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133 Fitzroy Street, Frank Suttle circa 1909

28 New Square

History of 28 New Square

1911:

Frank Suttle, 35, master tailor, b Cambridge

Kate, 31,b Cambridge

Winifred, 10,b Cambridge

Leslie, 8,b Cambridge

Florence Pink, 16, servant, b Longstanton

Frank Bliss, visitor, 14, b London

[Frank had two premises in Cambridge, Regent Street and Fitzroy Street.


1939:

Frank Suttle, b 1875, clothing manufacturer

Kate

Leslie Frank, designer cutter buyer

Ruby, b 1905, chalking clothing factory

Stanley Palmer, b 1896, LNER railway clerk

Winifred Palmer, b 1901, ledger clerk to clothing manufacturer

22 – 32 New Square, 1970 (MoC275B/70)

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