4 Flannel Street

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Present Owner:
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Date when first used by present occupier:

4 Flannel Street
Demolished

Before and After Images

 

1979/80

 

2016


 

About the building

Before demolition, this house had upper cruck rafters – circa 1600. A fine cupboard given to the Museum before demolition. (Source Thacker)

 

Recent history

1940-1968: H Parry/ W Parry Living accommodation (source Bakery no 5 Flannel Street). 1947: Redwoods shop & bakery.

1968-1974: W Morgan, Turf Accountant.

 


 

Previous occupiers

Year

Name

Detail

Source

1970

to 1938 Mrs Perry

Living accommodation & Faggot & peas preparation.

Kelly

1937

Mrs Perry & John Henry Redwood

Living accommodation/ Bakery & Dining rooms

Kelly

1934

John Henry Redwood

Bakery & Dining Rooms

Kelly

1930

”     ”

”         ”

Car/Npt & Dis

1926

”    ”

”        ”

Kelly

1923

”     ”

”          ”

Kelly

1920

”       ”

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Kelly

1914

”       ”

”           ”

Kelly

1910

Thomas Redwood

”           ”

Kelly

1909

”           ”

”            ”

Kelly

1906

”              ”

”              ”

Kelly

1901

”              ”

”              ”

Kelly

1895

”              ”

”              ”

Kelly

1891

”              ”

”              ”

Kelly

1884

Kelly

1879

Independent Co-operative Stores

Thacker

1877

Owen

1875

Mer & Croc

1871

Kelly

> 1868

1865

Lewis Brock

General Dealer

1862

Charles Price

Dyer

Morris & Co

1858

Slater

1850

John Price

Dyer

Pigot

1845

Pigot

1844

Slater

1841

Slater

1835

General shop

Pigot

1834-45

Pigot

1834

Car/Npt & Dis

1822

Pigot

1792

Pigot



 


 

Other information

Redwoods: The farmers’ wives took their own food to eat here on market days. It was always packed full and lively. (source: Mr George Davies)

 

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