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52 & 52a Bridge Street

52 Bridge Street

West of Bridge Street in the Nineteenth Century

1861:

Alfred Barrett, 28, fruiterer, b Cambridge


1881:

Christmas Fulcher, 51, cabinet maker, b Norfolk


1911:

(52)

Ernest Fred Dant, 41, grocer and bee expert, b Cambridge

Florence Louise, 42, b Norfolk

Albert George, 13, b Chesterton

Mabel Edith, 9, b Cambridge

Herbert Oswald, 7, b Cambridge

Doris Louie, 5, b Cambridge

Maud Beatrice Isaac Saw, 16, servant, b Cambs


1913:

(52a) G P Philo, furniture workshops

(52) H Taylor, piano and music warehouse

Robert W Moden

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