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5 Arthur Street

History of 5 Arthur Street

1911:

John Webster, 68, general labourer worker, b Swavesey

Mary Susannah, 62, b Dry Drayton

Gertrude, 29, milliner, b Cambridge

Jack Roland, 18, laboratory assistant, b Chesterton

Eleanor Maude Mowlam, visitor, 33, houseworker, b Cambridge

In 1901 the Webster family were at 46 Montague Road

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1913:

Arthur Hancock, grocer’s porter

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