, part of number 25 is visible. Moving right is number 27 with a pram outside, number 29 where two ladies stand, then number 31. Houses have basement entrances.

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Heather Brine

In 1861 29 Stamford Street was a day school. Louisa French Robinson was the schoolmistress.

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Elsie Lince nee Riley

My Dad Thomas Riley was 28 years old on the day he married my Mum, Elsie Riley nee Hudson who was 24 years old, my Dads Marriage Certificate shows he lived at No. 29 Stamford Street on the day of his Marriage which was the 20th February 1915 at St. Thomas Church Melbourne St. Leyland's Leeds


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