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From: Nick Colley <>
Subject: Re: NORTHWICH BEBBINGTONS COURT
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2011 23:43:41 +0000
In 'Colin Lynch's Northwich' Bebbingtons Court is described as being "A
group of 24 back-to-back houses off Witton Street, where the car park behind
the Witton Chimes and Barlow's Butchers is now located"
ps Anyone know where the place name Broken Cross originated from?
On 18 January 2011 23:07, Bob Owen <> wrote:
> The wife of my great uncle was living at 14 Bebbington Court at the
> 1881 Census age 3. By coincidence her name was Ada Bebbington.She
> married William Gerald Preston who after Army service in the 2nd Boer
> War & WWI, had a Grocers Shop on Witton Street for many years.
> The previous page on the 1881 Census shows properties in 'Witton
> Street South' suggesting that Bebbington Court was around the centre
> of the town. It's only a guess perhaps someone more local than me will
> have the answer.
> On 18 January 2011 20:22, <> wrote:
> > Hello, does anyone have any idea where Bebbingtons Court Witton Cum
> > Twambrooks is/was? please.
> > Regards Gill