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9, 10, 11 Botolph Lane

10 – 11 Botolph Lane

History of 10 - 11 Botolph Lane

1911:

Herbert Nichole, 41, taxi cab driver, b Cambridge

Louisa Kate Nichole, 55, b Cambridge

Louis Thornber, 16, taxi clerk, b Norfolk

Louis Thornber M.M: Private 20406, 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 1 October 1918. His next of kin was his sister Mrs Leland of 72 Searle Street.

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1913:

(10) Mrs Moore

(11) vacant

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1962:

(10-11) A Startup, hairdresser

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