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Eden Terrace, Eden Street

History of Eden Terrace


James Pryor, 40, coachman

Esther, 30

James, 3,

Harriett, 1,

William, 2 months

Family tradition is that James was a coachman on the London to King’s Lynn route. The coming of the railway put and end to this employment and by 1851 he is running a fishmongery in Petty Cury.


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