COLEHILL, EAST WOODLANDS 1841 John & Mary Peters plus children Eliza, William, Anne, James Colehill Farm still exists & John & his parents were
& John presumably living in one of the farmworkers cottages
KEYFORD ST 1851 John & Mary Peters plus children James, John & Mary Much of Keyford remains (now just called Keyford & not
Keyford st). Approx 10% of houses demolished
? HORTON ST 1861 John Peters (jnr) & Mary plus son Stephen J One side of Horton st remains, other side re-developed
in 1960s
15 HORTON ST 1871 John & Mary Peters plus children Stephen, Alice, William 15 Horton st is still there. Small terraced cottage.
& twins Flora and Frank Originally built as a mill workers cottage
? BROADWAY 1871 William & Elizabeth Goddard, Frederick, Edith, William, About a third of the original Broadway remains, the
Roseanna & Sarah rest having been re-developed.
FACTORY HOUSE,  EGFORD RD 1881 John & Mary  Peters plus children William, Flora, Frank, Edwin, Don't know this building. As you leave  town via Broadway
Alfred, Frederick, Samuel & Minnie it becomes Egford Hill. Open country & farm buildings only
22 SHEPPARDS BARTON 1881 William & Elizabeth Goddard, Sarah 3 storey terraced cottage close to town centre. Still there
1 WHITTOX LANE 1881 Roseanna & Joseph Macey plus children  Isabella & Florence Most of Whittox lane intact - need to check if no 1 still there
23 HORTON ST 1891 John Peters & children Alice, Frank, Alfred, Frederick, Samuel, Same as 15 Horton st & still there
Minnie, Birt Chas, Elizabeth
7 KEYFORD PLACE 1891 Roseanna, Joseph Macey, Isabella, Florence, Arthur, Albert, Eva This part of Keyford re-developed recently - Block of new flats
29 TRINITY ST 1901 Roseanna Peters, Isabella, Florence, Arthur, Albert About half of Trinity st remains. Need to check for no 29
13 CROSS ST 1901 Sarah Goddard Now part of Trinity st -some houses remain, but re-numbered
COTTAGE HOSPITAL,26  LONG ROW 1901 Charles Frederick Goddard(Charles Wilson Goddard's son) Building still there and now a large private house
18 SELWOOD RD 1917 Charles Frederick Goddard Still there - terraced cottage in a small cul-de-sac off
      Selwood rd called "The Ope". All recently renovated
40 SELWOOD RD 1917 Florence Elizabeth Macey - (Charles Frederick's wife) Re-developed in 1960s and now the site of  three shop units