Skipton 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

Skipton Street was recorded as ‘Skipton’s Street’ in an 1887 directory.[1]

Businesses and people in Skipton Street

Address known

14 Skipton Street - H.E. Johnson, Baker (<1927>)

68 Skipton Street – John Cowley, draper (<1887>)

92-94 Skipton Street - Henderson & Son, coach builders (<1887>)

100 Skipton Street – Stevens & Taylor, dressmakers and milliners (<1887>)

116 Skipton Street – I Do Invitations, wedding stationery (<2011>)

128 Skipton Street, D. Robertson, cabinet maker and upholsterer (<1887>)

216 Skipton Street – Steve Morvell Wildlife Art Studio & Gallery (<2011>)

224 Skipton Street – S. Lugg, carpenter and joiner (<1887>)

234 Skipton Street – S. Lukeis, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

311 Skipton Street – Skipton Street Sheetmetal Works Pty Ltd (<2011>)

Address unknown

E. Apps, gunsmith (<1887-1889>)

Band of Hope Gold Mine, shaft

Bradley and Cockburn Pty Ltd

Michael Caddy, carpenter and joiner (<1887>)

M. J. Cody, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

Joseph Coward, draper (<1887>)

Thomas Dingle, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

John Haghan, draper (<1887>)

Joseph Harris, boot and shoemaker (<1887>)

Francis Jago, bootmaker, (<1866>)

John Lavis

S. Lee, tinsmith (<1887>)

Thomas Lyons, oil and colour man (<1887>)

D. McKercher, jeweller (<1866>)

Edward McRoberts, draper (<1887>)

Smith’s Freehold Co., gold mining company (<1887>)

R. Williams, wheelwright (<1887>)


(cnr Drummond Street) - Ballarat Meat Stores

See also

References

  1. Rogers, J. W. F. (ed.). (c. 1887). The Australasian Federal Directory of Commerce, Trades & Professions. Melbourne: J. W. F. Rogers.

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