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28 Ferry Path, Chesterton

History of 28 Ferry Path


Built by Edward Searle, Lambeth boat builder, in 1844. Searle also built a yard from Ferry Path up river to adjoin Logan’s yard.


Edward Papworth, b 1885, lodging house keeper

Rosaline, b 1895

Beryl R, ,b 1923, seeking work

Lilian A, b 1913, shorthand typist

Frederick Turner, b 1906, photographer and photographic dealer and chemist’s assistant

Walter F Street, b 1886m bank clerk

Constance N Green, b 1901, medical dispenser secretary

Leslie Larwood, b 1905, bank clerk

Effie Carmichael, b 1912, teacher domestic science


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