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101 (221) Newmarket Road

History of 101 Newmarket Road

1901 (221)

William Stevenson, 34, sugar boiler, born Cambridge

Annie, 36, charwoman, born Suffolk

Minnie, 13, born Cambridge

Robert, 11, born Cambridge

Bertie, 9, born Cambridge

William, 7, born Cambridge

Arthur, 3, born Cambridge

In 1911 the Stevenson family were living at 13 Doric Street

1913 (101)

William Bass

101 & 105 Newmarket Road on either side of junction with Walnut Tree Avenue – 1928 (photo J S Moore) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

1962 (95-101)

Marsham Tyre Co


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