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Bridgeland Street is in the town of Bideford, measuring approximately 201 metres long

There is only one street named Bridgeland Street making it unique in Great Britain.

The following information is from Bideford Bridge Trust – its reports on the condition of the several properties in the street …. At a monthly meeting of the Trustees held in the Bridge Hall on June 25 1890.

1 Bridgeland St

1 Bridgeland Street

Known as Garcignes Court in Lease Book, for many years used as the Custom House.

Present leaseholders and occupier Mr T(Thomas) Martin on a lease for 99 years absolute granted February 4th 1888 at a yearly rental of £9 12s 0d.

Bounded on the East by the road leading to the Manor Wharf. On the north by the road leading to the Strand, and from which there is a back entrance. On the south, by Bridgeland St. There is a stable entrance on the north.and four windows looking ..the road.

The house is in good substantial repair, also the roof. The main building having recently been new roofed.

2 Bridgeland Street

2 Bridgeland St

House and Court

Owner Mrs Phenia Shipcott

Occupier Mrs C Brock

Held under a lease for 99 years absolute from June 14th 1885 at a yearly rental of £4 14s 0d

Bounded on the South by Bridgeland St. On the North by the Road leading to the Strand to which there is a back entrance. On the East by No 1 Garcoignes Court. On the West by No 2a Bridgeland St in the occupation of Miss Tapper.

2a Bridgeland Street

2a Bridgeland St

House and Court

Henry Morgan Restarick Esq Leaseholder; Miss Tapper, tenant

Held on Lease for a term of 99 years absolute from December 23rd 1887 at a yearly rental of £4 0s 0d

In good substantial repair. Front portion has a new Roof.

Bounded on the South by Bridgeland Street. On the North by Premises belonging to H M Restarick Esq. On the East by No 2 Bridgeland Street. On the West by Premises in the occupation of G Turner Esq.

3 Bridgeland Street

No 3 Bridgeland St

House, Court and Garden

Lease holder & Occupier G Turner Esq held under a lease for lives dated Feby 27 1860.

The surviving lives are Margaret Catherine Turner now aged 66 years and George Turner aged 59 years at a yearly rental of £1 9s 6d and adherent of 5/- with the usual clause for renewal.

Bounded on the south by Bridgeland Street. On the north by premises the property of H M Restarick Esq. On the east by the house in the occupation of Miss (Ellen) Tapper. On the west by the house in the occupation of the Misses Resdons.

House well kept and in thorough repair.

4 Bridgeland Street

No 4 Bridgeland St

House, Court and Garden

Miss Catherine Risdon, Miss Anne Risdon, leaseholders and occupiers.

Held in lease for a term of 60 years absolute from March 11th 1886 at a yearly rental of £6 0s 0d.

Bounded on the south by Bridgeland Street. On the north by premised the property of H M Restarick Esq. On the east by premises in the occupation of G Turner Esq. On the west by the house in the occupation of Mr (Richard Neller) Kiddle.

The premises are well kept in good repair.

Roofs are old but in good substantial repair.

5 Bridgeland St

No 5 Bridgeland Street

House, Court and Garden

Mr Richard Neller Kiddle leaseholder and occupier.

Held on lease for a term of 99 years absolute from June 24th 1887 at a yearly rental of £6 0s 0d.

Bounded on the south by Bridgeland Street. On the north by premises belong to H M Restarick Esq. On the east by premises in the occupation of Misses Risdon. On the west by premises in the occupation of Doctor Gooding.

6 Bridgeland Street

6 Bridgeland St

House, Court and Garden

Sydney Smith, William Howarth, Glynn Smith
Doctor Gooding occupier

Held on Lease for a term of 99 years absolute from February 27th 1884 at a yearly rental of £10 0s 0d and recently sold by the Lesses to Doctor Gooding.

Bounded on the South by Bridgeland Street. On the North by Premises belonging to H M Restarick Esq. On the East by Premises in the occupation of R Kiddle. On the West by premises in the occupation of Mrs Mary Holman.

House in good order.

7 Bridgeland Street

7 Bridgeland St

House and undivided …. of Court and Garden

Mrs Mary Holman Leaseholder and occupier. Held under a lease for 50 years absolute from September 29th 1885 at a yearly rental of £3 0s 0d

Bounded on the South by Bridgeland Street. On the North by Premises belonging to H M Restarick Esq. On the East by the Premises in the occupation of Doctor Gooding. On the West by Premises in the occupation of the Misses Hatherly.

8 Bridgeland Street

8 Bridgeland St

House and undivided …. of a Court and Garden

The Misses Hatherly, Leaseholders and Occupiers. Held on Lease for a term of 99 years absolute from November 5th 1885 to Alicia Augusta Hatherly, Catherine Hatherly, Louisa Hatherly, at a yearly rental of £3 0s 0d

Bounded on the South by Bridgeland Street. On the North by Premises belonging to H M Restarick Esq. On the East by Premises in the occupation of Mrs Mary Holman. On the West by the Premises held under Lease by the Public Room Company.

Premises in fair repair. Roofs old.

9 Bridgeland Street

9 Bridgeland St

House, Court and Garden

Public Rooms Company Limited Leaseholders.

Held for a term of 99 years absolute from March 25th 1885 at a yearly rental of £8 0s 0d.

Bounded on the South by Bridgeland Street. On the North by Premises belonging to H M Restarick Esq. On the East by Premises in the occupation of the Misses Hatherly. On the West by Premises in the occupation of Doctor E Rouse.

The Premises have been rebuilt within

10 Bridgeland Street

10 Bridgeland St

House, Court and Garden formerly part of … called the Great House

Dr E Rouse leaseholder and occupier. Held on a lease for a term of 99 years absolute from May 20th 1887 at a yearly rental of £10 0s 0d

Bounded on the South by Bridgeland St. On the North by premises belonging to H M Restarick Esq. On the East by premises belonging to the Public Room Company Limited. On the West by premises in the occupation of Charles Smale Esq.

10b Bridgeland Street

10B Bridgeland Street

House, Court and Garden. Formerly part of No .. Called the Great House

Representatives of Mr Burrow leaseholder; C Smale Esq. Solicitor Occupier

Held on a lease for a term of 99 years absolute from July 28th 1883 at a yearly rental of £5 0s 0d

Bounded on the South by Bridgeland Street. On the North by Premises belonging to H M Restarick Esq. On the East by Premises in the occupation of Doctor E Rowe. On the West by Congregational Chapel.

Premises in good repair. Roofs new in 1883

11 Bridgeland Street

11 Bridgeland Street

Formerly known as the Meeting House. Now as the Lavington Chapel.

Held on a Lease for lives dated March 28th 1874.

Princess Beatrice aged 32 years
Princess Louise aged 41 years.

Heriot 5/-

Bounded on the South by Bridgeland Street. On the North by Premises belonging to H M Restarick Esq. On the East by premises in the occupation of C Smale Esq. On the West by Premises in the occupation of Mrs Ley.

Lavington Chapel Rebuilt in …..

12 Bridgeland Street

12 Bridgeland St

House, Court and Garden

Held under a lease granted on the 9th July 1884 for 50 years absolute at a yearly rental of £6 0s 0d

Lease was granted to the National Provincial Bank of England Ltd and sold by them to the present occupier Mrs Helen Ley.

Bounded on the South by Bridgeland Street. On the North by the Lavington Chapel Class Rooms. On the East by Lavington Chapel. On the West by premises in the occupation of Mr C Mountjoy.

Premises in good repair

13 Bridgeland Street

13 Bridgeland Street

House, Court and Garden

Occupied by Miss Ru..crudge and Mr C Mountjoy. Held under a lease of lives. Granted to Edward Martin Whyte dated June 2nd 1869.

The lives are John Edward Burnard aged 26 years at the date of this lease. William aged 21 years. Groves Pepper Cooper aged 12 years.

Yearly rental £1 0s 0d per annum
Heriot £2 0s 0d

14 Bridgeland Street

No 14 Bridgeland St

House & Court

Held under a lease for lives granted to Prothero Smith Esq on the 11th Sept 1865 at a yearly rental of 16/- Heriot 5/-

Only surviving life Lucy Prothero Smith.

Occupied by G Paley Esq.

House in fairly good repair. Roof very old.

Bounded on the north by Bridgeland Street. On the south by premises leased to R J Hookway Esq. On the west by by Queen St. On the East by the Quay.

15 Bridgeland Street

No 15 Bridgeland St

House, Court and Garden

Held under a lease for lives granted to Sarah Taylor on the 25th March 1859 at a yearly rental of £2 6s 0d. T…. 8s 0d.

Only surviving life Blanche Helen Hookway. Chged 25 years.

Occupier F Oerton Esq, Miss Vellacott, G Turner Esq.

Bounded on the north by Bridgeland Street. South by premises in the occupation of Mrs Hookway. On the west by premises leased to …

16 Bridgeland Street

No 16 Bridgeland St

Mr ..E Tucker leaseholder and occupier

Held under a lease for 99 years absolute from Jany 1st 1890 at a yearly rental of £8 0s 0d.

House has been put in thorough repair. Reroofed and slated.

Bounded on the north by Bridgeland Street. South by premises leased to Sarah Taylor. On the west by premises in the occupation of S L Rooker Esq. On the east by premises held under lease to Sarah Taylor.

17 Bridgeland Street

No 17 Bridgeland St

Held under a lease for lives granted … 1851 to W J Rooker Esq determinable on the life of Patience … Heard who was 11 years old at the granting of the lease.

Occupiers S L Rooker Esq & Messrs Rooker & Bazeley.

Yearly rental £1 11s 0d. Heriot 5/- This lease has now been surrendered and a lease for a term of 99 years absolute is in preparation at a yearly rental of £

The whole premises is now being put in thorough repair. The east wing has been rebuilt and the whole is being reroofed and slated. Bounded on the north by Bridgeland St. On the south by premises belonging to R Dymond Esq. By the west by premises held under

18 Bridgeland Street

No 18 Bridgeland St

Held under a lease for 99 years granted to M Restarick Esq.
Dated 1890 at a yearly rental of £10 0s 0d.

The house has been put in thorough repair and reroofed and slated.

The garden on the south side is a freehold property belonging to the Leesee and shown on plan.

Bounded on the north by Bridgeland St. On the south by the freehold garden. On the west by premises leased to E Vidal Esq. On the east by premises in the occupation of S L Rooker.

19 Bridgeland Street

No 19 Bridgeland St

House, Court and Garden

Held under a lease for lives granted to E U Vidal Esq of Cornborough.

Dated 26 April 1843 at a yearly rental of £1 0s 0d.

Heriot 5/-

Only surviving life Herbert Edward Prince of Wales

Occupiers Mr W Turner and Mr J Curtis.

Premises in a most delapidated state and requires rebuilding.

Bounded on the north by Bridgeland St. On the south by premises in the occupation of Edmund Ellis. On the west by premises in the occupation of Mrs Long. On the east by premises in the occupation M Restarick Esq.

20 Bridgeland Street

No 20 Bridgeland St

Held under a lease for lives granted Janry 1st 1850 to Thomas Wren Esq.

Lives are Philip Prothero Smith, son of Thomas Smith Esq, aged 10 years in 1820 and Harriett Saville Wren aged 16 years in 1850.

Ground rent 16/6
Heriot 3/4

The only surviving life is Harriett Saville Wren.

Occupier Mrs Long.

Premises are in good repair. Roofs new.

21 Bridgeland Street

21 Bridgeland Street

House, Court and Garden held under a lease for 99 years granted on the 14 December 1887 to William Henry Ackland Esq at the yearly rental of £6 6s 0d

A portion of the garden which was freehold has been surrendered now forms a portion of the lease.

Premises are in good repair

Roofs old but in good repair

Bounded on the north by Bridgeland St. On the south by Garden. On the west by premises leased to Mr M Bazely Esq. On the east by the premises in the occupation of Mrs Long.

22 Bridgeland Street

22 Bridgeland Street

Held under a lease for 99 years absolute granted to Henry Montague Bazeley Esq. dated 9 June 1886 at a yearly rental of £6 0s 6d

Present occupiers are Mrs Carter and Dr Ackland.

Premises are in fair repair

Roofs old but in good repair

Bounded on the north by Bridgeland St. On the south by Gardens. On the west by premises in the occupation of John Lyle Giddy. On the east by the premises in the occupation of Dr Ackland.

23 Bridgeland Street

23 Bridgeland St

Held under a lease for 99 years absolute granted to John Jones dated June 9th 1886 and occupied respectively by Mary Ann Martin and John Lyle Giddy

Yearly rental £5 3s 6d

Structurally in good repair
Roofs in good repair

There is a Right of Way from the House in the occupation of Miss Martin into the Court Yard belonging to the Swan Inn.

Bounded on the North by Bridgeland Street. On the South by Gardens. On the West by the House in the occupation of Mrs Edwards. On the East by the Premises in the occupation of Mrs Carter.

24 Bridgeland Street

24 Bridgeland St

House

Held for a term of 99 years absolute from September 28th 1889 granted to Clara Edwards at a yearly rental of £3 5s 0d

Occupier Clara Edwards

The House has recently been reroofed and slated and is in good repair.

Bounded on the North by Bridgeland Street. On the South by the Swan Inn. On the West by the Premises occupied by Mr Shute. On the East by the Premises in the occupation of Miss Martin.

25 Bridgeland Street

25 Bridgeland St

House and Court

Lessee Thomas Braund Accountant

Held under a Lease for lives
Granted on March 8th 1837
The lives are Elizabeth Braund aged 59 years; Mary Jane Braund aged 57 years

Yearly Rental 10/6
Heriot 3/4

26 Bridgeland Street

26 Bridgeland St

House

Lessee John Smale Short of Hatherleigh, Gentleman

Held under lease for lives granted November 8th 1837. Lives Elizabeth Short. Daughter of Lessee aged 51

Present owners Mrs Trowbridge & Mrs Monkley

Yearly Rental 10/-
Heriot 3/4

House in fair Repair

At present in the occupation of Miss Coul.

Bounded on the North by Bridgeland Street. On the South by the Swan Inn. On the East by premises in the occupation of Mrs Shute. On the West by premises ….

27 Bridgeland Street

27 Bridgeland St

House

Occupied by Mrs Purchase

Held under a Lease for lives granted on the 14th March 1838 to George Babb Taylor at a yearly rental of 19/6. Heriot 3/4

The lives are Mary Ann Burnard Chanter aged 27 years in 1824; Reverend John Mill Chanter, 25 years in 1832 and Charles William Hole aged 5 years in 1835.

With the usual clause of Renewal

Roofs very old in other aspects the Premises are well kept and in good repair.

Bounded on the North by Bridgeland St. On the South by the Swan Inn. On the West by Mill Street. On the East by the Premises occupied by Miss Coul.

Bridgeland Street – 1891 Census

1 Bridgeland St – Thomas Martin – 73 – Living on his own means – born Bideford
Susan Martin – 79 – born Bouton, Cornwall
Jamie Martin Coull – 20 – born Kentish Town, London
Mable Susan Martin – 12 – born Bideford

2 Bridgeland St – Annie Brock – 46 – Painter and house decorator – born Holcombe Burnett
Sidney John Brock – 18 – born Bideford
Marion …. Annie Brock – 17 – born Bideford
Arthur William Brock – 15 – Accountant’s Clerk – born Bideford
Edley James Brock – 9 – born in Bideford

3 Bridgeland St – Ellen Tapper – 55 – Drafter – born in Dawlish

4 Bridgeland St – Churchill Turner – 27 – solicitor – born in Bideford
Margaret Turner – 67 – born in Portsmouth
Alice Turner – 27 – born in Bideford
Emma Cloak – 22 – Housemaid, Domestic Servant – born in Hartland
Annie Harris – 25 – Cook, Domestic Servant – born in Bideford

5 Bridgeland St – Catherine Risdon – 61 – living on her own means – born in Merton
Anne Risdon – 54 – living on her own means – born in Merton
Mary Anne Marriott – 81 – living on her own means – London City
Jane White – 28 – General Servant, Domestic – Langtree

6 Bridgeland St – Richard Neller Kiddle – 40 – Dentist – Lymington
Eliza Kiddle – 37 – Stroud
Maria Matthews – 30 – General Servant, Domestic – Landcross
Gilbert Mitchell – 15 – Page, Domestic – Littleham
Walter Gadden – Assistant earthenware dealer – Salisbury

7 Bridgeland St – Matthew Richard Gooding – 37 – Physician & Surgeon – Barbados
Beatrice Gooding – 27 – Fleetwood
Gladys M Gooding – 6 months – Bideford
Ella L Gooding – 8 – Scholar – London
Mary Colley – 19 – Housemaid, Domestic – Plymouth
Lilly A Saunders – 16 – Cook – Bideford

8 Bridgeland St – Mary Holman – 75 – living on her own means – Bideford
Clara Shaddick – 25 – General Servant, Domestic – Wear Gifford

9 Bridgeland St - Catherine Hatherly – 60 – living on her own means – Bideford
Louisa Hatherly – 54 – living on her own means – Bideford
Mary E May – 18 – General Servant, Domestic – Instow

10 Bridgeland St – Robert Grant – 39 – Wind & Spirit Merchant’s Shopman – Bideford
Susannah Grant – 43 – Caretaker Public Rooms – Marhamchurch
Mary A Grant – 16 – Bideford
Elizabeth J Grant – 13 – Bideford
Robert Grant – 10 – Bideford
Kathleen A Grant – 5 – Bideford
John Grant – 2 – Bideford

11 Bridgeland St – Ezekiel Rouse – 49 – General Practitiioner – Moorwinstowe
Margaret L Rouse – 35 – Morthoe
Barbara M H Rouse – 8 – Bideford
Dorothy M A Rouse – 3 – Bideford
Elizabeth Poole – 30 – Living on her own means –
Ellen Kingdon – 25 – Housemaid, Domestic Servant – Northam Ridge
Mary A Hockin – 28 – Nursemaid, Domestic Servant – Sutcombe
Emily R Hutchings – 32 – Cook, Domestic Servant – Stratton

12 Bridgeland St – Charlotte Smale – 55 – St Giles-in-the-Wood
Edith C Smale – 22 – Bideford
John G K Smale – 19 – Solicitor’s Clarks Law – Bideford
Percy W Smale – 15 – Bideford
William H G Smale – 13- Bideford
Alice M Smale – 16 – Bideford

13 Bridgeland St – Helen Ley – 85 – Schoolmistress – Nottingham
Helen Ley – 54 – Schoolmistress – Bideford
Laura Whitefield – 23 – Governess School – Bideford
Louise E Wyatt – 18 – Governess Pupil School – Swansea
Gladys M Wyatt – 16 – Scholar – Swansea
Louisa M Hooper – 15 – Scholar – Dowland
Florence G Snow – 11 – Scholar – Braunton
Sophy A Brock – 13 – Scholar – Bideford
Gertrude W Wickham – 10 – Scholar – Lewisham
Elizabeth Saunder – 10 – Scholar – West Ashford
William Lee – 12 – Scholar – Bideford
Elizabeth J Friendship – 26 – Cook, Domestic Servant – Buckland Brewer
Eliza Friendship – 18 – Housemaid, Domestic Servant – Buckland Brewer

14 Bridgeland St – Charles J Mountjoy – 45 – Painter and Paperhanger – Bideford
Ellen Mountjoy – 43 – Plymouth
Susanna Mountjoy – 16 – Dress Maker (Apprentice) – Bideford
Charles M Mountjoy – 15 – Land Surveyor’s Clerk – Bideford
Beatrice Mountjoy – 13 – Scholar – Bideford
Ellen Mountjoy – 11 – Scholar – Bideford
William Mountjoy – 9 – Scholar – Bideford
George Mountjoy – 8 – Scholar – Bideford
Florence Mountjoy – 7 – Scholar – Bideford
Amy Mountjoy – 5 – Scholar – Bideford

14a Bridgeland St – Susan Austin – 57 – Charwoman – East Budleigh

15 Bridgeland St – Betsy Purchase – 65 – Kilkhampton
Francis Purchase – 28 – Chemist and Druggist – Bideford
William H Goaman – 27 – Optician – Holloway, London

16 Bridgeland St – Mary A Coull – 58 – Dressmaker – Bideford
Elizabeth Beer – 21 – Dressmaking Assistant – Alwington
Georgina R Champion – 20 – General Servant, Domestic – Camelford

17 Bridgeland St – William Shutt – 29 – Spirit Merchant’s Clerk – Bideford
Annie Shutt – 30 – Abbotsham
Annie Tidball – 64 – Monthly Nurse, Sick – Exeter

18 Bridgeland St – Clara Edwards – 43 – living oner her own means – City of London
Clara A Withers – 21 – Milliner – Parish of St Giles

19 Bridgeland St – Mary A Martin – 57 – Lodging-house Keeper – Bideford
Sydney G Todd – 19 – Banker’s Clerk – Isle of Wight

20 Bridgeland St – John Lyle Giddy – 30 – Solicitor’s Clerk – Bideford
Rosina Giddy – 31 – Hartland
John Lyle Giddy – 6 – Bideford
George H Giddy – 3 – Bideford
Percival Giddy – 1 – Bideford
Annie Geen – 13 – General Servant, Domestic – Bideford

21 Bridgeland St – Mary Jane Carter – 55 – Retired corn & seed dealer – Bideford
Edith Jane Carter – 24 – School Mistress – Bideford

22 Bridgeland St – Mary Ann Long – 74 – Living on her own means – Torrington
Elizabeth Holwill – 78 – Living on her own means – Torrington
Mary E Brown – 33 – General Domestic Servant – Monkleigh

23 Bridgeland St - William H Ackland – 64 – Justice of the Peace, Doctor of Medicine, Registered Practising as a Physician – Bideford
Sophia Ackland – 65 – Honiton
Emily J Ackland – 27 – Bideford
Lucy E Ackland – 21 – Bideford
Hugh Ackland – 24 – Articled to an Architect Surveyor – Bideford
John E Littlewood – 5 – Rochester
Martin W Littlewood – 2 – Dover
Leslie Littlewood – 1 – Dover
John Jackson – 28 – Teacher of Classics – Macclesfield
Harriett Arscott – 32 – Cook – Drewsteignton
Ether J Fayers – 20 – Parlour Maid – Tunbridge Wells
Selina E Davis – 14 – Housemaid – Bideford
Mary A M Howes – 27 – Nurse – Kent

24 Bridgeland St – John M Burnard – 47 – Living on his own means – Bideford
Catherine M Burnard – 53 – Living on her own means – Torrington
Ellen Burnard – 53 – Living on her own means – Bideford
Faith Archer – 18 – General Servant, Domestic – Tewin

25 Bridgeland St – Frederick Brueton – 31 – Artist Portrait & Figure – Birmingham
Kate Brueton – 22 – London City
Bertrand F Brueton – 5 – Handsworth
Arthur E Brueton – 4 – Aston
Grace W Brueton – 2 – Aston

26 Bridgeland St – William Turner – 47 – Horse Dealer – Kentisbury
Fanny Turner – 38 – Hartland
Eliza Turner – 10 – Barnstaple
Florence F Turner – 7 – Bideford

27 Bridgeland St – Henry M Restarick – 58 – Rope Merchant – Axminster
Annie W Restarick – 13 – Scholar – Bideford
Alford L Restarick – 11 – Scholar – Bideford
Mary A Saunders – 41 – Housekeeper – Bideford
Emma J Found – 19 – General Servant, Domestic – Morwenstow

28 Bridgeland St - Samuel L Rooker – 40 – Solicitor – Bideford
Fanny S Carter – 29 – Cook, Domestic Servant – Appledore Northam
Mary A West – 31 – Housemaid, Domestic Servant – Bideford

29 Bridgeland St – John E Tucker – 40 – Public Account – Bideford
Elizabeth L Tucker – 41 – Bideford
Bertha A Tucker – 17 – Scholar – Bideford
Arthur E Tucker – 15 – Scholar – Bideford
Wilfred A Tucker – 14 – Scholar – Bideford
Millicent Tucker – 12 – Scholar – Bideford
Emma J Braund – 15 – General Servant, Domestic – Bideford

30 Bridgeland St

31 Bridgeland St – Joseph H Vigars – 38 – Banker’s Accountant – Cardiganshire
Emily H Vigars – 38 – Bideford
Louisa E Vigars – 6 - Bideford
John W Vigars – 11 – Bideford
Francis Vigars – 3 – Bideford
Elizabeth H Vellacott – 82 – Living on her own means – Bideford
Mary Vellacott – 64 – Living on her own means – Bideford
Ellin M Vellacott – 62 – Living on her own means – Bideford
Louisa Waldon – 21 – Cook, Domestic Servant – Petrockstowe
Elizabeth A Francis – 47 – Housemaid, Domestic Servant – Kilkhampton
Eda A Bridgman – 27 – Nurse, Domestic Servant – Bideford

32 Bridgeland St - George W Slee – 29 – Groom – Woolfardisworthy 

Eliza Slee – 29 – Swymbridge

Bridgeland Street – 1984

1 Bridgeland Street – Known as ‘Old Custom House’
2 Bridgeland Street – Tim Malone Estate Agents
2a Bridgeland Street - Newsagent
3 Bridgeland Street – Part estate agent, part Church charity shop
4 Bridgeland Street – now Number 5, and a dress shop with hairdresser
5 Bridgeland Street – a shoe shop and an optician
6 Bridgeland Street – Warmington Garage
7 Bridgeland Street – McNeals Solicitors
8 Bridgeland Street – Bideford Carpet Centre
9 Bridgeland Street – Bideford Carpet Centre
10 Bridgeland Street – F R Way
11 Bridgeland Street – Lavington Church
12 Bridgeland Street – All Season Restaurant
13 Bridgeland Street – Oxfam Shop
14 Bridgeland Street – Demolished and replaced by modern Bristol and West Society
15 Bridgeland Street – Estate agents, hairdresser, art gallery
16 Bridgeland Street – Polypress, Robinson Estate Agents
17 Bridgeland Street – Citizens Advice
18 Bridgeland Street – Ernst & Whinney
19 Bridgeland Street – Red House Antiques and flat above
20 Bridgeland Street – Bazely Barnes & Bazely Solicitors
21 Bridgeland Street – Conservative Club
22 Bridgeland Street – Paramount Chinese, Cecilles Dress Shop
23 Bridgeland Street -
24 Bridgeland Street – Kevin Bright Estate Agent
25 Bridgeland Street – Masonic Hall, double glazing
26 Bridgeland Street – Opticians
27 Bridgeland Street – Braddicks Electrical

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