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Brighton ironmonger, born at Welshpool, Montgomeryshire (now Powis), Wales. He bought land to build in Clifton and for the Powis estate. Partner in the Eagle Foundry, which cast the Victoria Fountain in 1846. His daughter married Dr R P B Taaffe, founder of the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital. Grenville Place [residence 1841]
Clifton Villa, 7 Clifton Hill [residence]
4 Powis Villas [residence 1851]
YOUENS, Bernard Arthur (né POPLEY)
Born in Hove, the son of a jeweller, he is best remembered as gruff northerner Stan Ogden in the television soap opera Coronation Street from 1964 for almost 20 years until a few months before his death in Salford. Youens was his mother's maiden name. Early in his career, as Bernard Graham, he appeared in three films between 1947 and 1949 for the then flourishing regional production company Mancunian Films. 10 Portland Road [childhood home 1914]
36 Princep Road [chidhood home 1920]
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