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Josiah Street

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Josiah Street (c1872- ) of the Metropole Garage, Blackpool.

1910 Mentioned as a motor car proprietor hiring its use.[1]

1911 Living at 99 Egerton Road, Blackpool: Josiah Street (age 39 born Oldham), Coach Builder. With his wife Jane G. Street (age 37 born Oldham) and their two children Bertha Street (age 11 born Blackpool) and Josiah Street (age 9 born Blackpool). Married thirteen years with two children. One servant.[2]

1916 Fined for driving a car with 'bright headlight'.[3]

1926 Mentioned as of the Hornsby Road Garage, Blackpool.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Lancashire Evening Post - Wednesday 23 November 1910
  2. 1911 Census
  3. Lancashire Evening Post - Thursday 09 March 1916
  4. Lancashire Evening Post - Thursday 07 October 1926