Marsh Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent

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Marsh Street is now split into Marsh Street North and Marsh Street South. 

It runs from the junction of Broad Street and Piccadilly, at one end, to the junction of New Hall and York Street at the other.
It crosses Trinity Street about half-way along.

Coles house & shop on the corner of Marsh Street and Broad Street.
Samuel Cole was the owner of the Falcon Glass Works, Norfolk Street, Cauldon
It was first mentioned in the local trade directories for 1851 and ceased
trading in 1907.

Impressive detail on the house
note the oriel window - the street sign reads "Marsh Street South"

photos: 1999


Mr. Jesse B. Scarratt, Certified Plumber, Painter,
From: "A descriptive account of The Potteries (illustrated)
1893 advertising and trade journal. Page 32 
Mr. Jesse B. Scarratt, Certified Plumber, Painter,
Gasfitter and Decorator,
33 Marsh Street. Established 1791"

on the journal entry


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