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72 – 104 Stanley Road

History of 72 - 104 Stanley Road


84. Alfred Berry, 35, cowman on farm, b Cambridge

86. Walter James Chappell, 39, town postman, b Fowlmere

88. George Pevley, 29, cement labourer, b Shepreth

90. Arthur West Smith, 32, town postman, b Suffolk

92. –

94. H Taverner, 41, gas works labourer, b Cambridge

96. George Patman, 56, labourer, b Great Eversden

98. Arthur Corby, 34, taxidermist & spirit specimen mounter, b Yorks

[Arthur was married to Edith Anne Oxby. Between 1875 and 1897 they had thirteen children, of whom the third was Ethel.]

100. George Bischam, 44, cement burner, b Cambridge

102. James Wilson, 40, bricklayer’s labourer, b Chesterton


72. Thomas William Furness

74. James Hardingham

76. Frederick Curzon, tailor and robemaker

78. Sidney Odell, labourer

80. Robert Whetstone, van driver

82. Frederick Patman, pipe layer

86. Walter James Chapple, postman

88. Mrs Peverley

90. Frederick Holmes, labourer

92. William Hughes

94. Henry Taverner, labourer

96. George Patman, labourer

98. Arthur Corby, museum assistant

100. William Jolley, labourer

102. Joseph Wilkin

104. Arthur Driver, painter



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