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Rainford Road, Billinge
Billinge and Seneley Green, 1980s
Credit: St Helens Local History & Archives (ref. ST25/3/1)
Item added : 27th April 2018
by St Helens Archive Service
ampearson Says –
I am trying to find some information on Seneley Green and the pub Lord Nelson at #67 listed in the 1861 Ashton census. You list a Lord Nelson on 71-89 Ramford street St Helens. In the 1871 census the public house was listed as #67 Seneley Green. Does that area now have another name? The photo you show of the Lord Nelson is in a row of houses and that fits since the census records lists other row houses on the street with the pub.
COMMENT ADDED 12th May 2019
St Helens Archive Service Says –
The photograph you are referring to is from the St Helens Local History & Archives collections. Can you email this question to the archives directly at lha@sthelens.gov.uk? Thank you
COMMENT ADDED 13th May 2019
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