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These photographs are of the various residences where members of the Snitch families were either born or lived in during their lives.


166 Farrant Avenue, Wood Green, London, England,
is where Robert Richard Snitch (1903-1986), Leonard Frederick Snitch (1905-1995), Flora Alice Snitch (1907-1993), Edith Elizabeth Snitch (1910-1999), Arthur George Snitch (1913) were all born . Robert Richard (1903-1986) and Frances May Snitch (nee Willeter)(1907-1983) lived here after Roberts Father and Mother with the rest his younger siblings emigrated to Australia and is where Robert Richard Snitch (1929), Douglas Leonard Snitch (1931) were both born
 

1 St Neots Road, Abbotsley, Huntingdonshire, England,
is where Henry Snitch (1833-1900), and his wife Emma Snitch (nee Seaton)(1837-1913) lived in 1881.  The building has been renovated and has been converted from 3 houses to 2 and No1 is the door at the left hand side of the building
 


50 High Street, Abbotsley, Huntingdonshire, England,
is where George Snitch (1863-1921), Lizzie Snitch (nee Storey)(1862-?) lived in 1891 and where Edith Snitch (1881-?), Alice Emily Snitch (1884-1974), George Snitch (1889-1889) and Eliza Snitch (1890-1986) all were born.  The house still stands to this day although it has been totally renovated and is now numbered 56 High Street.
 


Pantile Row, Abbotsley, Huntingdonshire, England, this is where Mary Snitch (1865-1936) and her husband Jonathan Thomas Storey (1861-1933) lived with their 5 children.  These cottages no longer exist and have now been pulled down to make way for modern houses.
 


39 Howards Close, Southhill, Bedfordshire, England,
was the residence of James Snitch (1739-?) and is where he operated his Butcher's business from a building attached to the right hand side of the house, which you can see has been rebuilt.  It is where Elizabeth Snitch (1767-1800), Rebecca Snitch (1768-1841), James Snitch (1770-1770), William Underwood Snitch (1774-1774), John Snitch (1788-1788), Frank Snitch (1790-1844), John Snitch (1791-1793), Edward Snitch (1792-1793) and Charles James Snitch (1796-1870) were all born.  Frank Snitch Lived in the house after his father, James's death were he continued the Butcher's business from the building on the right hand side of the house.  Franks and his wife Anne Dilley lived there and his children, Anne Snitch (1821-1838) and Charles James Snitch (1822-1844) were both born there.  Although the building looks quite big it is fairly narrow and only has one window upstairs over the top landing, there are no window's for the bedrooms at the back of the house
 


10 Church Farm, Abbotsley, Huntingdonshire, England,
is where Mary Snitch (1865-1963) and her husband Jonathan Thomas Storey (1861-1933) lived with their family.
 


177 Mosell Avenue, Wood Green, London, England,
is where Albert James Snitch (1901-1990), Dorothy May Snitch (nee Willeter)(1902-1986) lived and where Dorothy Edith May Snitch (1923-2000), Julia Frances Snitch (1928-2002) and Albert Victor Snitch (1930) were all born.  The picture show's 4 flats, the entrance on the left are the front doors to 2 flats one on the ground floor and one for the upstairs which is No 177. The stair case was small and curved therefore large pieces of furniture were not able to be manoeuvred up the stairs, so to enable the items to be brought into the house the windows had to be removed and replaced once the item was in the flat.  There were 2 bedrooms one of which was for Albert and his wife and the other for the 3 children who had to sleep in the same bed top to tail, the 2 girls at one end of the bed and the boy at the other.
 


88 Palace Gates Road, Wood Green, London, England,
is where Albert James (1901-1990), Dorothy May Snitch (nee Willeter)(1902-1986), Dorothy Edith May Snitch (1923-200), Julia Frances Snitch (1928-2002) and Albert Victor (1930) all lived and where Peter Alan Snitch (1944) was born.  This property was a rented property and was split into 2 flats.  This is where Dorothy Edith May Snitch and Julia Frances Snitch were living at the time they were married.
 


192 Gladstone Avenue, Wood Green, London England,
is where John Thomas Snitch (1922-1975) and Iris May Snitch (nee Kreetzer)(1923-1975) lived.  The property is divided into 2 flats a ground floor flat and an upstairs flat and were accessed via the separate front 2 doors on the left of the property.
 


69Victoria Road, Wood Green, London, England,
is where Albert Victor Snitch (1930-2011 ) and Herta Snitch (nee Mitterbacher)(1927) Lived until Albert Victor Snitch death in 2011, the property is the green one on the left of the picture.
 
                      
Beryl Avenue, Sydney, NSW, Australia, is where Arthur George Snitch (1913-2007) and Jean Heather Snitch (nee Maynard)(1924-1978) lived and brought up their family from abt 1945 to abt 1972.  The picture on the left is the original house but as the children arrived Arthur extended the property to the size you see in the right hand picture.  The children born here were, Merrilee Margaret Snitch (1947), Peter John Snitch (1953), Mark Robert Snitch (1955), Rhondda Jean Snitch (1957), Philip Stewart Snitch (1959) and Stephen George Snitch (1962).  Paul Arthur Maynard Snitch (1945) lived and grew up here with his parents but was born prior to them moving here.

   

 

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