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Newtown
Originally a terrace of 7 cottages abutting Nutt's Lane at the lefthand end.  An eighth was added later at the righthand end. Then developed into 5 dwellings (1 and 2 became No. 1 Newtown; 3  became No. 2; 4 & 5 became No. 3; 6 & 7 became no. 4; and 8 became No. 5.  In 1962 Nos. 1 & 2 were demolished leaving Nos. 3, 4 & 5, now called 29, 31 & 33 Church Lane.

33 Church Lane (formerly 5 Newtown)
originally  the last of a row of 8 cottages.

Summary of Ownership and Occupation

Date

Owners

Occupiers

Supporting Documents

pre

1959

John Baptist HEEB

Ivy Florence JONES

1.Conveyance of No. 5 between J. B. HEEB and Mrs I. F. JONES dated 9 Nov 1959

1959-

Ivy Florence JONES

Ivy Florence JONES

1.Conveyance of No. 5 between J. B. HEEB and Mrs I. F. JONES dated 9 Nov 1959

1960

Albert John MOORE

1.Conveyance between A. J. MOORE and Douglas George JUPP dated 31 Dec 1960
2.Memory of Esmie JUPP, wife of D. G. JUPP

1991-

1.John Francis STOLZ
2.Jane Catherine IRONS

1. Deed of Release between Mr. & Mrs.HARVEY and J. F. STOLZ & J. C. IRONS dated 30 Jul 1991