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Clarrie Butterworth ran the Dick Street Furniture Market which, among its business, carried out house clearances. One such transaction occurred in May 1964 when Martha Longhurst died and her daughter, Lily Haddon sold the contents of 7 Mawdsley Street to Clarrie who unfortunately had to send her workman to carry out the task on the day of Martha's funeral. However, the funeral tea had been arranged by Ena Sharples to take place in her Vestry and no one else, aside from neighbour Len Fairclough, was any the wiser to the fact that the deceased's belongings were being carted away on the same day.

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