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George Frederick Stout

12 Clarendon Street

History of 12 Clarendon Street

1861:

John Atkins, 48, Tailor, b. Eltham, Kent

Mary Atkins, 49, b. Bury, St Edmunds, Suffolk

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1871:

John Atkins, 58, Tailor, b. Eltham, Kent

Mary Atkins, 58, b.Bury, Suffolk

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1881:

Emily Savill, Widow, 62, Lodging House Keeper, Hasingfield, Cambs

Mary Savill, 19, Plumstead, Kent

Susan Layton, 14, Servant, b. Stratford, London

George Frederick Stout, Lodger, 20, Undergraduate, b. South Shields, Durham

Wikipedia page on George Stout:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Stout

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1884 / 1887:

William Course, tax collector (1884) then Chas A Ellis, salesman (1887)

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1891:

Alfred Ellis, 27, China Dealer’s Assistant, b. Cambridge

Susan Ellis, 23, b. Duxford

Charles A Ellis, 4, b. Cambridge

Florence M Ellis, 2, b. Cambridge

Wiliam A Ellis, 8m, b. Cambridge

Bertha J Gentle, 12, Servant, b. Orwell

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1895:

William Capon, traveller

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1901:

Sarah E Stevenitt, 33, Dressmaker, b. Spalding

Fannie Stevenitt, 30, b. Spalding

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1911:

George Godfrey, 42, Printer Compositer, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Godfrey, 43, b. Cambridge

Arthur Ross, 28, Commercial Clerk (Tailor), b. Dundalk

Annie Kent, 36, Saleswoman Traveller (Cocoa), b. Christchurch, New Zealand

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1913:

E H Rhodes

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