Gensing Road

From Historical Hastings
Gensing Road

Gensing Road appears to have been constructed over several phases with a number of houses constructed from the ​building​s that used to exist on the America Ground. The ​road​ was dedicated in 1849[1].This road was renumbered during 1863..

Minutae, Trifles and Mentions from the News

Auction at Garraway’s Coffee House, Cornhill, London. Messrs. Farebrother, Clark, and Lye to sell by auction, by direction of the assignees under bankruptcy, freehold estates. 9 Grand Parade, let furnished to Mr W. Waghorn. A small house in Shepherd Street let to Mr James Brett. A small house in Gensing Road, facing to Shepherd Street, let to W. Twort.[2]

WW2 Damage

The ​building​s at 24-27 were demolished by bombing in WW2 with 24 being shown as a ruin on 1960s mapping, 25-27 being a vacant lot. A block of flats now occupies the site.


Features in Gensing Road

Name Street No From To

References & Notes

  1. Brett Manuscript Histories Vol. 3 Chap. 41
  2. British Newspaper Archive Sussex Advertiser 4 July 1848 Pg. 0004