Location: Stramongate, Kendal
A study of the 'Sand Area' side of Stramongate, Kendal.
The study includes the whole of the roughly triangular area formed with Stramongate Bridge, Sand Aire House and Melrose Place as its points.
The study area is bordered by the River Kent, Stramongate and New Road. The stretch of New Road bordering the area was formerly Rosemary Lane.
Back Lane once ran towards the River Kent from half-way along Rosemary Lane.
The study encompasses the following buildings which have their own pages:
- Sand Aire House - the Georgian Building initially known as 'Sand Area House'
- Lambrigg Terrace - built in 1891
- Melrose Place - built in 1896
Properties on Stramongate
Yard 83 Stramongate:
- 1891: John D Docker
- 1901: Daniel Robinson, Fish Hawker
- 1891: Thomas Kendal
- 1901: William Hayes, Retired Railway Labourer
- 1891: Anthony Tompson, Coal Merchant
- 1901: Mary Elizabeth Platter
- 1891: Joseph Gudgeon, Boot Riveter
- 1901: Hannah Fisher
- 1891: William Proctor. Carter
- 1901: William Proctor, General Labourer
- 1891: James Metcalf. House Painter
- 1901: William Gudgeon, Bootmaker
- 1891: James Graham, Labourer
- 1901: Jonathan Gudgeon, Carryping Porter
- 1891: Henry Barnes, Chiropodist
- 1901: Henry Barnes, Chiropodist & Out Porter
- 1901: Anthony Thompson, Coal Merchant & Carter
Yard 87 Stramongate
- 1901: Henry Bennett, School Porter & Gardener
- 1891: Joseph Green, Joiner
- 1901: Thomas John Green, Master Wheelwright (committed suicide 1905)
- 1891: William Bell, Tobacco Spinner
- 1901: William Bell, Tobacco Spinner
- 1891: Thomas Hutchinson, Shoemaker
- 1901: -
- 1920: William Gurnal Jopson, Confectioner & Tobacconist
- 1891: Mary Reighton, Living on Own Means
- 1901: John Teasdale, Marble Mason
- 1891: George Gardiner, Publican
- 1901: John Armstrong, Innkeeper
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