Ida Barlow Dec 60 - Sep 61
Kenneth Barlow Dec 60 - Aug 62, March 71 - April 72
David Barlow Dec 60 - July 61
Nancy Leathers June 61 - Sept 61
Betty Lawson June 67 - July 67
Clifford Lawson June 67 - July 67
Ronnie Lawson June 67 - July 67
Dickie Fleming June 68 - June 70
Audrey Fleming June 68 - Dec 69, Jan 70 - June 70
Ray Langton July 69 - Aug 69, Nov 69 - June 70
Emily Nugent Dec 69 - Jan 70
Peter Barlow March 71 - May 71
Susan Barlow March 71 - May 71
Ernie Bishop April 72 - Jan 78
Emily Bishop April 72 -
Sheila Crossley Sept 74
Vernon Foyle Nov 74 - Dec 74
Lucy Foyle Nov 74 - Dec 74
Dierdre Langton Feb 79 - Sept 80
Tracy Langton Feb 79 - Sept 80
April1980: Emily and Deirdre set up the 'Coronation Street Secretarial Bureau', working out of Emily's living room.
Arnold Swain Sept 80 - Dec 80
November 1983: Curly Watts persuades Emily to let him lodge with her.
Kevin Webster Jan 84 - May 85
Percy Sugden May 88 - October 1997
July 2000: Two young theives break into No3 and steal some ornaments and jewelery which has great sentimental value. Emily is very upset, has an alarm fitted and Spider moves back in for a few nights. At the end of the month Norris Cole finds himself homeless - to his total disgust, Monica gives birth on Norris' bed at Vera Duckwirth's B&B; Rita Sullivan offers a strictly short-term sofa, and so Emily takes in a lodger again...
November 2001: Spider returns from touring round the world and approaches his auntie for a loan to set up a juice bar in London. She doesn't have enough savings, but sells No3 on a capital release scheme on the advice of financial advisor Richard Hillman. Norris Cole is worried about this and finds out that the company who bought No3 is owned by Richard Hillman - not illegal, but certainly sharp practice. However, Emily seems satisfied and loans Spider £15,000. After Richard dies, in 2003, Gail has the deed returned to Emily.
2006: After a burgalry, Rita and Norris trade abodes for a short time.