Beckett Street


Beckett Street derives its name from Henry and Mary Beckett, who owned a significant parcel of land that was subdivided into town lots around 1853. The Becketts held ownership of land extending from Royden to Line Street and from West to Second Street. Originally, Beckett Street ran from east to west, stretching from Front Street to West Street, north of Line Street. However, at some point after 1947, all properties between Clinton and Line Streets and South 2nd and South 3rd Streets were acquired and demolished, making way for the construction of an industrial building on the site. Presently, Beckett Street only extends from South 3rd Street to West Street.


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