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Photographed in 1939

Front of a row of houses in Carlton Street, some of which are derelict.

Carlton Street ran from Carlton Hill to Sussex Street.  Carlton Hill Primary School now stands on the site.

Carlton Street
Image reproduced with kind permission from Brighton and Hove in Pictures by Brighton and Hove City Council

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  • I lived at number 12. I was only just thinking about how many of us are still around. If there is anyone, I would like to hear from you.

    By Bob Jenner (23/12/2011)
  • My Great Uncle lived at no 10 in 1911.

    By S Marshall (31/03/2018)
  • My great grandfather was a shopkeeper (grocers) at number 23 in the early 1900’s.

    By Carol Yates (04/01/2020)
  • Two of my relatives lived on Carlton Street in the late Victorian period. William and Ann Harris lived at number 30. In the 1881 census he, a self declared painter ‘out of employ’ (age 62) and she a laundress (age 57).

    At No. 31, lived relatives from another branch of my family. Henry Page, a coachman, age 44 and his wife Esther, a laundress, age 39.

    The families must have known each other well and a relative of Henry in another branch of the page family married William and Ann’s niece Amelia, who was 27 at the time of the census.

    By Henry Page (02/02/2021)

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