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93 Hurst Park Avenue

History of 93 Hurst Park Avene

A website devoted to the history of the Hurst Park Estate can he found here:


William E Greener, b 1898, masseuse (army officers emergency reserve commandant)

Edna M, b 1901


Mary E Royce, b 1873


Mrs E M Greener


Mrs E M Greener

In 2022 PP wrote:

I did know Edna Greener widow of William who was living at 93 when I was a child. For while Edna’s mother, Mary Ellen Royce, also lived there until she came to live with my guardian and myself in Green Park. There was also a daughter called Josephine Greener. In the 1960s I remember that Edna Greener had the occasional lodger and in fact I cam across your website whilst looking for one named Jenny who lived there around 1963 – 64.


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