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> Martyr Street 1930
post 20th Nov 2017, 06:11pm
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My great grandfather John Weir died 16 May 1930. His death record gives an address of 23 Martyr St Glasgow.

Can anyone tell me (or show with pictures) what Martyr St was like at the time? Residential, industrial etc. John was a 'wanna be' dentist. Would he have worked from Martyr St or elsewhere?

I've been told that there is a John Weir 'dentist' in the 1930/31 Valuation Rolls, at 122 Ark Lane. I'm not at all sure if this is my John (he died May 1930)

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- jacqui63m   Martyr Street 1930   20th Nov 2017, 06:11pm
- - Guest   Martyr Street is where you register births marriag...   20th Nov 2017, 07:38pm
- - aaron king   Martha st was birth ,deaths,marriage ,office,not m...   21st Nov 2017, 11:38am
- - jacqui63m   Hi all, From "Extract of an entry in a REGIS...   21st Nov 2017, 01:06pm
- - Guest   QUOTE (aaron king @ 21st Nov 2017, 11:38a...   29th Nov 2017, 10:31pm

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