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The num­ber of births on the street since 1961. The first was Paul Cheveski, grand­son of Elsie Tan­ner.


The num­ber of wed­dings in to­tal; two a year.


The num­ber of days the short­est mar­riage – be­tween Mike Bald­win and Jackie In­gram – lasted, in 1991.


Cou­ples who have mar­ried each other twice: Ken and Deirdre Bar­low, Kevin and Sally Webster, Brian and Gail Tilsey, Jim and Liz McDonald, and Steve and Karen McDonald.


The num­ber of episodes that passed be­fore the first death – May Hard­man who lived at num­ber 13. There have since been 164 more, in­clud­ing death by elec­tro­cu­tion from a hairdryer (Va­lerie Bar­low, 1971) and freez­ing to death in a su­per­mar­ket freezer (shop su­per­vi­sor Anne Malone, 1998).

4 to 1

How many times deaths out­num­ber births on the Street: 173 to 43.

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