City Directories and History: 1917 – Edward D. Westbrook, 1922/23 – Edward Westbrook, 1933 – Edward Westbrook, 1946 – Edward Westbrook, 1963 – Edward Westbrook
The 1910 Sanborn Map of Johnston Street shows a home on the rear of the Rawlinson’s property and next to that of #153 Johnston but until 2013 no image had been uncovered of this dwelling.
The Herald reported on Sept. 4, 1925 – “That Mr. and Mrs. Edward Westbrook and family have removed from Johnston Street to the residence on Confederate Avenue, recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jordan and family.”
The McElwee Store ledger of 1915-16 states that B.C. Barnes and his wife Katherine lived at this address and had an account at the store.
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