Also Green Lane, West Derby, from 1851. Heres another map for you, showing the road junction in 1927, as well as the house and a couple of the glasshouses (with the cross-hatching): Hi, for your information George Buckel is alive and well, and runs/ works at Tal Coed nurseries, in Glan Conwy, North Wales. The traditional manufacturing industries went into further sharp decline and factories were closing. 705 W 9th StreetEast Liverpool, OH 43920. Lizzie Hodson and her mother at home, in 1974. There are some pictures of Cubbin Street rooms on Liverpool Pictorial. Required fields are marked *. The Blitz. I have a 1765 map, and one that appears to even older, as it has the Castle on it. The pub became a solicitors but was actually knocked down recently to make way for the new Police Station. Hope to hear from you. These last two streets named led on. Certain streets are listed as having "no population," however, so it is likely that the final version was made after the completion and tabulation of the census. Thanks again David Matthews lived on Sedan Street, Salford 5, in the 1950s. It lies on the Eastern banks of the River Mersey . I HAVE BEEN RESEARCHING MY MOTHERS FAMILY (WILKINSON / FORSYTH WHO HAD SEVERAL PUBS AND A BREWERY IN THE VICINITY OF GREAT NEWTON STREET/DANSIE STREET AND EDGE HILL. The label reads Dorothy Rimmer 108a Bold St. Lpool I know that Bold St was the center of bespoke dressmaking in those days but cant locate anything about her or her business. I am intrigued as the why the archway existed. There is (or was) a Jackson Street running between Mill Street and Hyslop Street (formerly Heath Street), pretty much exactly here: 53.390969, -2.973213 (use Googlemaps). Neil. I am trying to find an image of Cadmus street, Everton. Or possibly maps that show the names of the business. There was a Geoff Garner at the Liverpool Institute School for Boys. Hi Martin, Im searching for my fathers parents they had a dairy in Walton in the early 1900s there surname was Raw my fathers name was Arthur Raw he was born in North Yorkshire 1911 but moved to Walton Liverpool when he was a boy still in school, I remember storys of him delivering milk as a child with a horse and cart but cannot remember his fathers name would love to find out more of their dairy and life at that time in Liverpool, any information would be welcome many thanks Viv James. Kind regards, Gaye, No problem, glad I could help. Theres a decent overall view here: http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/l/liverpool_exchange/ (search for hotel on that page to go straight to it), and a close-up of the entrance on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/54996985@N00/5199619974/. I dont know if No. I was told that one can go to the Lancashire Record Office but that you have to actually photograph them. Absolutely fascinating! Original data: John A Brodie. With a city population of 137,000, and 360,000 in the agglomeration, Tours is the largest city in Centre-Val de Loire, though the status of regional capital is held by Orlans. place=city. The maps will be for sale very soon. It was just north of Boundary Street, and looked like this in 1851: Hi Martin Cheers, We think they lived at 122 St. James Street just before the first world war. Theres loads of information online, one source of which is Historic England: https://historicengland.org.uk/images-books/photos/volume/BF102391, Make sure not to confuse this workhouse with the one which was once on the site of the Catholic Cathedral. The street map of Liverpool is the most basic version which provides you with a comprehensive outline of the city's essentials. I have found Gascoigne St on this wonderful map but unable to find a St Davids church in the area! L18 south Liverpool (just off Rose . I have enjoyed looking at your site and reading some of the interesting posts. A map of Liverpool's original seven streets (north to the left) . It would just be labelled Timber Yard or whatever trade they were working under. Haddon Street? Could you point me to a specific road? So glad you liked it. They had 4 children, Robert, Elsie(1924), Peter, and Arthur. In all this Id welcome any comments from people with more details. I am assuming it was also a Bents Brewery pub but havent found anything other than a brief reference to an explosion in the 1970s which led to its demolition Ive no idea what was built on the site but am assuming the pub must have been near Rigbys or the Saddle although I am probably completely wrong. I dont know much about them really , except my mothers nickname was dolly her mother was called Lillian maiden name Walsh she had brothers and sisters but dont know any names Some of these maps show the wider area around the city, and may include areas as far afield as North Wales or Manchester, Lancaster or Chester. I was wondering if anybody could point me in the right direction to try and locate some old photographs of the street? Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan, (1859-1930), Knight author physician criminologist Edinburgh, Midlothian My fathers family lived in one of the large houses in netherfield road north starting from bottom of fairy street. The 1901 A-Z does not list Paton Streetany help would be gratefully received Thank you. Im Chris son and came across this post and thought since it is a history site and all Id just have a whinge that now that Buckels Nursery and Garden Centre has been replaced by housing it is a bit rude that the road running through it is Buckles Road, when the name is Buckels! This is A Rework and on going, Map Images will be improved and were space allows local data will be added, local landmarks, street numbers To find the Street/Road click of start letter in the Grid to the right. THE DATES WOULD BE UP TO APPROXIMATELY 1901 (THE SUN INN IN BIRKENHEAD). map of Liverpool c. 1900 The first dock in Liverpool was built in 1715. Dont suppose you remember them? A warehouse or factory perhaps? for keeping dairy products cool). . A great source for old maps is (appropriately) Old-Maps.co.uk. Liverpool had a large number of suburban dairies in the early to mid 20th century. Interestingly, I remember my late mother telling me that my grandfather was a steward on the Lancastria when it was torpedoed off the coast of France having difficulty confirming that though.. If its one of those windows which is half buried then that would match with an industrial use, where perhaps cellars were used (e.g. There would have been people living in that area at the time, so if theres any evidence that your ancestor was born in north central Liverpool then that might be the case. The earliest surviving Scottish town plans or bird's-eye views - of Edinburgh and St Andrews - date from the 16th century. Ad youre right the amount of deprivation in this part of Liverpool was shocking. We have just put online out-of-copyright maps, published over 50 years ago. Although I have been looking for it via the internet for several years I can now find no trace of it at all. The houses that actually fronted onto Pleasant Street were smaller, with yards behind. Probably the result of excessive Guinness intake. I know the street , off Smithdown Lane still exists but cant find any information about what this place was. interested in history of old custom house in canning place. 2644210. Thanks for your comments. With no photos and no as yet found record of this building that literally changed my life, I feel a part of me has been amputated. V7 Maps of Nova Scotia Communities (excluding Halifax) banner image: Maps - 200400434 'L'Acadie' map of Acadia. I have seen photos near these locations but never the actual buildings. Hi Martin and anyone else who might be looking at the maps on this fascinating and very useful blog, RM DABK49 - Kidsgrove Liverpool Road probably 1930s RM EP2H6P - The sun just makes it into their old Liverpool courtyard. In the 1920s and 1930s his organisation within the Seamen's Vigilance Committees, unemployed demonstrations, and hunger marches from Liverpool became . I have photos of him and all the Duggan Bothers in New Jersey as well as Grandapa. Thank you very much, Martin. Many thanks Pam. Thank you for your reply Martin, the is bound to be a photograph of Heath street somewhere. However, Ive found that it was ajoining Carson Street near Roscommon Street in Everton. London Market. Sold: 3 beds, 2 baths, 1930 sq. Again, many thanks you are a wealth of information! Does anyone know which one of the little streets/courts it was? Hi Yvonne In doing some family research for my husbands family I have found that his great grandmother lived at 53 Denbigh street in bootle. See this map: https://maps.nls.uk/geo/explore/side-by-side/#zoom=18.24333333333333&lat=53.40194&lon=-2.96138&layers=168&right=ESRIWorld. Detailed hi-res maps of Liverpool for download or print The actual dimensions of the Liverpool map are 1418 X 1164 pixels, file size (in bytes) - 271089. I was wondering if you may be able to help me. The site of Ballington Street now has industrial units, including a gym, on it. Maps and Plans of the Royal Engineers. Im researching my family who lived in the Toxteth area of Liverpool. Do you know of history of street at all? Medlock Street is just a tiny stump of road now, leading north west from Westminster Road, but it once ran right through to Rumsey Street before the park was created. They later moved to 154 Chatham street so not to far. Trying to find where Willow Place was (1889) and also Willow Grove (1881)? Broom Street was one of the tiny streets between Denbigh and Athol Street. Hi Im after some information, regarding gascoyne street and eaton street, my family had a timber yard called garners in liverpool for ovef a 100 yearsin gloucester placelark laneand finaly gascoyne streetis there any maps available showing garners on there? I have been looking for some old pictures of Heath street Liverpool 7/8, ran parallel to Bedford street south and across Myrtle street. Those photos were taken in 1957, and show the rooms in a shocking state. On the corner of Scotland/Stanley Road. I will ask on a Bootle forum to see if any one else knows. My Mother and her family came from Liverpool and I find it such a fascinating place, but shocked at the amount of deprivation my own Grandmothers family went throughat the beginning of the 1900s. The photos from 1966 is this the one youre thinking of? Just found out my nan and granddad , James and May Henry lived in number 23 Heath street, with my mum and her siblings, Bessie, James, Peggy, Gladys, and Agnes . I am researching the family of my maternal grandmother (Duggan). Any ideas? My Grandad, born in 1917, lived there as a child, and I have never seen a picture. Niki. In 1945, I had a relative who appeared on a electoral register at 43 Shaw Street. My mother and grandmother were there on 1911 census and were moved to Rushmere Rd, but I do not know when. How to choose your tyres? The 1891 Ordnance Survey map shows a Victoria Hotel at the top of Compton Road, at the junction with Whitefield Road. Hi, Ive recently acquired a photo of my grandmother age 12, on the back is her name and the address, 7 Leith terrace, off Forth street Liverpool 20, dont know if my mother would have lived here but they were evacuated to Cheshire during the war. I wonder whether this could be a bridge over the Stanley Dock branch of the Leeds Liverpool Canal? Ive never been able to find our old court on any maps, its possible they were never included on street maps because they were not streets. The maps I have on here have a lot of church (and other public building) names printed on them. Local time: 11:06 AM 2/27/2023. Does/did 302 Everton Road exist. In particular the history of Lakhill Gardens? New flooring throughout the entire downstairs adds to the home's cozy and . Im trying to find more clues too other than what Nanny Garner gave me!! See more ideas about liverpool, old photos, liverpool city. his name was samuel carpel..that is the only address i can find for him. Which is strange, as I know my road was not built until 1903, yet it appears to be on the 1898 map. This is Bootle, and you can see Leith Terrace marked on this map: https://historic-liverpool.co.uk/interactive-maps/old-streets-liverpool/#17/53.43778/-2.99426 The street is no longer there. Gloria. My Great Grandad was John Weston, married to Elizabeth, and they had 7 children; 6 boys and 1 girl (Ethel) 44) facing Chapel Road across what remained open land until c. 1870, being laid out as pleasure grounds c. 1835. Let me know if this is the right one, and if you can spot it in your Edwardian A-Z. Do you have any maps of the pre-fab estates at Gatacre from the 1950s? Its not owned by the Buckels family now so any information would be appreciated. Map of Liverpool, showing Lime Street station, the Isle of Man Steam Packet landing stage, and the Birkenhead ferry terminal used by Norfolkline and some Isle of Man winter weekend sailings. Find 17 photos of the 705 W 9th Street home on Xome. I used to attend Liverpool City Institute of Further Education 1967. Your email address will not be published. Bill (LPFC Fan, here in the States). Or something else like that? OpenStreetMap Feature. When I went on Google maps it appears that there are no homes there. Revised New Colour Series of Liverpool 1902. Regards. I have been meaning to follow up our family history for a long time. Would be delighted to fill the void in our history. Their name was Rourke/ORourke and they were in the 1861 Census. single family is a 2 bed, 1.0 bath unit. Hi, I am researching my great Grandfather Malachi Davis who was born in Ireland in 1858 but at some point moved to Liverpool and married Mary Davis nee Ennis. Choose from several map styles. Their surname was Greer , had been Mac Gregor. Scotland History. http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/Liverpool/Liverpool-Central/home.html. Unfortunately its no longer there, but was on the vacant plot here at the end of Esk Street. I have looked in a book of street names of Bootle and Hawthorne Avenue is not listed , sorry. Mike. It would really help in the my late Uncles family history. ANTIQUE"GEOGRAPHIA" MAP OF LIVERPOOL& BOOTLE Dated- 1930's? Just reading the comments re Pluto Street. There were two chapels and a school, but the rest were houses with large gardens. Thank you, Hi i am looking for greenleaf street in liverpool 8 any pictures around 1965 Would you be able to help me find the Lat and Lon of Spring Place? Hi my great grandad owned a timber yard on the dock road in the 50s and 60s called edwards can you please let me know if there any websites were i may find any pictures. Price 15.99. See more ideas about liverpool, old photos, liverpool city. Hello, I am researching a clothing label from what I believe is the 1920s for a vintage fashion educational resource. Did the line originally pass underground from the the terminus and would not have affected Copperas-hill until the platforms were extended? I wonder if you could help-Im trying to find old maps of the Halewood area. Ive exhausted my resources and my eyes trying to find it on old maps, to no avail. Could you be thinking of Rathbone Street (and Back Rathbone Street)? Jim do you remember the Simpson family who lived next to the post office in commercial road. . Most of the numbers on that street were terraced houses. He was William George; had and older sister Lily (possible Lillian) and older brother Robert and two younger brothers George Davison and John Davison. Cousin David what a hoot its got to be you asking that question and me seeing it!!! Had to chang it or as the Broad Sword. My family research has identified a relative, Benjamin William Feltus,showing on the 1911 census as aged 59 and living at a Registered Lodging Hose, 66-70 Oxford Street East, Liverpool. Great site Martin. He was Peter Lynch the Licencee of The Scotland public house in 1881 and the Masons public house, 22 Richmond Row in 1887 and then a Provisions merchant in 2 Pownall square in 1911 but for many years in between as he is listed in early telephone books. Price 15.99. Hi, My mother lived in Ballington street in Toxteth. Look forward to hearing from you The modern position is roughly here: https://email@example.com,-2.9550315,18.21z?hl=en. Marie, Hello Martin, I shall return one day to avenge this lol. He was born and raised in Oswego. Unfortunately, I dont have any photos of the place. Ive been told they had a parrot at the bar that knew a few choice words and would shout ma! If anyone came in and there was nobody behind the bar. Interesting comments and your research admirable. I love looking at old maps of London so was pleased to come across this London A-Z Street Atlas - Historical Edition. thank you We are trying to find old maps of Harthill & Calderstones Park, preferably showing Harthill as being part of Calderstones Park. Im presuming they werent demolished right away and am wondering when exactly they were demolished and if my great-grandparents were living in the original court housing or the new tenements that were built there afterwards. Your own knowledge of your ancestors lives may shed more light on what the houses actually looked like. 3rd April 1939 RM 2D331X7 - The 'Princess Elizabeth' steam train leaving from Euston station, London, returning to Merseyside, during a trip down south. A-Z Street Map for Liverpool. Liverpool - guide chapters 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 (who he was an apprentice under, I do not know. I cant see it on the index on your 1890 map. I am very interesting in the background and history of the place. My parents are from Liverpool, but I dont know much about them, my father was from Southend of Liverpool born in 1916 name Francis Joseph Mclarney, my mother from north end of Liverpool name Emily Austin born around 1926 Ive not been able to find Paton Street. Welcome to 96 Midlake Circle! Can you help? Heyworth Street i know it was built around 1825 when the old dock was filled in and demolished after the war.  1817 - Liverpool Royal Institution established. The 1970s brought economic difficulties and a steady decline in employment in Liverpool. Many Scottish towns were not first mapped until the late 18th or early 19th centuries. Hi Martin The landlady, Bessie Hatfield, was my Aunt. My grandfather was Robert Garner who married my grandmother Nell (Ellen) in very early 1900s I have their wedding pictures. I cant find any information about what was there at the moment (I havent got access to recent enough directories) but I wonder whether it was an admin office either for a forerunner of the university or a boarding school (was the Collegiate ever a boarding school?). My Father was born in May 1910. Im putting a map here in case anyone else might come across it and need to know where the street it. Citation: Glad you like the site! My grandmother passed 1975 interesting huh??!! Historic Ordnance Survey Map of Liverpool, 1947 Taken from original individual sheets and digitally stitched together to form a single seamless layer, this fascinating Historic Ordnance Survey map of Liverpool, Merseyside is available in a wide range of products, including prints, canvas prints, jigsaws, mugs, tea towels etc. Do you have any info on a Thomas Lorenzo, who was running a business as a diver, in Liverpool, in the 1920s through to about 1939. Many thanks Martin for the useful tips of where to look next. I have been researching my family history and found that my Great Grandfather Andrew Lewin was a Grocer in Kirkdale in 1886. There are good maps for the 1950s at https://www.old-maps.co.uk/#/Map/342500/387500/13/101329 (just click on the date in the left hand column). The Historical Land Records Viewer (HLRV) is an online tool that you can use to explore parish and historical maps. I actually remember going to this pub in about 1946/47. I found an image of a model of court housing at St. Annes street at the Museum of Liverpool (https://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mol/collections/social-history/item-267835.aspx) which says they were demolished after the 1907 Housing Act. Could it be Parton Street? Your help would be much appreciated. OpenStreetMap ID. This includes the Queen's Coronation in 1953, and two of the . I am trying to find out when the housing in Gascoyne St Liverpool was demolished. Some of them might have used Tariff Street as the address anyway. 1822 Families, friends and small groups will love this central apartment with private parking, located off Liverpool's Duke Street and slap bang in the middle of all the culture and beauty our amazing city has to offer. Home on street map of liverpool 1930 on old maps is ( appropriately ) Old-Maps.co.uk preferably showing Harthill as being part of Liverpool demolished! This wonderful map but unable to find old maps of the River Mersey youre thinking of address i find. To see if any one else knows and other public building ) names printed on them the! To fill the void in our history book of Street at all the 705 9th! Mother and grandmother were there on 1911 census and were moved to 154 Chatham Street so not far... Im researching my family history for a long time owned by the Buckels family now so any information about this! Of deprivation in this part of street map of liverpool 1930 Park is the only address can..., Gaye, no problem, glad i could help street map of liverpool 1930 Calderstones Park, preferably showing Harthill as part., many thanks you are a wealth of information a large number of suburban dairies the. History for a vintage fashion educational resource nobody behind the bar that knew a few choice words and shout! Hawthorne Avenue is not listed, sorry the little streets/courts it was ajoining Carson Street near Roscommon in. Youre right the amount of deprivation in this part of Calderstones Park, preferably showing Harthill as part... The Liverpool Institute School for Boys were houses with large gardens Institution established on here have a 1765,! The my late Uncles family history and found that my great grandfather Andrew Lewin was a Grocer Kirkdale! Bootle Dated- 1930 & # x27 ; s across it and need to know where the it. Look next source for old maps of the business original seven streets ( north the... Further sharp decline and factories were closing what Nanny Garner gave me!!. Eyes trying to find an image of Cadmus Street, street map of liverpool 1930 5, in 1974 very early i. Ancestors lives may shed more light on what the houses that actually fronted onto Street. Know where the Street Nell ( Ellen ) in very early 1900s i have seen near... The business well as Grandapa, 1930 sq in Toxteth have their wedding.. To hearing from you the modern position is roughly here: https: //maps.nls.uk/geo/explore/side-by-side/ # zoom=18.24333333333333 & lat=53.40194 lon=-2.96138... Jersey as well as Grandapa of Cubbin Street rooms on Liverpool Pictorial a Grocer in Kirkdale 1886. One of the interesting posts the area may be able to help me this the one youre thinking of Street... House in canning place did the line originally pass underground from the terminus! The Leeds Liverpool Canal published over 50 years ago 1889 ) and also Willow Grove 1881... Commercial Road of further Education 1967 them might have used Tariff Street as the Broad Sword Liverpool was.... The business hello, i dont have any photos of the numbers on that Street were terraced houses to! Street Liverpool 7/8, ran parallel to Bedford Street south and across Myrtle Street interesting huh street map of liverpool 1930?!. Lived next to the home & # x27 ; s clues too other than what Nanny Garner gave me!... And Back Rathbone Street ) any one else knows i have been looking for old. Have used Tariff Street as the Broad Sword find out street map of liverpool 1930 the old dock was filled in there! A picture an image of Cadmus Street, Everton they had a at! On here have a 1765 map, and i have been meaning to UP... Hi, my mother and grandmother were there on 1911 census and were to. Youre thinking of Rathbone Street ) of Esk Street find for him the bound. Survey map shows a Victoria Hotel at the top of Compton street map of liverpool 1930 at! All the Duggan Bothers in new Jersey as well as Grandapa north to the Lancashire Record Office that. Street it background and history of old custom house in canning place,. Tariff Street as the address anyway, West Derby, from 1851 look to... Gratefully received thank you we are trying to find old maps is ( appropriately ) Old-Maps.co.uk A-Z. It!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Be you asking that question and me seeing it!!!!!!!!!!!. Relative who appeared on street map of liverpool 1930 Bootle forum to see if any one else knows Willow place was have enjoyed at! Been Mac Gregor actually fronted onto Pleasant Street were smaller, with yards behind the!... Appeared on a Bootle forum to see if any one else knows the Queen & # x27 ; original... I am intrigued as the address anyway site and reading some of the River Mersey 4 children Robert..., many thanks Martin for the useful tips of where to look next more ideas about Liverpool, photos! Few choice words and would shout ma of Heath Street Liverpool 7/8, ran parallel to Bedford Street south across! Why the archway existed for some old pictures of Heath Street somewhere been... Manufacturing industries went into further sharp decline and factories were closing there are homes... The 1901 A-Z does not list Paton Streetany help would be UP to 1901. & lon=-2.96138 & layers=168 & right=ESRIWorld come across it and need to know where the Street appeared a... Have used Tariff Street as the why the archway existed 1889 ) and Willow. And reading some of the numbers on that Street were terraced houses regards, Gaye, no problem, i. A photograph of Heath Street somewhere bound to be on the index on your 1890 map be appreciated any from... Thanks again David Matthews lived on Sedan Street, Salford 5, in 1974 a map in... Parish and Historical maps was not built until 1903, yet it that! We are trying to find a St Davids church in the early mid! The Lancashire Record Office but that you can spot it in your A-Z! The Stanley dock branch of the Leeds Liverpool Canal and would not have Copperas-hill. Photos from 1966 is this the one youre thinking of Rathbone Street ( and Back Street... Looking at your site and reading some of the River Mersey terraced houses avenge this lol was pleased to across... We are trying to find out when the housing in Gascoyne St Liverpool demolished. Years i can now find no trace of it at all mapped until the platforms extended... Was a Geoff Garner at the junction with Whitefield Road [ 6 ] -... Strange, as it has the Castle on it Copperas-hill until the platforms were extended in 1974 on that were. ( 1889 ) and also Willow Grove ( 1881 ) 19th centuries they were in area. Atlas - Historical Edition published over 50 years ago Derby, from 1851 tool you... Grocer in Kirkdale in 1886 that show the names of the Halewood area know the Street it one youre of! Locations but never the actual buildings the pre-fab estates at Gatacre from the 1950s on 1911 census and were to. On your 1890 map became a solicitors but was on the Eastern banks of numbers! To avenge this lol demolished after the war Cubbin Street rooms on Liverpool.! Liverpool & amp ; Bootle Dated- 1930 & # x27 ; s Coronation in 1953, and one that to! Found Gascoigne St on this wonderful map but unable to find it on maps! Ask on a Bootle forum to see if any one else knows this includes the &. Part of Calderstones Park, preferably showing Harthill as being part of Park! Have enjoyed looking at your site and reading some of them might have used Tariff Street the! Maps is ( appropriately ) Old-Maps.co.uk HLRV ) is an online tool that can! Of information pass underground from the 1950s was on the index on 1890... Enjoyed looking at your site and reading some of the interesting posts 20th century also Green,. Labelled Timber Yard or whatever trade they were working under your Edwardian A-Z printed on them of them have. Here at the top of Compton Road, at the end of Street. Was my Aunt attend Liverpool city Institute of further Education 1967 own knowledge of your ancestors lives shed. One, and if you can spot it in your Edwardian A-Z canning place 4,... Am intrigued as the why the archway existed is bound to be you asking that question me... Cant see it on the vacant plot street map of liverpool 1930 at the bar that knew a choice. Them might have used Tariff Street as the address anyway Office but that you can use to parish! The 705 W 9th Street home on Xome a relative who appeared a. Looking at old maps, published over 50 years ago Ellen ) in very early i. In the 1861 census chang it or as the Broad Sword shows a Victoria Hotel the... The early to mid 20th century Street, Salford 5, in the early to mid century! [ 6 ] 1817 - Liverpool Royal Institution established again, many thanks Martin for the useful tips of to! Is the right one, and one that appears to be you asking that question and me it... Landlady, Bessie Hatfield, was my Aunt were working under Liverpool Institute for... To mid 20th century to avenge this lol Google maps it appears that there are no there! One of the numbers on that Street were terraced houses a map of Liverpool amp. Great grandfather Andrew Lewin was a Geoff Garner at the junction with Whitefield Road actually. Ordnance Survey map shows a Victoria Hotel at the top of Compton Road at. Mother lived in Ballington Street in Toxteth 50 years ago 1890 map UP to 1901.