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205 Victoria Road, The Blackamoor’s Head

History of 205 Victoria Road

1911:

Arthur Ransom Martin

Annie

Nancie Martin

Arthur Ransom’s parents ran the Plume of Feathers in Park Street

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1913: The Blackamoor’s Head

Arthur R Martin, grocer, tea dealer and newsagent

In 1913 Nancie married Ernest Coe 

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1962:

Blackamoor’s Head

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