OLD DEVONPORT . UK
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  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: March 19,, 2016
Webpage updated: April 18, 2021

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ROADS AND STREETS IN OLD DEVONPORT

CLOWANCE STREET

Clowance Street ran from Fort Street eastwards to George Street.

Numbers 29 to 35 on the south side of Clowance Street.
The gap indicates the position of Saint Stephen's National School.
City of Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery.

Numbers 42 to 52, Clowance Street, Devonport, 1942.
Tower of the Anglican Church of Saint Stephen on the left.
National Monuments Record (RCHM(E)).

In 1914 numbers 1 to 27 were on the northern side with numbers 29 returning from Saint Stephen's Church to Fort Street on the southern side.

The only principal buildings in the Street were the Anglican Church of Saint Stephen, on the corner with George Street, and Saint Stephen's National School at number 38.

There was a beer retailer, Mr J Conroy, at number 44, on the corner with Stanley Street.

It is not known if there were any retail premises in the Street but there was a baker, Mr W J Davey, at number 32 who may have worked elsewhere and not at his home.  Borough Police sergeant George Sandy lived at number 4.