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The Waterman, 32 Chesterton Road

32 Chesterton Road, The (Jolly) Waterman

History of 32 Chesterton Road

1878: Julius M Green (Spalding’s)

1881: Julius M Green (Spalding’s)

1913: Arthur Barron

1918:

Eva Elsie Barron died in early November after a very short illness, probably influenza.  She was the daughter in law of A Barron. Her husband Capt B A Barron was reported in the press as being seriously ill.

1933: Reuben Hawkes, beer retailer (Kelly’s)

1962: The Jolly Waterman

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