Eyre Street

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Researchers should be wary of historic street locations as the streets of Ballarat and surrounds have been renumbered over the years.

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History

Businesses and people in Eyre Street

Address known

Address unknown

L. Adamson, printer (<1887>)

Edward Akins, carpenter and joiner (<1887>)

E. Allen, cooper (<1887>)

Charles Atkins, carpenter (<1858>)

W. Baird, carpenter and joiner (<1887>)

James Cargan, miner (<1858>)

Mathew Cargan, miner (<1858>)

Richard Craze, grocer and miner (<1858>)

Richard Dingle, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

Thomas Eldridge, carpenter (<1858-1868>)

Thomas Farr, builder (<1887>)

Henry Fisher, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

John Foster, bootmaker (<1866)

Edward Giles, baker and pastrycook (<1887>)

Ebenezer Gray, draper (<1887>)

Henry James Hall, artist (<1887>)

Homeward Bound Gold Mining Company (<1858>)

Frederick Howarth, piano manufacturer (<1887>)

John Jelbart, miner (<1858>)

William Kettelty, bootmaker (<1858>)

John Lloyd, miner (<1858>)

Ronald McDonald, miner (<1858>)

Edward Merrin, engineer (<1858>)

John Munro, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

Edward Philp, grocer and butcher (<1858>)

John Podley, miner (<1858>)

Thomas Francis Rowe, furniture maker (<1935)

James Shaw, printer (<1858>)

John Sinclair, tailor (<1887>)

Soho Foundry (<1863>)

Ward & Goddard, bakers and pastrycooks (<1887>)


Eyre Street (cnr Doveton Street) - Farrant & Co. Ballarat Foundry (1860-?)

Eyre Street (cnr Errard Street) - McBride's Bootmaker (<1906>)


Eyre Street (opposite Ballarat Foundry) – J. & J. McDonald, plumbers and slaters (<1860>)

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