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Illustration by Charles Edmund Brock

66 Abbey Road, (3) Barrie Villas

History of 66 Abbey Road

1881 3 Barrie Villas

Edmund Brock, 50, printers reader, b Shepreth

Mary Anne L, 55, b London

Alice Emma, 23, b London

Charles Edmund, 21, artist painting, b Holloway

Richard Henry, 19, pupil teacher in art school, b Colney Hatch

Thomas Alfred, 18, student mathematics, b Cambridge

Henry Matthew, 15, stationers assistant, b Cambridge

Katharine Alison, 14, b Cambridge

Bertha Matilda, 11,  b Cambridge

For more about the Brock family go to:

By 1894 the Brock family had moved to 14 Brunswick Walk.


Herbert George Morris, journalist

1962 vacant

Abbey Road April 1969 (north) n.66 on left (MoC 50/69)



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