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These recent images capture the essence of a thriving City centre in Victorian Britain. Each one represents the life and livelihood of our past ancestors and the City’s history from William Gill the shoe maker who operated at 34 Bishop Lane to the now infamous Brown family of High Street. Slave abolitionist William Wilberforce walked these cobbled streets to and from his home and in 1642 the stench of treason would have choked any blue blooded royalist in the City.

 

The Ancestral Homes of Kingston Upon Hull

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