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12 Green Street

History of 12 Green Street

1851:

William Armstrong, 39, bookbinder

1861:

William Armstrong, 50, bookbinder, b Chesterton

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1970:

Leonard Whitehead, hairdresser [Kelly’s is no.11]

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1981:

Derek Gibbons ran an antiquarian bookshop. He told Sara Payne (23.4.1981 CWN) that when drains in green Street had flooded not many years before, a quantity of bear fur was found to be responsible. See The Volunteer, Green Street.

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