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12 Hale (Queen) Street

History of 12 Hale Street

1911: Queen Street

William Randall, 51, bar iron warehouseman ironmonger, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 52, b Harlton

Alfred, 23, college silver cleaner, b Cambridge

George, 18, coal porter, b Cambridge

Edwin, 14, University Union Society page boy, b Cambridge

Robert, 11, b Cambridge

John, 61, iron foundry labourer, b Cambridge


1913: Hale Street

William Seymour Randall, whitesmith

Jack Randall, smith



Alfred Edwin Randall: [Listed as Alfred Edward on SDGW] Private 5021, 1st/4th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. Killed in action 31 December 1916.


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