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Milner Flats built in 1934

Milner Flats, (Front, January 1937) which were built on the site of Woburn Place in 1934
Image reproduced with kind permission from Brighton and Hove in Pictures by Brighton and Hove City Council

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  • Does anyone have a photograph of Woburn Place before it was demolished? My family were living there in 1841, as shown on the Census for that year.
    Many thanks.

    By Nicola Hayek (29/02/2008)
  • My grandmother, Mary Sullivan, was born in Woburn Place in 1895. Her parents were William and Jane Sullivan. Wiliam was a fish hawker and Jane was a washerwoman. I am researching my family tree, and I would like more information about the Sullivans. My dad, George Sullivan born in 1918, was Mary’s son by her first partner. I would be interested in seeing photos of Woburn Place or Park Place.

    By Jan Sinkfield (14/08/2008)
  • Hello. Tarner Stories are looking for anyone with photos or memories of Milner and Kingswood flats. Please email if you would like to share any stories or photos that would be included within a history book or a website. Tarner Stories is a lottery Funded Oral History Project and we are looking for people who will share life stories about Tarner from the 1920s. Please email Chloe or Jess [Chloe, you will need to give your express permission for your email details to be published. Comments Ed]

    By Chloe Howley (11/06/2011)
  • I went out with John Smith a skinhead he lived in the bottom right flat in this picture, it was around 1970.

    By michelle (10/02/2024)

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