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Re: Percivals of Winsford Cheshire England
Posted by: Brian Bennett (ID *****8127) Date: September 20, 2003 at 22:08:35
In Reply to: Re: Percivals of Winsford Cheshire England by F Ashton of 825

Hi Flo, Don't know if you are still looking and I don't have much to add, but I do know that Daniel Percival was mentioned in a book "Broughton and Cheetham Hill in Regency and Victorian Times" by Monty Dobkin.

"...Waterloo Road was built and partly developed, becoming the site of a plan by a forward-looking woolen merchant, Daniel PERCIVAL, to build streets of houses for artisans in this still very desirable area...built in 1857...given the gentlemen's own name..."

This area is about 1 mile north of Victoria Station in Manchester, England.


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