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Looking for information or photos of this area, as i cant find it on any maps even though its listed in 1881, Critchley's lived here at No 5 .

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Looking for it myself, not located yet, reckon it could have something to do with the Crone and Taylors fertiliser factory though

On the census I'm looking at, 9 pages for the district it says it's near Church Street Sutton, Junction Lane, Golden Cross Inn Which was Woodcock Street apparently 

https://www.sthelens-connect.net/home/pub-98-Golden_Cross.html

and Fenney's Lane

https://www.sthelens-connect.net/home/doc.php?showstreet=691

 

Then Peckers Hill Farm house and  Junction Lane again probably around 30 houses in all.

IGNORE the last post I edited the info but because I was a long time It wouldn't take it so here is the whole post intact. should make more sense

 

Looking for it myself, not located yet, reckon it could have something to do with the Crone and Taylors fertiliser factory though

On the census I'm looking at, 9 pages for the district it says it's near Church Street Sutton, Junction Lane, the Golden Cross Inn which became Woodcock Street formerly Church street apparently. I know this area is very close (to the left of) Moss Nook were my family lived most of their lives.

https://www.sthelens-connect.net/home/doc.php?showstreet=635

 

https://www.sthelens-connect.net/home/pub-98-Golden_Cross.html

and Fenney's Lane

https://www.sthelens-connect.net/home/doc.php?showstreet=691

 

Then Peckers Hill Farm house and  Junction Lane again probably around 30 houses in all.

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Final Answer, it was behind Junction Station near to  Frederick Street and Moss Lane. Came to this conclusion from going through all the census of people who I have who lived there and in Hoghton Road and Moss Lane.  Frederick Street is next to Taylors Row and Moss Lane is next to Frederick Street in those Censuses 

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Hi Ratty,    Can I have a final answer on this !        Found this many years ago when tracking Pubs/Beers Houses in this particular local area, and I am confident it was in, what is now Houghton Road.     You turn right, off Peckers Hill Road into Houghton Road, and Taylors Row was approximately 150 metres down on the Rt Hd side, with your Moss Lane starting just after on the left.        It was shown on the 1841 Ord' Survey Map, and over the census years has housed various members of ' Pharoah's'  Critchley clan, as well as in 1861/1871, your connection of the Peel Family, Joseph Peel, wife Anne, with their 7 children, one of which was Lydia [ no doubt you have all this].           Interestingly in 1871 two School Mistress residents were there, being I would think, at the nearby Sutton National School.        Cheers !

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Ha, look at that spelling of Peckers Hill, wonder if that was the real spelling or what?

 

Well I doubt we will ever know for sure as it's obviously too small to appear on the maps, I've checked out a few in the last week or so,  on the Scottish free map site  and others. I'm sure you are correct and it's in this area as I said above. I have other families connected to Peels living in all of these roads for decades, frustrating I know.

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