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On Sun, 21 Sep 2003 18:38:51 +0100 you wrote:
Below is an extract from the Genuki site, from a directory for
struck my eye was 'Daneslea'.
A few days ago I posted a message on the list about 'Daneslea
Bridlington. It was owned by the SCALES family.
Does anyone know what the italic 'h' means before the
'Daneslea'? I wonder
if the Scales's cafe was in the same premises as
Harland & Son?
a.. Harland Cecil (Harland & Son); h Daneslea, Bridlington Quay
a.. Harland Thos., com. for oaths and perpetual com., registrar of County
clerk to income tax com. (Harland & Son); h Daneslea, Bridlington
Anyone gots any ideas?
The "h" stands for "home" meaning residence, ie 'Daneslea'
must be the name
of the house.
Regards - Peter
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