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32 - 34 Chesterton Road in 1926.

34 – 36 Chesterton Road

History of 34 - 36 Chesterton Road

1911:

James Mitcham, 64, colonial butcher, b Chatteris

Harriett, 59, b Suffolk

Charles Nicholls, 35, draper, b London

Nora Eleanor, 23, clerk, b London

Enid Lillian Beaumont, granddaughter, 2, b Middlesex

Charles Nicholes, visitor, 65, colonial butcher, b Suffolk

Jessie Jennings, servant, 23, servant, b Stapleford

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1925:

34 – 36 Chesterton Road 1925

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1926:

C N Mitcham, department store

After the opening of the Victoria Bridge in 1890 this became a very busy junction.

For more information about the Mitcham family and the premises they operated see:

http://histonroadcemetery.org/graves/cambridgelives/JamesandHarriettMitcham/

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1962:

(34) E H J Pull

(34 & 36) Mitchams, drapers

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