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17-19 Parsons Street

17-19 Parsons Street

17-19 Parsons Street

The 1925 City Directory lists William DeLacy and Nellie Potts as residents of 17 Parsons. Charles Lunney, a plumber, is listed as a resident of 19 Parsons.

The 1925 Bromley Atlas shows the heirs of Catherine Cochlan as the owners of this house.

The 1930 Census lists Joanna DeLacy, a 78-year old widow from Ohio, as the owner of this house. Joanna lived alone in 17 Parsons. 19 Parsons was rented for $60 a month by William Clifford, a 66-year old carpenter from Canada. William lived with his 57-year old Canadian wife Emma. Another part of 19 Parsons was rented by Ernest Leramont, a 37-year old radio salesman from England. Ernest lived with his 35-year old wife Gertrude. The building was valued at $10,000.

17-19 Parsons Street
17-19 Parsons Street
 

 

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