Old Photos of Witham

Top of Newland Street, decorated, perhaps Jubilee or Coronation

Taken: 1896-1905, Ref: M1843

Top of Newland Street, looking west. With flags and decorations, probably Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, 1897, or King Edward VII’s Coronation, 1902. Includes on left hand side of road, left to right, part of Red Lion (7 Newland Street, with name ‘H Wager’, who was there 1899 and 1902 directories, but not 1895 or 1906), 9 Newland Street (name hidden but board says ‘shaving … sal…’), 11 Newland Street (not shop), 13 Newland Street (‘J.G. Green’ ‘flowers …’, here c.1890-1911), 29 Newland Street and 31 Newland Street (‘ … Blyth, miller …’, here 1890 onwards), 33 Newland Street, 35 Newland Street, (37 hidden), White Hart, the Angel (39-41 Newland Street), (43-57 hidden), 59 Newland Street (to right of telegraph pole, two storey), 61 Newland Street (tall). Right hand side of road, left to right, 40 Newland Street (‘W Reed, furnishing ironmonger’, here 1874-1906), the George (36 Newland Street (‘Robert S Stoneham’, here 1890-1902), part of 34 Newland Street.

RefM1843
Date taken1896-1905
SourceLittlewood, Sue. Her mother Ivy Green was J G Green's grand-daughter
Posted on Full size 3031 × 2241

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