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Looks like we agree  :)

I'm looking through the list of streets in Calton for the 1871 census and the nearest that I can find so far is New Street.


PS - it's either 51 or St. ??




I read it as 51 New Street, Calton.

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The only other thing that I can think of is to look through this Street Directory of Glasgow 1870-71. Unfortunately, it doesn't list Calton separately. It might take many hours!

https://digital.nls.uk/directories/browse/archive/84392833?mode=gallery_grid&sn=30

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I'm looking through the list of streets in Calton for the 1871 census and the nearest that I can find so far is New Street.

Add - can you put up more of the cert so that we can compare more letters forms.

PS - it's either 51 or St. ??

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Is he the Hugh living at 46 St James Street, Tradeston  in the  1871- aged 44, b. Ireland. Wife Catherine and a chainmaker.  It seems to fit the snip that you've put up

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Is the gent wearing a winged collar? The woman’s hat is that typical of the 20s for an elderly woman?

I don't think so - it's very 1920s (possibly early - mid 20s)

Add - my connection is misbehaving. I think it looks like a clip/bar under the knot which was fashionable then

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Road name Gateshead 1899
« on: Sunday 23 January 22 14:34 GMT (UK)  »
I saw Leopold and wondered  :D

Add - those squiggled  ds

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If anyone can find anything about her in that area, you can  :)

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Road name Gateshead 1899
« on: Sunday 23 January 22 14:03 GMT (UK)  »
Is this any good


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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Road name Gateshead 1899
« on: Sunday 23 January 22 13:41 GMT (UK)  »
 :)

PS - might be *po*

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