A selection of Liverpool history questions submitted to the Liverpool History Society.
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Eberle Street was named after the Town`s cook in the 18th C. Mr. Eberle owned two hotels in Dale Street and was responsible for undertaking civic catering at the Town Hall situated only 100 yards down Dale Street, towards the river Mersey. Cook Street off Castle Street was were the Town`s kitchen was situated.Rob AinsworthWebmaster/Programme SecretaryLiverpool History Societyhttp://www.liverpoolhistorysociety.org.uk/
On Eberle St is a remnant of WW2, painted on the wall is a sign "EMERGENCY EXIT from air raid shelter"
I have an old oil painting signed "Nellie Eberle."Is there a family connection with the Eberle Street in Liverpool.Any suggestions would be appreciated.DSWwilson@aol.com