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Delph Lane, Quarry Mount

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Delph Lane, Quarry Mount
1970. View of Delph Lane seen from Lucas Place showing original stone farmhouses, fully converted into houses and named Quarry Mount.

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Van Calvert

The light grey house No 3 on the left,is where my grandmother,two uncles and a aunt lived.They purchased this house in the 1950s for £550.00. The house next door,No 5 was where my parents lived.




John Bean

In 1871 my Gt Grandmother Mary Roberts, aged 18, was living at No 1 Quarry Mount, just off view to left. I was delighted to discover it still stood whilst researching my family ancestry, unusual for this area of Woodhouse. She was working in service, as a servant to the Wright family. Her father Edward Roberts ran his own cabinet making business on Woodhouse Lane, opposite the Eldon / maybe Cemetery tavern at that time.




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