Terrace of early Victorian houses on the south side of the road only which runs east from the corner of St Hilda's Churchyard and after Queen Street becomes Moor Terrace. Both Victoria Place and Moor Terace suffered badly during the Bombardment of 1914.
No. 7 Victoria Place Hartlepool was the home of Adjutant William Avery who was Commanding Officer of the Salvation Army in Hartlepool. He was one of the first casualties of the Bombardment on the 16th December, 1914 and is buried in North Cemetery. His death was featured on the front page of the Daily Sketch national newspaper published the day after the Bombardment.
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