CAERLEON: JOHNS NEWPORT DIRECTORY 1939

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CAERLEON


POSTAL ADDRESS-CAERLEON, MON HALF-HOLIDAY-THURSDAY

AREA, 3,406 acres.

RATEABLE VALUE, 16,161.

POPULATION, 3,449.

Caerleon is an ancient market town, civil parish and Urban District, three miles N.R from Newport, and is a polling station for the parishes of Tredunnock, Llanhennock, Kemeys Inferior, Llanthewy Vach, Llandegveth, and Llangattock-Caerleon. It is situated on level ground on the right bank of the river Usk, and is connected by a substantial stone bridge with Caerleon village (Caerleon-Ultra-Pontem), which is in the parish of Christchurch, Geoffrey of Monmouth states that Caerleon was originally built in the third or fourth century before Christ. During the Roman occupation it was the headquarters of the second Augustan Legion, being the capital of the province of Britannia Secunda, and the remains of an amphitheatre are to been seen in a field to the south of the church, together with parts of the town wall. A new series of excavations were commenced in 1926, under the direction of the Director National Museum ot Wales on a site secured and presented for the purpose by one of the principal London daily newspapers. The result has been to lay bare many very interesting buildings and foundations. Choice specimens of Roman pottery, amber, ornaments, etc. have also been recovered, and the work is still proceeding. There is likewise a large artificial mound now known as the Mount. As early as A.D. 314 Caerleon was the seat of a Bishopric (283 years before the arrival of St. Augustine). It is also noteworthy for its historical connection with King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. Many valuable and interesting relics of the Roman occupation have been discovered and are deposited in the Legionary Museum, admission to which can be obtained on application at the Schoolhouse opposite. At the Hanbury Arms there is a room where Tennyson wrote part of his" Idylls of the King." The Afon- Llwyd or Torvain, which rises on the western side of the Blorenge mountain, joins the Usk a little to the N.E. of the town. There is a railway station connected with Newport, Pontypool, and Hereford section of the Great Western system, and the Eastern Valleys line to Cwmbran, Pontypool and Blaenavon.

PLACES OF WORSHIP.- Parish Church, S. Cadoc. Rev. Hugh Owen Williams, M.A., vicar, The Vicarage. Services: Sundays, 8 a.m., 11, and 6. Churchwardens, W. G. Lovett and C. Thorn. Organist and Choirmaster, Vernon Thorn. Roman Catholic Church in High Street. There are also Baptist and Methodist chapels. The parish is in the Rural Deanery of Newport and Archdeaconry and Diocese of Monmouth. A beautiful War Memorial taking the form of a Lych Gate was unveiled and dedicated at the parish church in 1920 by Bishop Crossley, and a town's War Memorial has also been erected.

POSTAL.-Letters from all parts arrive (from Newport) at 4.15 a.m., 6.15 a.m., 9.50 .a.m. (North), and 3.15 p.m., and are despatched thereto at 9.0 a.m., 11.15 a.m., 1.0 p.m. 5.15 p.m., 7.15 p.m., 8.0 p.m., no 5.15 p.m. and 7.15 p.m. on Saturdays. It is a Money Order, Telegraph office, and Savings bank office, and Telephone. Postmaster-A. H. Strong; Office hours, 9-7 p.m., 9-1 Thursdays, 9-10.30 Sundays.

COUNTY COUNCILLOR.-E. L. Lyne.

URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.-W. H. Collings, Morgan Davies, ,V. G. Lovett, J. A. Williams (Chairman), A. K. Jones, Col. Blethyn T. Rees, T. Shierson, J. Dowden, C. E. Gough, A. Baker, E. Baulch and Mrs. G. Jones. Meets first Wednesday in the month at 6.30 p.m. ,Clerk-Major Mostyn Llewellin. Medical Officer of Health-Dr. ,V. H. Reynolds.

RATING OFFICER.-R. H. Green.

SURVEYOR.-Frank S. Swash.

ENDOWED Schools - Founded and endowed in the year 1724, by Charles Williams, Esq. The endowment produces about 900 annually from the letting of various farms and land in the County, and from dividends on money invested. John Moxon, O.B.E., clerk, Newport. Boys' School-Walter Lovatt, master. Girls'-Miss Justine Morgan, mistress. Infants'-Miss Olive Irene Dean, mistress.

NEWPORT MENTAL HOSPITAL.-Accommodation is provided for 368, with administrative offices sufficient for 500 patients. Dr. Magnus Mackay, resident medical officer; and Mr. J. Bass, clerk.

PETTY SESSIONS for the district are held every month. Mostyn Llewellin and J. Pearce Keene, joint clerks, Stow Hill, Newport.

G.W. STATION.-J. Taylor, stationmaster.

COUNTY CONSTABULARY, GOLDCROFTCOMMON.-P.C. Eugene Hourihan, officer-in-charge, P.C. Edward Pughe.

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE OFFICER.-Reginald Nicholls, 2 Broadwalk.

MONMOUTHSHIRE TRAINING COLLEGE.- John Owen, M.A., principal.

HALLS.-Conservative Hall. British Legion, Secretary: James Kennear, 33 Goldcroft Common. Caerleon Social Club, Secretary: Joseph Jones, Uskside House.

REGISTRAR, BIRTHS, MARRIAGESAND DEATHS.-R. H. Green.

ARTHUR STREET from Cecil Terrace
1 Meredith Thos. F., labourer
2 Stamp Wm., tinworker
3 Williams Mrs. Rachel
4 Gwynne James
5 Wilson Mrs. F. C.
6 Waters Bertram J.
7 Waters John B., fellmonger
8 Morton Leslie, labourer
9 Hill Alfred J., tinworker (return)
10 Helmore A. W., G.W.R.
11 Burgham Wm. J., tinworker
12 Pattemore Arthur. G.W.R.
13 Roberts Gilbert Roy, tinworker
14 Beese Walter
15 Jones Mrs. Mary M.
16 Evans James B., tinworker
17 Burgharn Wm., tinworker
18 Mayo Charles, tinworker

BACKHALL STREET from 17 Mill Street to Cross Street
Jobbins Miss, tea shop
1 Davies Mrs Mary
2 Watts Mrs. Clara
3 Bellringer Mrs. Annie
4 Miller Rees, G.W.R.
5 Prince Edwin C
6 Kilvington Fred E., clerk
7 Thomas Eric, butcher
8 Griffiths Wm., G.W.R.
9 Holmes W. G., ironworker
10 Watson Frank J., general stores (return)
Ralph George R, London inn
15 Povall Arthur R., labourer
16 Davies, H.L., tinworker
17 Thomas Miss -
18 Bolton J. W., chauffeur
19 Evans Evan, labourer
20 Harris, Mrs. Minnie
21 Jones Mrs. Clara
22 Jones Mrs. F. A.
23 Whittle R., tinworker
Morgan Misses C. & M., The Hall
Lewis Ivor, Lynne House
24 White J.B. mason
25 Jones Edwin G., ironworker
26 Davies Oliver, salesman
26a Jones Mrs. F. E., general shop
27 Friskney Mrs F.
29 Kembray Mrs. Eliza
31 Knorz C. P., baker
32 Sargant Wm. haycutter
33 Davies Dd. W., salesman
34 Headon Charles gardener
35 Edwards Thomas, baker
36 Pearce A. H. lorry driver
Davies Mrs. M. Red Lion
37 Griffiths Albert E, ironworker
38 Thyer Henry, G.W.R.
39 Simmonds W. C., tinworker
40 Dolphin W.G., G.W.R
41 Holmes F. P., ironworker
42 Oakey Alfred S., G.W.R.
43 Davies Tom G., butcher
44 Thomas Fred, labourer

BODDINGTON TERRACE.
1 Crossman Henry, gardener
2 Bowden George, forgeman
3 Morris Frank, gardener
4 Stafford George, G.W.R.
5 Stewart John, fellmonger

BROADWALK. from Station Road to Lodge. (LEFT HAND SIDE)
la Williams Ivor A., school attendance officer Greycott
1b Shierson F. R., Beryldene
1c Williams Mrs. Annie, St. Just
1d Ayliffe Mrs. Margaret E.
1 Davies S. J.
2 Randall Arthur J., relieving officer
3 Davies Alfred E., blacksmith
4 Meredyth Rev. Ioam
5 Stretton Miss Connie, teacher
6 Void
7 Bolton Arthur Edward
8 Saunders A., fitter
9 Jones Wm. Thos., chem engineer
10 Williams Gilbert, clerk
11 Banner Henry J., butcher
12 Tilney Edgar Arthur, G.W.R.
13 Thomas Leslie, clerk
14 Wyld Evan Edward, tinworker
15 Young Walter E., steelworker
16 Richards Rev. Ivor John, B.A.
17 Roberts Robert
18 West George, musician
19 Bennett Mrs. E. (return)
Edmunds Mrs. Beatrice May, Astonia
Hill Sidney, foreman, Landowne
Parry Mrs. M., Limberlost
Parry J. H., Limberlost
Voss Alfred, teacher, Gayla
Banner Arthur, Glen Rose
Whitehead G., Kia-Ora
28 Davies Stanley Chas., clerk
29 Jones Fred, Lavender house
30 Thorn C. G., G.W.R.
31 Williams Wm.
Brangham Ernest, The Tors
George P. E., sea captain, Rheola
Milard Harry, Broad house

CARLTON TERRACE. from Hanbury Garage, High Street
Bennett Reuben R, St. Winifreds
4 Morgan Mrs. M. A.
3 Evans Evan
2 Banner Thomas V., fellman
1 Evans Clarence G., clerk

CASTLE STREET. from High Street RIGHT HAND SIDE
12 Hutchings Wm., building contractor
11 Williams Thomas, tinworker
10 Cook R, steelworker
9 Talmadge Charles
8 Griffiths W. G.
7 Barnaby Miss M., The Manse
BAPTIST CHAPEL
6 Williams George, tinworker
5 Davies Cecil G.
4 Clarke Wm,
3 Void
2 Void
1 Williams Mrs. Sarah

CECIL TERRACE. from 5 Mill Street
Greenaway W. L., tinworker
2 Void
3 Stamp Gilbert, tinworker
4 Bennett Charles, docker
5 Lewis Joseph, labourer
6 Vickery Henry J., tinworker
here is Arthur Street
7 Kelly Ernest, steelworker
8 Gear Edward, tinworker
9 Waters Wm. J., G.W.R.
10 Miles George, tinworker
11 Goad J. K., milkman
12 Fardoe F., labourer
13 Wollan Geo.
14 Turner Mrs. Florence
15 Edmunds Mrs. M. L., shop

CHURCH STREET. from Town Hall, High St. to Backhall Street RIGHT HAND SIDE
1 Dibble wm. S., butcher
2 Phillips Hartwell, finworker
3 Hodges John T., tinworker
4 Marsh Wm., electrical engineer
5 Dally Thomas J., G.W.R.
6 Bartlett Mrs. F. E.
7 Jamie Mrs. Aunie
8 Hurley Wm., G.W.R. driver
9 Phillips Misses K. E. & A.
10 Richards L., plasterer
11 Parry Edwin, labourer
12 Miles John, labourer (return)
UNIONIST HALL
13 Giddings Jack, gardener
14 Hill H. R, roadman
15 Hines Mrs. Mary Ann
16 Derrick Mrs. F. E.
17 Sweet Jack,labourer
18 Sadler Joseph, stamper
19 Moseley Percy
CAERLEON METHODIST CHURCH
24 Stewart Ernest, caretaker
25 James Mrs. Jane E.

COLDBATH ROAD. from Lodge Road to Railway (return)
CAERLEON RACE COURSE

COLLEGE ROAD. from Ponthir Road
Francis Archibald R, Lichfield
Parry Mrs. M. J., Taly-Garn
Tamplin John, St. Dunstans
Scott William P, engineer
Buck Wm. John, colliery manager, Gellygron
Bass John H., secretary, Penybont
Owen John, M.A., principal training college, The Residence
Westren Herbert, College lodge
Christie Miss Caroline, matron, The College
Webley Thos. John, master, The College
Hogg James, manager, Felthorpe

CROSS STREET. from the Bull Inn, High Street, to Backhall Street
1 Brown W. A., tailor
2 Harding (Caerleon) Ltd., grocers
3 Greenway Mrs. Catherine
4-5 Davies & Morgan, drapers
6 Co-operative Stores
7 Mills Cecil, greengrocer
8 Void
9 Mrs. E. Mansfield
10 Lloyd Wm. E.
Stark G. W., Prospect house
15 Hill Ivor, tinworker
(return)
16 Bickerton Wm. A., labourer
17 Jenkins M. H., boot repairer
18 Davies Edward A.
19 Edser Miss Mabel, shop
20 Void
21 Rawle Mrs. G., general shop

FORGE COTTAGES. from Ponihir Road
1 Blunt Wm. H., tinworker
2 Williams Mrs. Agnes B.
3 Davies George, tinworker
4 Adams Regd., tinworker
Lewis Thomas, Forge farm

GOLDCROFT COMMON. from Station Road to High Street RIGHT HAND SIDE
Morgan Thos., butcher
Jones Garfield, tob., com. and newsagt.
Jones Luther, Goldcroft Inn
Stafford Percival H., Caerau
33 Kinnear James
32 Langmead Regd., clerk
31 Cooper Albert M., motor driver
30 Jones Austin K., Senlac
29 Walker Thomas, timber merchant
28 Humphries John
27 Harris John coal merchant
26 Kembrey Edward J
Baulch H., undertaker & sculptor
25 Vaughan Benjamin J., Rose cottage
24 Baulch Harold, undertaker, Penry house
23 Baulch Frank, Coed Nant
22 Marsh Wm. H., Beeston house
Monger Mrs. Mary, Drovers Arms
Nash E., tinworker
Dean Miss O. I., schoolmistress, Danebury
17 Chilcott Mrs. Margaret, Alston cottage
LEFT HAND SIDE
Woollen Arthur, Angel Hotel
Caerleon Riding School, proprietor Howell Mark
Simmonds C. P. & Sons, grocers
Lewis Mrs. A., Rhos-Celyn
Roberts Mrs. L. J., Ailbryn
Williams 1. A., Kia-Ora
Richards C. D., postman, Delroi
Stormouth D. W., works manager, Dilga
Green Mrs. F. S., Cantal
Mills Phillip, G.W.R. ticket inspector, Hyndford
Police Station-P.C's. Hourihan and Pughe
Rees Col. Blethyn Treharne; The Croft

GOLDCROFT COMMON COTTAGES. from High Street
12 Kilvington R., fish bar
13 Morgan Miss L.
14 Hill Frederick, annealer
15 Brewer Frank, roadman
16 White Miss Rose

HIGH STREET. from Town Hall to River Bridge
TOWN HALL
Caerleon Agricultural Stores, Ltd.
here is Caerleon Park
Cookes Mrs., Amphitheatre cafe
Williams Rev. Hugh Owen M., The Vicarage
1 Miles Wm., bricklayer
2 Powell Arthur, G.W.R.
3 Storey Mrs. Loie
4 Stallard Miss E. J., teacher
LEGIONARY MUSEUM OF CAERLEON
5 Golledge Alfred, painter and plumber
6 Wookey wm. J., tinworker
7 Nash Edris Geo., tinworker
Jones Humphrey, Bull Inn
Osborne Mrs. M. J., The Firs
Barclays Bank
9 Bowen D. V., art shop
10 Bateman Reg., hairdresser
11 Hayward John, bricklayer
Harris Wm., bootmaker
Nork Mrs. Amy, Magnolia
13 Batt Harold J., steelworker, Ash cottage
14 Bowen John Victor, Mound cottage
Dawson Geoffrey B., The Mynde
15 Brown John, G.W.R.
Pratt Dr. Francis, The Mynde house
16 Dixon Leonard, tinworker
17 Lewis Herbert John, painter
18 Morgan Thomas, bricklayer
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Badman Ernest G., Ty-Graig
here is Uskside
Coles Arthur Charles, Hanbury Arms
here is River Bridge
(return)
Bennett R. R, Hanbury garage
Bleay Henry, Bridge house
Price Arthur, water bailiff
Marchant George H., tinworker
Skinner Mrs. Eliza A.
Rendle Miss E., ladies hairdresser
23 Simms Charles, gardener
24 Waters C. E., G.W.R. 66 Perkins Wm. j., attendant
Caerleon house-void
25 J ones Samuel, carpenter
27 Tavlor Wm., custodian Office of Works
28 Skuse Wm., butcher
here is White Hart Lane (return)
Walkley Albert E., White Hart Hotel
Davies Mrs., confectioner.
Davies William Homfray, Bank house
Strong A. H., Post Office, Tel. No. 218, Caerleon
32 Cannon John H., painter
33 Keene James Pearce, Hollywood house
34 Webb Sir Henry, The Priory
35 Rickard Miss Agnes .L.
Reynolds Dr. W. H., M.R.C.S. (ENG.),
L.R.C.P. (LOND.), Broad Towers
here is Broadway leading to Amphitheatre.
Lovett Walter G., schoolhouse


ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Green Russell, The Broadway


LANSDOWN ROAD.
off Broadwalk
Young Reginald, tin worker, St.Donats
Stamp Brynmor, tinworker


LODGE AVENUE.
from Lodge Road.
RIGHT HAND SIDE.
2 Nash John, salesman
4 Richards Mrs. M.
6 Povall Arthur
8 Evans Trevor J., tinworker
10 Campion W., carpenter
12 Davies S. J., tinworker
14 Trew G. H.
16 Chandler H. G., brickworker
18 Strong H. J., millman
20 Singleton F., millman
22 Strong W. J., tinworker
24 Daking Albert, steelworker
26 Pearce Martin, road man
28 Campbell Robert, G.W.R.
30 Dally Emrys, labourer
32 Dixon Righteous, roadman
34 Wallan Geo., tinworker
36 Kembrey Wm. R, labourer
38 Bowden Evan, tinworker
40 Edmunds John A., gardener
42 Hayward Ernest A., labourer
44 Burrows Francis A., steelworker
46 Harris Henry A., gardener
48 Duffield Herbert, tin worker
50 Waters Harry
52 Bourne Wm. John
54 Jones Emlyn, male nurse
56 Pugh Ivor, male nurse
58 Wollen Arthur, groom
60 Anstey, Geo. B. I., tinworker
62 Waters Herbert, roadman
64 Freburg Otto Herman, ironworker
68 Pritchard Wilfred G.. tinworker
70 Hill Chas. sweep
70a Haynes Alfred
69 Douglas Josiah
67 Holland Robt
65 Douglas Josiah
63 Tutton Fred, g-ardener
61 Perkins Ernest, waggoner
59 George Mrs. Bessie
57 Pritchard Arthur 1., chauffeur
Edwards Herbert W., tin worker
53 Dixon George, tinworker
51 Bamford Ronald, tinworker
49 Hill Samuel C. tinworker
47 Carver Lemuel, labourer
45 Raines Stanley, tinworker
43 Jones Garfield, baker
41 James Wm. H., tinworker
39 Evans Jessie R, labourer
37 Dando Robert L. G.W.R.
35 Dixon John, labourer
33 Batt Edward G., mason
31 Hopkins Felton, tinworker
29 Asquith Arthur W., tinworker
27 Williams Albert, steelwkr
25 Jones Percy 0., labourer
23 Gully Stanley, baker
21 Stewart Mrs. Elizabeth
19 Henley Frank, Tor Vain
17 Collins Charles, Avalon
15 Owen D. J., manager, Hillside
13 Notley Geo., Highfield
11 Williams R, attendant
9 Hill W. r.. tinworker
7 Brush R., tin worker
5 Price Mervyn, clerk
3 Taylor William, gardener
1 Powell John
1a Morgan Thos.C., Lodge Stores


LODGE ROAD.
from Broadwalk to Lodge Avenue
Richards Mrs. Astley, St. Elmo
Davies John, colliery manager, Kingsvale
Gabriel J. R, college master, Fern villa
Lewis John, Moss villa
Collins G. S., North Elm
Arnold Arthur Wm., ironmonger, Hazel ho
Taylor Alfred, stationmaster, Rose villa
Varteg Villa-void
Phillips Rev. J. R, Ty-Clyd
Lewis :Miss A. L., High Croft
Smith Mrs. -., Oakwood bungalow
Jones Edward, Grey bungalow
Wilson Col. John Alan, Stone Cottage
Newport Mental Hospital


STAFF COTTAGES
Mental Hospital attendants
Perkins Henry
2 Nelmes Evan A.
3 Allen Wm. R.
4 Bound William
5 Akehurst Ernest
6 Bound J. A.
7 Gittings G.
8 James Frank
9 Evans Robert
10 Williams Victor, Cartref
11 Hussey Walter J.
12 Brooks Arthur, gardener
13 Richards Reginald, Hazel Dell
Lyons Harry, The Knoll
Morgan Wm. Charles, Larkfield
Jordon William F., Craigwell
Geary J. G., Granoke
Tugwell Charles E., Penylan
Pope Cyril, Barrowby
here is Lodge Avenue
Maddocks Harold A., motor mechanic, St.
Margarete
Gough Charles E., Shaftesbury villa
Anning Henry H., Seaton villa
Stamp David J., tinworker, Chingford
Taylor Ernest, tailor, St. Aarons
Slatter Albert V., G.W.R., St. Omer
Lewis Mrs. E., Highmead
Davies Wm. I., tinworker, Ashleigh
Williams Vernon B., insurance agent, The Bungalow
(return)
Mill George, electrician, The Lodge
Mackay Dr. Magnus, Pollards Well
Davies John, chief attendant Mental Hosp., The Lodge
Howard Miss, matron Mental Hospital
Harris Charles, bailiff, Home farm


MILL STREET
from Angel Hotel, Goldcroft Common to Uskside
RIGHT HAND SIDE
Barrett Bertram A., chauffeur
Cook James, bricklayer
Evans James, tinworker, Ty Melyn
Francis Cyril J., chauffeur, Hillview
Cook James R., Heathfield
Strong Fredk, tinworker
Fletcher Edgar, printer, Braeside
Farr Arthur A., labourer
Watkins Arthur, tinworker
4 Jenkins Thos. G., labourer
5 Griffiths wm., clerk
6 Watkins Arthur, fitter
7 Barker Mrs. A.
8 Brangham Miss N.
9 DowIe Arthur J.
10 Hillier, Mrs. E. J.
11-12 Bateman we,
15 Bennett Miss Lola
16 Void
17 Edwards J. H., steward
here is Bachhall Street
24 Westren Henry, gardener
25 Gill Alex, labourer
26 Taylor S. C.
26aBufton -, G.W.R.
26bParker Wm. D., ironworker
27 James Miss Jane
Morgan Mrs. L., Millbrook house
Shea Jeremiah
(return)
Davies Morgan, Tanhouse farm
Lysaght Mrs. John, Willow cottage
Witchell Robert W., Moreton
Watkins Miss Winifred, Walbrook House
Cambria House, Public Assistance Homes
Williams Mrs. H. Bosley, matron-in-charge
29 Tilley John, gardener
30 Gray Miss A.
31 Young Arthur, labourer

32 Bunting Arthur
35 Taylor George, tinworker
36 Davies Ernest, fitter
Caerleon Unemployed Association
Broadwell-void


MUSEUM STREET
from the Museum, High St. to Backhall St.
RIGHT HAND SIDE
4 Watkins Frederick G.
2 Yapp James, brickworker
(return)
Adams Mrs. Edith M


PARISH CHURCH-ST. CADOC
5 Waters W. J.
6 Jones Joseph, tinworker
7 Void
Telephone Call Office
McLaughlin William, blacksmith


NORMAN STREET.
from 4 Mill Street to Church Street
1 Watts Cecil G., tinworker
2 Jones W. H., painter
3 Gallaway J.
4 Young J. VV.,gardener
5 Young Benj. Wm., ironworker
6 DowIe Tom, painter
7 Bowerman Frank v:
8 Phillips Mrs. E. A.
9 Lewis J ohn, G.P.O.
10 James Victor, chauffeur
(return)
Bowerman Mrs. Everal E., Holmlea
ST. CADOC HOMES-Matron, Miss G.A.B. Jones,


NORMAN TERRACE. from Norman Street
1 Haines Mrs. Rose
2 Williams John E., tinworker, Rosedene
3 Humphries Gordon, G.W.R., Waverley ho


PONTHIR ROAD from Ponthir to Station Rd.
Westren H. F., clerk, Inglenook
Evans W. D: tin worker, Gwynfryn
Merchant William Moelwyn, Bryn Hafod
Wilson Chas. H., Cranleigh
Scannell, R. G., clerk, The Crest
Lewis \V. M., Oakdene
Warburton Jesse E., tinworker, Glen View
Evans Thomas M., clerk, Lumley
Bythway Hugh Milton, Glyn-Hir
Harding Herbert G., grocer, Pentwyn.
Simpson Charles, Westoe
Murfin Mrs. Emily, Sunningdale
White Mrs. Gertrude, High Fields
Baulch Ernest, Hill Grove Jones
Banner Mrs. Nellie, Fair Field
Williams Reg. F. Kewer, Merridale
Roberts Miss Alice, Linslade Curle
Cox Ernest J., G.W.R., Devoran house
Griffin Frederick, Vorda Richards
Powell Leslie, Rising Sun Inn
Partridge Jones & John Paton Ltd., Caerleon tinplate works
Jones Austin, mechanic, Forge House


RAILWAY TERRACE.
from Ponthir Road
1 Banner Ernest, fellmonger
2 Watkins Alfred George, school teacher
3 Haddock Evan Harold
4 Lusty George R, electrical engineer
5 Banner John, fellman


STATION ROAD.
from Goldcroft Common to Station Approach
LEFT HAND SIDE
I Tyldesley Alfred T., boot repairer
1a Lusty G. R., engineer
Ib Lewis A. V., chemist
2aLloyds Bank Ltd.
2 Coopey Lewis W., G.W.R.
3 Jones Herbert E., baker
4 Barnes Nurse E. H.
Burgun Mrs. Jessie
5 Jones Mrs. A., grocer
Gardner Mrs. Jane, Hinaidi
Herbert Mrs. F. J., Brynderwen
Pearce A. S., Brynhyfydd
Broomfield Samuel, acctnt, Greylands
Waite W. J .. ins agent, South View
Gould Mrs. M. E.
Scammell Henry T. Hall C. A. P., 2 ships cottages
Stone Mrs. M. A., Goldcroft villa
Pope Mrs. 1. L. Heath Jim, Ship Hotel
True Harry, Glen Dower
Llewellyn R. 0., grocer


TRAM ROAD. from Uskside to Mill Street
1 Roberts William J., tinworker
2 Underwood Jack
3 Roberts Willi am P., tinworker


USKSIDE. from Castle Street to Mill Street
Coles Arthur Charles, Hanbury Arms.
Mapp E. T., chauffeur
2 Void
4 Snook B. R., contractor
5 Tripp William
11 Void
Bungalow-void
Caerleon Social Club Secretary Joseph Jones, Uskside House


USK ROAD
Jordan Ernest C., Glenplas
Jacobs I., Hillcrest
Smith H. B., Brynderi, docks manager
Jones David, Hawthorne cottage.
Adcock Henry, Bungalow
Walker Thos., timber merchant
Curle William, Usk Road Garage
Curle Wm., Glen Haven
Richards Geo., New Tree cottage
Hewinson Leslie, Gas Works House
Elston Mrs., Little Bungalow


WHITE HART LANE.
from White Hart Hotel to High St.
Baker George, Hanbury cottage


CAERLEON VILLAGE (Christchurch side of River Usk).
Adams Trevor. Fern Cottage
Barnett Miss N. B., Chantry, Old Hill
Berry Allan P., printer, Castle cottage
Bevan Charles, gardener, Yew Tree cottage
Blythe Edwin, coal mer., Marrow cottage
Blythe Fredk, May cottag-e
Bowen E., I ships cottages
Bullmoor Lido, Adams W., managing drctr.
Church Kenneth C.. Castle House
Cook Wm. H., Woodview, Old Hill
Danks H. B., labourer, Cromwell cottage
Davies Wm., groundsman, 1 Riverview
Derrett R., milkman, Holly house
Diamond J., Coad, Bullmoor road
Dixon Wm., labourer
Eddolls Dick S., Glenview, Old Hill
Friend A., newsagent, Pear Tree house
Gill Mrs. -., Avalon, Bullmoor road
Green Geo., clerk, Downderry, New road
Greenland G. P., Great house
Haines F., Bullmoor farm
Harris George, Ashwell
Higgs G. H., taxi driver
Hollister F. W., civil servant, Glan-yr-fon
James Harry, Ivy cottage
Jeffries W., shopkeeper, Old Toll house
Jenkins, Cecil W., bricklayer, 2 Aswell villa
Jones A. E., Glanyrafon Stores
Jones Charles, registrar, Isca Grange
Jones Fred, King's Arms Cottage
Lawrence Geo.,Bracken, Old Hill
Lawrence H., builder, Lulworth house
Lewis William, 2 Riverview
Lyne E. L., Clawdd
Morgan Ivor J., King's Arms
Paton G. W., The Hill
Phillips A., Spring grove
Rossitter Clarence, dock worker, Lincoln cott
Sargent Charles A., Castle cottage
Sawtell Joseph, bricklayer, I Ashwell villa
Sparks Arthur, Tower view
Sparks G. W., Glan-yr-fon Cottage
Thomas Mrs. N., shop
Thomas Thomas, G.W.R., Pleasant view
Waggett Thos. c., Castle cottages
Wall E. R., Glandwyr
Walkley Thos., Glan-yr-for cottage
White G., Bullmoor road
White Harold Edward, Bell Inn
White J., milkman
White & Dowden, corner shop
Young Albert, coal merchant, Christine,
New road
Young Eli G., tinworker, Ashwell Bungalow
Young Herbert, Hambrook cottage
Young N. J., Belle Vue


LULWORTH ROAD. (In Caerleon Village).
8 Pippin Geo. E., G.W.R., Carna
7 Horman Wm, G.
6 Wilks Aubrey, van driver
5 Povall Wm., storekeeper
4 Ledger Fredk., roadman
3 Vickery Lewis, coal merchant
2 Warren Thos. A., crane driver
1 Williams :Mrs. S. J.


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