Situated between Chapel Street and Trafalgar Road.
|1830||Rev. Eliel DAVIS||clergy|
|1844-51||Charles REDSTONE||plumber &c|
|1844||James DORE||shopkeeper, grocer &c|
|1844||Joseph DORE||shopkeeper, grocer &c|
|1851||Albert MIDLANE||brazier & tinman|
|1851||Edward RASHLEY||shopkeeper, grocer &c|
|2||1904-14||Fred & Ellen PEACH||Fred was a Blacksmith|
|1911||Fred PEACH jnr.||Age 14 Ironmongers Errand boy|
Corpl. Jacob Peach, of the 5th Dragoon Guards, son of Mr. F. Peach, of Union-street, who was mentioned in Sir John French’s despatches and received the Distinguished Conduct medal, has been missing since October 31st. Jacob PEACH born 1891, buried at Ypres. Age 23
ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY PRESS December 12, 1914 Page 8
Killed in Action &c.
PEACH – Oct 16, at Lucknow, India, of laryngitis, following heat-stroke and malarial fever contracted at the Persian Gulf, Shoeing-Smith Fred Peach, 1/5th Hants Howitzer battery, R.F.A., aged 18, youngest son of Fred and Nellie Peach, 2 Union-street, Newport.
Buried at Lucknow Cantonment Military Cemetery, India.
ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY PRESS October 23, 1915
|4||1904||William Charles HOLDING|
|1976||Bethany Evangelical Church built. Registered for worship by Christian Brethern.|
|11||1904||Alfred G SAUNDERS|
—-here is Trafalgar Road—
|1904||John Henry WILLIAMS|
|13||1881||Charles William Henry CANT||Married Carrie Elizabeth ALLEN|
|13||1-6 Cottage House|
|Cottage House||Cottage Mews Management Co Ltd. Ppm Solutions Ltd|
|17||1904||Charles Henry BILES|
|18||1904||COOPER & Sons||builders|
|19||1904||William Henry UPWARD|
|23-25||2000||Union Autocare – Union Street Garage|
|24||1904||J H LININGTON||General smith|
|25||1904||George Henry RACKETT|
|26||1904||Thomas BUCKLER||Plumber & house decorator|