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40 – 41 Green Street

History of 40 Green Street

1861

(40)

Charles Bainbridge, 48, lodging house keeper and college servant, b Durham

Charlotte, 49, b Colchester

Charlotte, 23, b Cambridge

Charles, 22, b Cambridge

Rosa, 17, b Cambridge

Richard, 16, b Cambridge

Thomas, 14, b Cambridge

Rebecca, 12, b Cambridge

1901

Gustave David, 41, bookseller, b France French subject

[previously at 57 Eden Street]

Emma, 41, b Warwicks

Ashley, 1, b Wilts

Ethel Udell, 19, servant, b London

In 1911 at 34 Thompson’s Lane

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

1913

(40) William Redley, male nurse

(41) George Cox, athletic outfitter

Aplin & Co, hairdressers and perfumers


1962

(40) R Salisbury Woods, physician & surgeon

(40 & 41) Bodger & Co, hosiers


2018

(40) Oden

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