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Resolved on the motion of Councillor Ellen, seconded by Alderman Gill:That the Common Seal of the Council be affixed to the Contract with the Automatic Electric Company Ltd., in connection with the supply and erection of automatic traffic signals to be installed at the junction of St Leonard's Road and Osborne Road.
That the Common Seal of the Council be affixed to the Contract with the Automatic Electric Company Ltd., in connection with the supply and erection of automatic traffic signals to be installed at the junction of St Leonard's Road and Osborne Road.
1-Sep-2015 03:37 PM
Pat Larkin wrote here:Noticing previously that the road's surface looked wet, might this feature, whatever it was, be some sort of watering-hole for the town's horses, or, with that horse standing beneath the head of the 'object', could it have doubled up as a showering facility of some sort? I have tried Googling, but, what does one 'google'?? Upon enlarging the head of the post, it looks as if it has been finished off properly. What I mean is, the end of the pipe has a clean finish to it, nothing is broken or misshapen.
15-Sep-2015 11:08 AM
I wrote:The Stag and Hounds in the days of G Hensley I have a Kelly directory here dating from the early 1930s and George Hensley is listed as landlord of The Stag and Hounds at that time, but the above photograph (courtesy of Michael S to whom our thanks) appears earlier and I would guess to be 1920s. It was taken by local photographer, J Spearman.
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20-Oct-2015 03:38 PM
Hello Alex and Jenna,The section of St Leonard's Road from the cemetery entrance to
Eton Cottage became 343 and Myrtle Cottage became 3711-8 Vine Cottages became 323-337 St Leonard's Road1-13 Bude Terrace became 345-369 (built in 1904)1-10 Wellington Terrace became 391-4091-9 Bryn Terrace became 413-429 or 411-427. (An inspection of the buildings would show more clearly.Number 421 was originally 5 or 6 Bryn Terrace.
Windsor library Local Studies section has a selection of directories which give the names of the early occupants.Good hunting!
17-Nov-2015 09:01 AM
10-Jan-2016 06:32 PM
I am an occasional visitor to this forum and I can confirm that my great grand- parents lived in 4 Bryn Terrace in 1896; and they were both employed at the big house that now comprises LEGOLAND. They moved from Bryn Terrace sometime before 1901 as they were recorded as living in Bolton Road at that time. They are both buried in the cemetery behind your house.
Do you know which house is number 4?
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