Henry Street was born in 1825, and was owner of the Skin Works at 78 West Street and of the Skin Works at Mill End in Kenilworth. He died at Kenilworth in 1899.
Catherine Agnes Street (née Goode) married Henry Louis Street at Hatton Church on the 26th March 1894. Catherine was the daughter of Edward Goode, an Innkeeper at Hatton Hill. After marriage, she moved with her husband to Kenilworth where her husband took over the management of his uncle’s skin works at Mill End. In 1899 the family moved back to Warwick when her husband inherited the skin works in West Street upon the death of his uncle, Henry Street and following the retirement of his father Thomas Louis Street who managed the skin works in West Street for his brother Henry.
Catherine died in 1904 at Warwick at the early age of 37 years.
She had three children: Henry Percy, Marjorie Edith Agnes, and Stanley William
Henry Percy Street was born at the Skin Works at Mill End in Kenilworth in 1895. His father, Henry Louis Street was managing the Mill End works for his uncle Henry Street at that time. When his uncle died in 1899 he moved with his family to Warwick when he inherited the Skin Works in West Street from his uncle. Henry Louis’s father Thomas Louis Street was managing the West Street works for his brother Henry but upon his son’s inheritance retired and moved to Bournemouth.
Henry Percy Street inherited the West Street works upon the death of his father, Henry Louis in 1904 but the business was from then on managed by his step-mother until he became of age. The business failed in 1931 following the great depression. Henry Percy Street died in 1971