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102 Chesterton Road

History of 102 Chesterton Road


Edward Gillam Bell, 38, seed merchant, b Chesterton

Norah Emily, 30, b Cherry Hinton

John Gillam, 6, b Chesterton

Flora Gillam, 2, b Chesterton

Margaret  Louisa, sister, 41, b Cambridge

Amelia Johnson, 25, servant, b Cambridge

Mable Sheldrick, 19, servant, b Swaffham Prior

In 1901 Edward Gillam Bell was living in Church Street, Chesterton

In 1940 Edward died. His address was 9 Clarkson Road and his effects were valued at £37,630.


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