We are walking north to south (top to bottom of the below map) along South Street.
On our right we have just passed the Sunday School Rooms, and then the three detached shops.
Then we come to the opening leading to Pleasant Place (or Queen Terrace)
On South Street, between the opening (to Pleasant Place?) and the new Queen Street were three newly built shops.
- William who became a schoolmaster and married Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. Amos Tatham, Belper Street.
Elder son William Skeavington Green (born 1851) married Eliza Tatham in July 1875 but less than a year later she died and was buried in Ilkeston General Cemetery. At that time William was a schoolmaster.
With his elder brother William – who had left the teaching profession behind? -- Robert Skeavington Green helped his father in the family business. Both sons eventually moved out of Nottingham city, William to Edwalton and Robert to Attenborough with his wife Mary Caroline (nee McHugh) and daughter Hilda Mary.
- Eliza and Sarah. The youngest developed consumption and died after the family went to reside in Nottingham.
The daughters were Eliza Skeavington (1858), Sarah Elizabeth (1860) -- whom Adeline remembers dying in Nottingham, aged 20.
- The youngest daughter was Martha Ann (1865), who died in South Street, aged 18 weeks.