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    125 History

    found this while searching on the census archives, It will of interest to anyone into local/club history, the records are from 1911 the house didn't seem to exist in 1901 as Emmet Road was listed in two parts north & south, so the house must have been built around the early-mid part of the first decade of the century.

    http://www.census.nationalarchives.i...et_Road/57072/
    http://www.census.nationalarchives.i...et_Road/57076/
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    i'm not a historian by any means but i was told years ago that them houses were built for british army top brass hence the church of england religion been across the road from the barracks which is an old nickname for st michaels estate, also if you look closely at the railing on the lower windows you will see the shamrock, the rose, and the thistle in it apparently you won't see that any were else must get a pic of it...
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